Enjoy the buds of Spring, the blooms of Summer, the Heathers of Autumn, The snow capped winter at Clone House. Beidh Fáilte romhat go dtí ár dtighse agus is féider leat do ghnó a dhéanamh trí ghaeilge más mian leat. Tar chugainn agus lig do scith.Clone House had been closed to guests since 2007. Aine agus Liam O Lorcain the new proprietors have carried out extensive and meticulous refurbishments and up-grades and improvements continue to be carried out. Aine agus Liam re-opened Clone House to guests again in August 2010. The butterflies flutter and the rabbits come to graze in the undisturbed environment of Clone House, a rambling Georgian farmhouse set in an oasis of peace at the foot of Croghan Mountain.. The House overlooks the patchwork beauty of gorse, woodland and fertile fields, with roadways of embracing trees leading you to the gates. Clone House is a gem hidden in the garden of Ireland. From the elegant and sun filled Georgian reception rooms to the old world cosiness of the parlour which dates from 1670, Clone house is steeped in history, folklore and tales of do and dare associated with Irish history. Your hosts are the O Lorcain family who can trace their origins in the Ancient Book of Munster as being the third clan of Ireland after the family of Brian Boru the first high king of Ireland. Being of such rich Gaeilic origins one can only expect the best of an Irish welcome. Enjoy freshly baked bread for breakfast or homely country house dinners from carefully chosen ingredients. The house keeping is second to none and it is a pleasure to lay your head and immerse yourself in the fresh crisply laundered bedlinen. The informal and relaxed atmosphere of the house and the hosts and its hidden location, can lead you to feel that you are getting further from the madding crowd the longer you stay. Enjoy the pleasure of wandering the by-ways of Wicklow as John M. Synge did and return to Clone House for some homemade apple tart in front of a blazing fire, a simple pleasure, one amongst many simple pleasures to be found at Clone House.
There are four charming guest bedrooms at Clone House, each decorated and furnished in its own unique style, where you can rest and relax with the soothing sounds of the countryside lulling you quietly to sleep and easing you gently awake. Each bedroom is presented with a bowl of fruit, fresh flowers from the garden and spring water. The Glen of Imaal Room is situated in the eighteenth century part of the house and is the biggest bedroom with large bathroom complete with free standing bathtub and separate shower. The room has typical period features and a white marble fireplace. The room is light filled and has beautiful views of the garden and hills. It has a super king size bed and a comfortable seating area. The Vale of Avoca room has a skylight above the bed and a fireplace creating a romantic atmosphere. Snuggle down and enjoy the secrets of the stars. The room has a lovely view of the garden and waterfall. It has cosy sitting area and en-suite shower room. The Glenmalure Room Is situated to the side and rear of the house and has views over the gardens and hills. It has a king size bed, a fireplace and a comfortable seating area, The bathroom is full size with bathtub in the centre of the room and separate shower. The Clara Vale room This room faces the quiet back garden and has a beautiful king size wrought iron bed and a charming fireplace. En-suite with full size bath and integral shower.
Glen of Imaal Room Bathroom Ensuite: € 75.00 pps Low Season, €85.00 pps High Season.
Vale of Avoca Room (En-suite with shower): € 65.00 pps Low Season, € 75.00 pps High Season.
Glenmalure Room, Bathroom Ensuite: € 70.00 pps Low Season, € 80.00 pps High Season.
Clara Vale Room Bathroom Ensuite: € 65.00 pps Low Season, € 75.00 pps High Season.