Ballilogue - the perfect place for a relaxing retreat
'Think of Ballilogue as a luxury retreat, small enough for a getaway with friends, but big enough for a family reunion, a wedding, a yoga retreat or even a corporate getaway, given that it’s only 90 minutes from Dublin Airport. It’s typically rented out to one group at a time, ensuring privacy'.
Everett Potter, New York Travel Writer for Forbes Magazine
A perfect place in the Irish countryside around ninety minutes from Dublin Airport, Ballilogue hosts exclusive retreats for groups who want to step outside the daily grind and discover what it is to experience tranquility & breathe again.
With dedicated work-out & relaxation spaces, eleven bedrooms on-site and a varied food menu catering for all dietary requirements, Ballilogue becomes more a state of mind than a destination. This, together with bespoke
entertainment makes Ballilogue a real private getaway with the luxury and service of the best boutique hotel.
Ballilogue is also the getaway of choice for many discerning blue-chip companies who
need complete privacy and an environment conducive to creativity, innovation, and inspiration whilst planning strategically for the future.
Exclusive, Tranquil & Private
Irish Handmade Beds & Mattresses
Catering for all dietary needs
100% Egyptian Cotton Bed Linen
Quiet countryside & mature gardens
Organic Irish Seaweed Toiletries
Enquire about a Ballilogue Retreat here....
What companies have said about Ballilogue..
'Everything was well organised and warmly delivered without a hitch'
As a company whose lifeblood is advising leading businesses on their customer and market strategies, we are always on the lookout for special venues to hold strategic planning and innovation events. Nowhere could suit that purpose more than Ballilogue. The place itself is charming – the Irish countryside at its most lush, unspoiled and beautiful – so a breath of fresh air for the body and mind. The houses are stunning – not only amazing examples of Irish vernacular architecture and eclectically and tastefully put together, but wonderfully comfortable – so a treat for the senses. The hospitality and behind-the-scenes attention to detail of the Ballilogue team assures a warm welcome and seamless delivery of an experience that everyone hopes to get but which unfortunately so often disappoints. Our retreat was perfect – from the cozy stoves and delicious food to our Barrow Walk -everything was well organized, and warmly delivered without a hitch.
We’ll be back! - Gary Joyce, Managing Partner, Genesis, Dublin, Ireland, 2017
'Ballilogue, Kilkenny was home to my first yoga retreat in Ireland and I must say that it surpassed my expectations by a long stretch. It was absolutely perfect in every respect. Three elegantly furnished and designed houses, which made it possible for 11 of us to have common space and privacy all at the same time and a fourth building, which was an amazing stone building perfect for our yoga sessions. It cultivated the interior quiet we needed to find.
Mollie Doyle, Yoga Instructor, Martha's Vineyard, USA.
It's difficult to find a place that has the right mix and mood to bring your team together for a retreat but Ballilogue is just such a place. A blend of beautifully designed stone buildings that come together to create a real sense of community with luxurious interiors, the most amazing food and yet it manages to be exquisitely understated and discreet. Spending time cocooned in this magical place was just the lift our team needed.
John Mahony, CEO, Reputation Inc, Dublin, London, Oslo & New York.
'Companies, like ours, need a retreat that has its own unique set of values, integrity, culture and sense of place and Ballilogue, Kilkenny, Ireland is one such place. It is a rare find, run by rare people and deserves only to be shared among true friends. It is also a place where ideas happened, strategies are formed and decisions made. Ballilogue is, in essence, a place of reflection, a place of work, a place for making plans and mapping out future strategies'
Martin Raymond, Strategy Director, The Future Laboratory, London.