Irish Landmark is a non-profit organisation that finds interesting and unusual properties that are in need of conservation, and we give them new life. Since 1992, we've been turning historic buildings into truly special self-catering holiday accommodation. Our properties range from lighthouses and schoolhouses, to castles and gate lodges.
As an educational charity, our primary aim is to conserve and sustain iconic buildings. That's why Irish Landmark properties are living buildings, not museum settings. Irish Landmark always respects the history and architectural integrity of the structures we conserve, but we also ensure they have all the contemporary comforts you want in a holiday home.
JP Sloop exceeded our exceptions. It was absolutely the highlight of our trip to Ireland. We loved the location, the atmosphere, and the accommodations. Although tucked away and secluded, JP Sloop is nearby a lot of smaller towns that give you excellent food and fun things to do during our stay.
A big thank you to Suzan for her warm and friendly welcome, and all the infos she gave us. It was very helpful.and much appreciated. We immedialtely feel 'at home' . The cottage is very cosy, and peaceful,. Not talking about the situation and the view ...woaw .
First time to stay at a period property and Tullymurry exceeded expectations. First impressions were of a clean, well kept property with everything provided and a sense of story (and history) that created a special atmosphere. Our guests loved it and the wellness area provided a relaxation treat that will tempt us back again.
We loved our stay here at the lighthouse from the moment we drove along the road and saw it in the distance to the day of leaving, it is a place that we will always remember. We were lucky enough to have weather of all sorts. At one time it was cold, grey and foggy which made it even more inviting when inside with the fire going and watching the storm from the warmth of the house. Another day it was blue skies and sunshine which gave the place a completely different feel with the sun streaming in and was enjoyable to get outdoors and do the walk around the cliffs and along the foreshore into W...more
A magnificient. Location and we were blessed with the weather. The walks were terrific and our grandson counted the steps at 158 This is not for the fainthearted. The house excellent Overall well done to landmark. This is our third house. We have also been to galley head and Ann's grove both also excellent. Myra from Dublin
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. It is very comfortable and full of character. Being by the river was a bonus and it was lovely seeing it from the rooms and hearing it flowing.
It was spacious, cosy and very warm.
Bushmills is an ideal place to stay and we enjoyed our day trips from Kiln Wing. The location is very central to many of the local attractions and the town itself is lovely. Only wish we could have stayed longer as 2 nights was not really long enough.
Thanks to the ILT for yet another wonderful place to stay in Ireland.
Penny was great! We were delayed in Belfast traffic but she was able to accommodate us! She recommended the bakery for bread Saturday morning and showed us the path to run through the grounds!
The Barbican itself is amazing. Spacious and has everything you'd need!
The village is small but the two local pubs were friendly after a walk on the beach.
Our two days in Helens Tower were really enjoyable. This unique property is cosy and comfortable with great facilities which do not diminish the unique character and ambience of the tower. Two open fires with logs supplied were fantastic even in June. The sitting room in the evening was just beautiful in the lamplight. The bedroom was warm and cosy and the kitchen very well equipped. Walter was an excellent host and full of useful information for us.
We stayed here for 3 nights at the end of May.
It's a lovely house, well kept and spotlessly clean, Thanks to Miriam for the warm welcome.
Two things however I feel need to be added to the lodge, an electric shower/power shower and a freezer, even a small ice box would do.
Other than this however, it's a lovely, comfortable house in a great location.
Thanks again to Miriam and the Irish landmark trust.