Thursday, August 8, 2019

Murray Lodge

built in the 1860s the stone building was once a school house. Owned by three generations of the same family the house has been refurbished but still retains its old world charm.

You can see photos of the inside listed on airbnb.ie 



29 comments:

  1. That looks very pretty for a holiday there!

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  2. I'm thinking those skylights, if that is what they are, are a more recent improvement.

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  3. A grand old building to be sure. Bet it's not a bargain B&B.

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  4. ...looks like a great place to stay.

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  5. They certainly knew how to build to last back then Bill, Murray Lodge is a charming old home ✨

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  6. That is an extraordinary place. I viewed the airbnb photos and each room has its own charm with gorgeous views.

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  7. Hi Bill.

    That's nice living there.
    Beautiful.

    Greetings from Patricia,

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  8. What a beautiful place. I love it.

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  9. Brilliant Craftsmanship - Thanx 4 Sharing

    Cheers

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  10. Hello, it is a beautiful building. I thought it looked more like a church! Wishing you a great day and a happy weekend ahead.

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  11. What a beautiful and relaxing place!

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  12. Beautiful. I'm sure it must be lovely inside as well.

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  13. She’s a beauty. Love the red door.

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  14. Very beautiful, I love it!!!

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  15. I hope and pray that someday the Lord will take me to Ireland. I've always been fascinated by the beauty of your country!

    Stevenson

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    1. I think the lord has little to do with it. Just buy a ticket and go.

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  16. What a beautiful home and garden.

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  17. Just big enough for me and my 10 closest friends! I'll bet the original Murrays would never have imagined Air BnB.

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  18. A lovely place and can only imagine the interior charm.

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  19. Looks lovely inside and out. I like the red door too.

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