The main house was lovingly restored in 2006 and the remainder of the court yard development was completed in March of 2011.

The complex was built in 1834 as the managers residence for the 10,000 acre estate. The main three storey, five bedroom estate house sleeps up to twelve persons with three double bedrooms, two ensuite and two single rooms and separate bathroom, with a large living / dining room with fireplace, separate library bar and well appointed lounge situated on the first floor, the estate house is of ample size to comfortably accommodate a large family group. The natural interior finishes make you feel you are really living in a traditional estate manager’s residence of the nineteen century.

Within the court yard facing the garden and jumping arena, there are two, three bedroom units of approximately 2,500 and 1,900 square feet respectively, with large first floor living/dining areas restored to its original red brick walls and vaulted ceilings. All of the large bedrooms are ensuite and furnished in the style of the period. The three two bed units are unique, one is situated on the first floor which was the south wing of the main house, again this has been restored with its original flag limestone floors, red brick walls and vaulted ceilings. The other two bed units are located in what was the estate coach house and many of the old features have been retained including the beautiful cut stone arched entrances and high ceilings, while the bedrooms have been renovated to the height of comfort.

Last, but not least, there is the single bedroom unit which is quite exceptional as the ceilings in both the living/dining area and bedroom are of vaulted red brick which, being of such unusually intricate work, has baffled the developers as to their original usage dating back some one hundred and seventy years.  Overall, the guest will find the design style is cozy, relaxing with warm tones and restful décor throughout.

The intimate garden is laid out so that you can sip a glass of wine in the surroundings of a courtyard that carries the weight of a turbulent Irish history in every one of its cut limestone blocks, or simply get to know the other guests or just enjoy each others company and listen to the birds singing in the otherwise peaceful countryside.

On a clear day the Church bells in Tulla can be heard and as the local story goes; they were donated by the Moloney Family on the one condition that they could be heard from Kiltanon House. The first set of bells cast in 1870 was not audible from there and had to be replaced with a different set to meet the criteria.

All units are fully equipped and have a wealth of local tourist literature for the guest to browse and knowledgeable staff is on hand to advise on tours, day trips and local sights.

We can arrange coach tours, with pickup from the estate, to various destinations within Co Clare on different days of the week – if the driver in your group wants to take a break.