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This is the picnic area at the rear and a horse will sometimes pay attention to guests dining.
This is the picnic area at the rear and a horse will sometimes pay attention to guests dining.
  • This is the picnic area at the rear and a horse will sometimes pay attention to guests dining.
  • Front of house
  • Fountain in garden with fish and walkway
  • Selection of HD channels available in HD also RTE 1 & 2
  • Tcis connected to internet and you can use Skype, all aps and browse etc. Also included are dvds and DVD player. A Roberts internet radio is also in the room where you can access stations worldwide
  • Soundbar links with TV wirelessly
  • Keyboard to control smart TV
  • View in Bedroom of super king size bed
  • King Size bed with radio, lockers and lights
  • Wardrobe, vanity area and bed
  • Another view of the kitchen with granite top table.
  • New Kitchen, induction hob, microwave and Siemens fan oven. Large fridge/freezer on right.  A Bose soundlink  speaker is situated on top of fridge.
  • Well fitted bathroom with Roca sink, unit, WC and bidet.
  • Chaise longue where you can relax after your shower
  • Power shower with two outlets.
  • Some of my favourite walks when I meet some friends in Mount Juliet
  • Mount Juliet House, this is a a 20 minute walk from apartment
  • The Jerpoint com Studio Apartment
  • Norelands Bridge over the River Nore, about 2 miles away
  • Jerpoint Abbey which can be viewed from the apartment a historic location.
  • Thomastown Catholic Church through the eye of the bridge over river Nore.
  • An old photograph of Jerpoint Abbey
  • Water streams
  • St. Mary's Church, Market Street, Thomastown about one mile from apartment
  • Scarteen Hounds from Tipperary meeting at Mount Juliet
  • Hounds crossing the White Bridge over the River Nore
  • Summit of Mount Leinster 2610 feet with a scattering of snow
  • Sunset on the River Nore in Thomastown.
  • Scarteen Hounds are off on the chase.
  • Ferry crossing from Ballyhack to Passage East
  • Hook Head, oldest lighthouse in these Islands
  • Templer's Church on the Hook Peninsula
  • Mullins Castle Thomastown on River Nore, one mile away
  • Grennan Castle in Thomastown
  • Stream in Inistioge  5 miles away, an enchanting village well worth a visit for a day or more.
  • View of Bridge over the River Nore in Inistioge from Woodstock
  • View of River Nore and Bridge at Inistioge from Stanford
  • The Chruch and village of Inistioge
  • Mont Juliet Clubhouse, this is a view from window of the apartment
  • View in field across the road from the apartment as farmer saves the grain harvest of barley, taken on 20th. Aug. 2014
  • Two stray kittens that we are rearing playing outside
  • The old Convent of Mercy, Thomstown, the nuns have moved on some 20 years ago, it was a nursing home but is now sadly derelict.
  • Church of the Assumption, Thomastown where we all try to connect at times with the Man above. Not always I am afraid succeeding
  • The River Nore as it flows on towards Inistioge through Thomastown.
  • nother view of the River Nore in Thomastown with Carrickmourne in the background where a stunning view can be had of the town.
  • Early morning view of the River Barrow at Graiguenamanagh about 10 miles away over Coppenagh Gap, delightful scenic car trip, return via Inistioge.
  • At the top of Market Street in Thomastown, one can be inspired  as we watch the world pass by.
  • Here is a lady now passed to her reward who ran a hardware shop in Thomastown..Mrs. Ryan now owned by Liam Reddy, my neighbour.
  • Ennisnag Church when the Victorian creeper matures in autumn
  • Stunning stain glass windows in Duiske Abbey, Graiguenamanagh.
  • Another view of Duiske Abbey
  • Scattering of snow at Mount Juliet Clubhouse which can be seen from the apartment, a mile as the crow flies.
  • Dunbrody, now tied up in New Ross as she left Waterford in the Tall Ships. Well worth a visit.
  • Mong Church about four miles outside Thomastown....
  • On the other side we have Chapeel Hill where some views of the Blackstairs, Mount Leinster, Brandon Hill can be seen
  • In Mount Juliet on a lake in the golf course this would be a familiar scene to some golfers during the year.
  • When walking during the summer again this would be a scene many a time as you ramble along in Mount Juliet.
  • Tower on top of Church in Market Street Thomastown
  • The Jerpoint com Studio Apartment
  • Bridge over River Slaney in Wexford town.
  • Curracloe, Co. Wexford, one of the finest strands in the country about 45 miles away but well worth the trip...suggested walk is to Raven Point and return via woodland.
  • This is where I was born, historic Enniscorthy, where the lazy River Slaney flows through
  • New Ross with the River Barrow, this divides Wexford and Kilkenny counties.
  • The Jerpoint com Studio Apartment
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This is the picnic area at the rear and a horse will sometimes pay attention to guests dining.