Mount Wolseley Gem,Tullow, Carlow€1,050 / week

3 Bed To Let

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(Reference number: 97962)

This exclusive apartment is available for stays from 1 night.

Sleeping 5 guests with 3 bedrooms > prices range from: 1 night €150.
2 nights - 7 nights negotiable.

This apartment is furnished and decorated to a very high standard and is situated on the beautiful Mount Wolseley Golf and Hotel Complex in Tullow, Co.Carlow.

Mount Wolseley boasts an 18 hole championship golf course designed by Christy O'Connor Jnr along with a 4 star hotel with spa, leisure centre, gym, conference facilities and catering and hosting to weddings, parties etc.

Tullow is situated a short distance from the borders of the beautiful West Wicklow and North Wexford.

Golf Course

Take a break from the hectic bustle of day to day life and let your senses be soothed by a meandering journey through 18 challenging and beautiful holes of golf at Mount Wolseley Golf Hotel Carlow , a popular choice for golfing in Ireland and Carlow.

From the beginner to the more experienced golfer, this masterful Christy O'Connor Jnr design will remind you of the reason you first swung a golf club. Like a fine wine, this lush championship parkland golf course has matured beautifully with age, with rich surrounds, mature trees and playing surfaces unrivalled for their consistency and quality. Located only one hour from Dublin, Kilkenny, Waterford and Wexford in the Southeast, and with stunning views of the Carlow mountains, this traditional Irish parkland golf course will remind you of the relaxing side of life.

Attractions in the Area

A choice of 5 other golf courses within 15 Km.

Fishing on the rivers Slaney and Barrow.

Treking in the Wicklow and Blackstairs Mountains.

Lots more to do in the area eg historical building, gardens etc.

Mount Wolseley

In 1994 Mount Wolseley was purchased by the Morrissey family and has since been developed into a four star, quality hotel and 18-hole championship golf course with a range of activities on its doorstep offering guests plenty of things to do on their stay. When Sir Clement James Wolseley died without an heir in 1889, the baronetcy first created over 150 years earlier began to move in an ever widening circle of distant cousins. In all five successive holders of the title died without heirs and having been held by family members in various positions in the church, the army and the diplomatic service, the title devolved to its present owner in 1950, Garnet Wolseley, a cobbler from Cheshire, England who is now retired and living in Canada..