Glasha Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast has been named in the ‘Top 100 Places to Stay’ in the 2011 Bridgestone Guide.
Glasha is located in Ballymacarbry tucked away between the Comeragh and Knockmealdown Mountains in what Bridgestone describes as “this most blessed part of the country.”
Glasha is an ideal location for a walking holiday; the Bridgestone reviewers contented themselves with mere strolls but have plans to returns for a much more adventurous stay. They are confident that “what will sustain the pair of them will be two things: the brilliant breakfast they will have enjoyed in Olive’s charming dining room, and the promise of a true farmhouse dinner to restore body and soul when they get back.” Ballymacarbry is just a scenic drive away from Lismore, where the foot sore can enjoy a day of relaxation.
“Olive” is Olive O’Gorman who runs Glasha Farmhouse with her husband, Paddy. Olive and Paddy can be contacted on 052-6136108 or through their website www.glashafarmhouse.com. The Bridgestone 2011 Guide is available now.