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Enjoy luxury self-catering accommodation in beautifully restored 19th century lodge.
Ballyblood situated in Tulla, Co.Clare the town of O'Blood, anciently a family who owned all the district round this place, the family were then called Blood but with no relationship with the English word blood.

Ballyblood is centrally located 3kms from tulla village, 15km from Ennis, 25kms from Limerick, 64kms to Galway and 23kms to Shannon airport.

Ballyblood Lodge is recently renovated to a high standard with modern amenities in beautiful idyllic peaceful surroundings with magnificent views.

It is family friendly, wheelchair accessible, it consists of a kitchen cum dining room, sitting room with solid fuel stove which leads to lounge area upstairs that is ideal for relaxing or for catching up on business while you are away. There are three bedrooms one on the ground floor, this is a double room which is wheelchair accessible next door to this bed room is a shower room which is ideal again for wheelchairs, up stairs there are two bedrooms one is a twin room the other is a double room, there is a bathroom upstairs also with shower. Each bedroom upstairs opens out onto large deck area this is fully equipped with hot tub table chairs parasol and loungers to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of this beautiful space, there are dressing gowns available for guests to use while going from hot tub to house. Deck area is also ideal for barbequing and dining, a gas-fired barbeque is on site.

Ballyblood Lodge is situated on the East Clare Walk Route so ideal for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. There is a selection of bicycles and wellingtons available for guest use also helmets and bike locks etc.
Ballyblood Bog is a working bog and is a ten minute walk form the lodge, enjoy the experience of seeing turf turned and footed and maybe give a helping hand!