Ballilogue is a series of lovingly restored stone buildings dating back to 1700 which have been stylishly refurbished into the ideal exclusive vacation rental, private retreat and bespoke wedding venue, close to the pretty village of Inistioge. Located in beautiful south Kilkenny and part of the undiscovered Ireland's ancient east, Ballilogue is a series of beautiful architecturally restored stone houses framed around a central courtyard with contemporary modernist light-filled interiors, planted walled gardens and the glass atrium overlooking the Kilkenny countryside.
Ballilogue is a series of lovingly restored stone buildings dating back to 1700 which have been stylishly refurbished into the ideal exclusive vacation rental, retreat and wedding venue in the Irish countryside. Located in a rural setting outside Inistioge and formerly run as an award winning luxury B&B, The Ballilogue Stone Hamlet features beautiful houses for luxurious private rental accommodation as well as a former dairy building which is a perfect location for a friends & family gathering, corporate away day, yoga & spiritual retreat or an intimate wedding day.
The tranquil setting and the top quality architecture and interior design at Ballilogue combine to make it a unique, private getaway for groups and a perfect place to relax, unwind and reflect. The peaceful environment and stylish setting is conducive to creativity, innovation and inspirational thinking as well as a perfect family and friends getaway rental in the south Kilkenny countryside.The three houses – the Farmhouse, Lodge and Barn – accommodate a group of 22 and there are a dedicated workout and relaxation areas on site. The dairy building provides an ideal setting for group retreat activities such as yoga workshops and off site company meetings. It also works perfectly for group dining where it can accommodate 30 for dinner so it is ideal for extended family and friend getaways or intimate weddings.Interiors Attention to detail and contemporary design are continued throughout the interiors which combine old and new pieces. Artwork from Patrick Scott, Patrick Hall, Aiden Bradley, Ross Stewart and others adorn the walls. Soft furnishings and ceramics are from the artisan design Celtic project Celtsius (www.celtsius.com) and bedrooms feature 100% Egyptian cotton linen and organic toiletries from Irish company Voya. All of the houses have cosy wood burning stoves, private gardens and deck areas for outdoor dining. Visitors can relax with books on art, architecture, design and gardening as well as games, DVDs and CDs.
Dining Each house has a fully equipped kitchen and private dining is available for small groups or larger parties of up to 30 people. A grocery shopping service is also available along with a concierge service for organising booking of local restaurants, amenities and events. A tranquil, rural retreat in luxurious, stylish surroundings. Ballilogue is the perfect place to get away from it all and enjoy the best of Irish food, design and countryside. There is a minimum stay of two nights at Ballilogue
Ballilogue is an award winning private Irish vacation rental accommodating groups of family or friends sharing across three houses in the Kilkenny countryside. It’s the perfect luxury vacation rental and weekend getaway for a wedding, family get together or friends getaway. The houses at Ballilogue can be rental separately or together providing contemporary light filled spaces and mature gardens as well as a Cottage Museum and event space and meetings area. Explore Ireland’s Ancient East with Ballilogue as your private base. It’s where to stay in Ireland for your holiday in Ireland. Escape to the country and see Kilkenny castle, Jerpoint Abbey, Waterford Crystal, Dunbrody Famine Ship and JFK homestead. The pretty village of Inistioge is close by as is Woodstock gardns. Check out Four Days in Ireland and guest reviews on the Ballilogue site at www.ballilogue.com
'I’ve stayed in castles, country homes and luxury lodges all over Ireland, but I’ve never encountered a place quite like Ballilogue'
Everett Potter, New York Travel Writer for Forbes Magazine