Dating back to 1823, Glebe House in Mohill, County Leitrim, was at one time a rectory. The guesthouse set in 50 acres of woods and farmland and has been completely restored by the Maloney Family.
Glebe House in Mohill, County Leitrim, dates back to 1823. This former rectory was completely restored by the Maloney family. The guesthouse is set in 50 acres of woodland and enjoys an ideal location close to Lough Rynn Castle. So it's a perfect base for guests attending weddings at the castle. While here you can enjoy the lovely Lough Rynn Gardens or the Glenview Folk Museum, take a cruise on the Shannon Erne Waterway or sample golf, fishing, horse-riding and pony trekking, all just a short distance away. Or you can take to the country roads by bike or on foot.
All rooms at Glebe House are ensuite and most have views over the surrounding countryside. There is flexible breakfast times at Glebe House with breakfast served until noon.