Hotels in Mallow, County Cork, Republic of Ireland
Springfort Hall Hotel
This exclusive 49 Bedroomed Hotel Conference Centre is tucked away amid tranquil woodlands and landscaped gardens. It evokes memories of a forgotten era of gentility and charm.There are many activities in the area to enjoy while staying with us for instance Golfing Angling Walking Equestrian Cycling Castle visits Heritage Centres Garden Visits Parks Caves and of course total peace and tranquility. We are an ideal touring base for the South and South west of Ireland.Mallow enjoys a gentle decorum that hides a boisterous past. Today the intermittent Mallow races and the Folk festival in July revive the hullabaloo of the olden days. But Springfort Hall has seen it all and retains a dignified distance amidst its landscaped gardens just north of the town. Although the house is Georgian the estate goes back to the Norman invasion of Ireland of 1169 and for centuries remained the property of the landed gentry. This mellow Grade A listed house echoes its noble past in dimension and design. And under its present ownership of the Walsh Family its tradition of refined hospitality continues with a professional touch and the added embellishments of the present day to ensure a luxurious and carefree stay.
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