Waterville House sits on a 50 acre isthmus separating the wild Atlantic from Lough Currane. The Currane River bisects the estate flowing through a 15th century weir and into Butlers Pool, one of Ireland’s most famous salmon fisheries.
“We had the pleasure of staying here on our last evening. This place is perfection. The bed was superb and the shower is large with great water pressure. The views are gorgeous and they have a driving range and chipping green. I highly recommend this location. The ultimate Ireland experience with the feel of awesome history. ”
The Georgian Manor is a 18th century manor house that sits on a narrow isthmus facing the wild Atlantic with beautiful Lough Currane on its eastern perimeter. The Manor was built by the Butler family in 1790 and the estate was called “Waterville”.