Our unique Lawcus Farm Guesthouse on the Kings River within walking distance of The 7 Castles (Kells Priory) A massive 1000 year old quiet intact stone structure, free to visit 24/7, A Medieval City & Castle all while you enjoy your stay with us.
Welcome to Lawcus Farm Guesthouse
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK YOUR SECRET ESCAPE SET IN THE VALLEY OF THE KINGS RIVER
Since 2003 Lawcus Farm Guesthouse has been welcoming guests from all over the world.
Lawcus Farm Guesthouse is named after the
townland Lawcus. We are situated less then 15 minutes drive
from Kilkenny City between the medieval village of Kells
and the Village of Stoneyford on the outskirts of Kilkenny
Lawcus Farm is a tastefully renovated stone farm house on 20 acres. Near enough to the pace of everyday life , yet far enough away to escape the fast lane.The property over the past 22 years has been slowly restored with some new additions inspired by nature , designed & built by Mark & a helping hand along the way using materials from the past & present which offers its guests comfort and tranquility hidden in a small vale on an ancient site on the Kings River.
Less than a stones throw away meandering cut grass paths bring you down to the
Kings River where you may encounter some of her myriad of
wildlife , wild flowers & water life.
Mark is a volunteer with the wildlife authorities , you never know what wildlife awaits you here. We love our animals & wildlife , it's very rewarding when an animals makes a full recovery & is re-released back into the wild.
The village pubs are friendly offering traditional music or a
barbecue in a cosy atmosphere. A working water mill where you can dine in the award winning Kings Mill Restaurant, a pint in The Motte
and Bailey and a stroll around the famous Kells Priory, an Augustinian historical landmark one of Europe's finest & oldest , also Kilree Tower & High Cross all in the medieval village of Kells & in the opposite direction award wining Malzards Pub for the hurling experience & craic & Ceol , earthy Knockdrinna cafe, A salubrious Guinness & a history lesson from Donny in oldy world Ennisnag lounge, free experience at Jerpoint Glass blowing studio & Mt. Juliet for a game of golf in or near Stoneyford are all within walking distance for you to explore free of charge open 24 hours.
It would give us great pleasure to share this wonderful part
of Ireland with you and make it one to remember.
WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND A MINIMUM STAY TWO NIGHTS as there is so much to see and do to appreciate all that is on offer in our beautiful location .
Mark & Ann-Marie
For nature lovers
Our treehouse is suitable for double occupancy & a minimum stay of 2 nights.
Built from architectural salvage & new materials sits on an outcrop of rock caused by a glacier erosion & over the millennia has developed into a natural wooded area on the boundary of the Kings River .
It has all the comforts but no TV .
Wifi intermittent but can be got in the main guesthouse.
Small kitchenette with fridge/sink/microwave. Hot running water/private electric shower/washbasin /toilet.
Kingsize bed with clear sliding door onto veranda with table and chairs that over looks an area of conservation & Kings River.
The entrance follows a path a long side a ridge of copse 100 metres from main guesthouse , then down a wooden bridged gangway to front door & is completely hidden from view from B&B.
Probably wise to travel light because of distance from car park.
Treehouse 2 night minimum stay rate €260. A €110 per night for every other night after , eg. 3 nights €370 & so on.
Rate includes full breakfasts eaten in Guesthouse & VAT @ 9%.