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Ballinacourty House, Glen of Aherlow 3 months 1 week ago #1149

I don't think you will have any problem getting in or out Liam there were big caravans there when we were there !!!
The lane is a bit narrow when you turn off the road but still I reckon you will be grand.

Enjoy & stay safe

Aaron
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Ballinacourty House, Glen of Aherlow 2 months 3 weeks ago #1159

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I don't think you'll have any problem there - enjoy! 

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Ballinacourty House, Glen of Aherlow 2 months 3 weeks ago #1172

This is my 1st review made whilst still on site. After a very busy day I’m relaxing with a little nip of bushmills and decided to review this lovely site. We arrived the Thursday of the august weekend and are staying until Saturday morning. Cost for 3 adults ( myself, son and his girlfriend, mrs Kelly having to work) was €64 incl EHU and we paid a €20 deposit to reserve a hard standing pitch. No issue with a long unit entering the site. 
 I stayed in Drew’s a few weeks ago and enjoyed the amazing mountain view from there, this view was a little obscured from the Ballinacourty site. However, enter the walled gardens with those mountains as a spectacular backdrop and there’s the WOW factor right there. 

facilities on site were open with the usual restrictions. Showers were free, but only 1 was in use, and required to be reserved at reception based on a 1st come 1st served basis . Time slots were about every 15 mins giving adequate time to shower. Toilet facilities were clean and modern. 

a coffee horse box arrived on site on Friday with excellent coffee and other treats.

plenty of electric points ( it did tend to trip from time to time and the whole site was down the Thursday, due to lightening activity in the area) but was rectified within the hour of the power cut. Water points are also plentiful.
 
there are ample bins and glass recycling on site, but no option to recycle general refuse, with everything going into general waste which was unfortunate. 

There is a play ground on site which got great use. The crazy golf and tennis court area has, in my opinion, seen better days and requires a major upgrade. 
the site really filled on the Friday as expected with a large number of tenters present, and plenty of happy excited children’s about. Dogs also are welcome here. 

there is plenty to do in the area, and this time we travelled 50 mins to the outskirts of Borrisoleigh to horse trek with the wonderful staff at Tipperary Mountain trekking centre, a well worth visit and great value for money. We also travelled the 35 mins to Cashel and after a wander around the famous Rock, we dined like royalty at Mikey Ryan’s bar and restaurant.... 10/10.

all in all a great site and good value for money.... stick it on your list!
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