Longueville House Hotel
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Ballyclough, Mallow, Cork,
Ms Aisling O Callaghan
Longueville House,set on a magnificent 500 acre estate in Mallow, Cork, the crossroads of Munster. We offer a haven of tranquillity, unique Country House accommodation, the best of home-grown contemporary food, guided tours and impeccable hospitality
At the crossroads of Munster in the heart of North County Cork, just 6km from Mallow lies Longueville House. On the banks of the river Blackwater, Longueville House is a listed country house steeped in historyand character and owned and run by William & Aisling O’Callaghan.
Guests may design a custom itinerary of activities and facilities in the hotel and around the sweeping 500 acre estate of gardens, peaceful forests and rolling parklands. Falconry, salmon & trout fishing, walled garden, orchard, cider mill and distillery tours and more are all conducted on site, with further adventures such as walking, hiking, biking, golf, horseback riding, Ballyhass lakes and shooting available within a short drive of the Manor House. On site relax and enjoy treatments such as holistic massage, reflexology, Hopiear candling and reiki. Longueville House's unique location also serves as a magnificent base for exploring highlights of the Munster region, including Cork City, Blarney, Killarney, Dingle Peninsula, Limerick, Cashel and Ring of Kerry.
The hotel, which has won a host of awards over the years, offers guests the warmest of welcomes and atrue home from home atmosphere.Beautifully maintained over many years and generously proportioned, Longueville is sumptuous, inviting and lived in. With superbly appointed guestrooms, each one imbued with its own distinctive charm, style and comfort. When guests arrive, they will find open log fires and rooms adorned with family antique collections and be welcomed by the professional staff.
At the heart of Longueville is The Presidents’ Restaurant, with a menu offering the freshest produce and imaginative dishes from the gardens & farm, and the kitchen is supervised by internationally commended chef/patron William O’Callaghan. Almost all of the food is sourced within Longueville, prepared from scratch and cooked to order, our field to fork policy thus guaranteeing our guests with a unique and memorable dining experience. Our Sunday lunch in particular enjoys a loyal following. With guests coming from far and wide to be welcomed by the succulent aromas and enchanting atmosphere of our lamb, pork or venison slow roasting over an open oak log fire in our drawing room.
In addition we have a 25 acre cider apple orchard from which we craft Longueville House Cider, an all-natural really refreshing and delicious 100% cider, fantastic on its own or enjoyed as part of a meal. We double distil a portion of our cider in order of to create our Longueville House and Ireland’s only Apple Brandy, aged in French Oak Red Wine Casks and best enjoyed after a good meal. Tours of the walled garden, orchards cider mill and distillery can be arranged.