Bookings are fully refundable if cancelled up to 5 days before stay!
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS...
Lissanisky House bed and breakfast has everything you need for a relaxing break. Our spacious and sumptuous rooms will envelope you with comfort as you gaze out of the large windows onto the glorious Tipperary landscape.
Enjoy a Nespresso or tea in your room; soak in one of our cast iron roll top baths in the O'Meara or Fortescue rooms; devour a delicious cooked breakfast or relax with a bottle of wine or prosecco from our honesty bar. Lounge by the fire in the drawing room as you enjoy your complimentary wine and shortcake. When you’re finished all that, drive the short distance to Nenagh and Lough Derg where a range of activities will ensure you are always entertained!
Relax, sleep, enjoy
THE O’MEARA ROOM
Named after Dr Barry O’Meara, a former owner of Lissanisky House and Napoleon’s doctor in St Helena, The O’Meara room is just the place for a fantastic stay with us.
Featuring a gorgeous four-poster mahogany super king bed, Egyptian cotton bed linen and towels, goose feather and down duvets and pillows, a Nespresso machine and kettle with a selection of coffee capsules and teas, antique furnishings, french chandeliers and stunning views - what more could you ask for!
Oh, did we mention the spacious en suite with walk-in rainfall shower and cast iron roll top bath? Go on, spoil yourself!
*Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, bath bombs, hand sanitiser and antibacterial surface wipes.
THE SHEAHAN ROOM
A truly spacious bedroom, The Sheahan Room relaxes you as soon as you walk through the door. Its wonderful mahogany super king sleigh bed with ultra comfortable King Koil mattress may just make you relax too much! Then there are the Egyptian cotton bed linens and towels and goose feather and down duvets pillows to further luxuriate in before you make a Nespresso or herbal tea with your own in-room beverage facilities. The room also features antique furniture as well as a walk-in rainfall shower in the ensuite. And, the views - simply breathtaking.
*Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, hand sanitiser and antibacterial surface wipes.
THE PEPPER ROOM
The cosiest room in Lissansky House, this double room offers the same amenities as our other rooms in a smaller package! Although a solo traveller would appreciate the size, it is also bookable for a couple if so desired. The antique Victorian hand-carved bed with its feather and down duvet and pillows, and Egyptian cotton bed linen on a King Koil mattress, will guarantee the most wonderful sleep. Awaken to a freshly brewed Nespresso or Pukka English Breakfast Tea with fresh milk, and admire the exceptional views across the green fields to the Silvermines Mountains.
*Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap and antibacterial wipes.
THE FORTESCUE ROOM
The latest addition to Lissansky House's guest rooms, this super king room showcases its medieval-style fireplace (hidden behind a wall for many years) along with its huge sun-capturing window! It's a spacious room with a sweet view onto the Georgian courtyard at the back of the house. The magnificent hand-carved rattan bed has the same standard of bedding as our other bedrooms, with its feather and down duvet and pillows, and Egyptian cotton bed linen on a super comfy King Koil mattress. Soak in the cast iron roll top bath or enjoy an invigorating rainfall shower in the large en-suite. And then enjoy a freshly brewed Nespresso, Pukka English Breakfast Tea, Earl Grey or Peppermint tea before your hearty breakfast in the dining room.
*Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, bath bombs and antibacterial wipes.
THE LITTLE EXTRAS
We want your stay with us to be as special and easy as possible. Lissanisky House has carefully crafted a list of services and amenities with just that in mind. Take a look at what we have to offer below.
NESPRESSO MACHINES IN EVERY ROOM
What Sets Us Apart
Enjoy a fresh cup of tea or coffee whenever you want, with fresh milk always provided too.
HONESTY WINE BAR
An Optional Treat
We’re happy to provide our guests with the option to purchase high quality wines from our honesty bar.
For Our Busy Guests
With our Free Wi-Fi you can enjoy reconnecting whenever you need to.
Stay In Your Pyjamas
Wake up and enjoy breakfast delivered to your door in the morning.
ABOUT LISSANISKY HOUSE
A house that captures the imagination...
Lissanisky House is a listed Irish Georgian country house just outside Nenagh in Tipperary, Ireland. Built in approx. 1770 on the site of the 12th century O’Meara castle, it boasts a pedimented breakfront, five bays and three storeys over the basement. It is also renowned for its glorious cobweb fanlight above the front door. It was once a huge estate, but this was carved up by the land commission and now retains 10 acres of the original grounds, including the Victorian walled garden. The trees planted in the walled garden are still producing the tastiest apples, pears, quinces, plums and hazelnuts. If you’re around at the right time, you’ll get to enjoy one of our scrumptious homemade apple and toffee puddings with fresh cream. Delicious!
The house itself is full of history, with some interesting previous owners, like Dr Barry O’Meara, Napoleon’s doctor in St Helena and author of the definitive book on Napoleon, ‘Napoleon in Exile’; The Hon Otway Fortescue Graham-Toler, son of the second Earl of Norbury and relation of John Toler, the infamous ‘hanging judge’ and R Smithwick who is believed to be of the Kilkenny brewing family. We also recently discovered that former owners, the Cleeve family, were related to a member of the Guinness brewing family via the matriarch Heath Otway Waller of Priory Park.
We fell in love with Lissanisky House and made it our joint life goal to ensure that it would be restored to its full potential and secure it for future generations. By staying with us in our bed and breakfast or celebrating your wedding here, you are helping to fund all future restoration work to the house and outbuildings, making a huge contribution to the preservation of such an important building.