Inch House Ireland
17'th Century Country House far from the madding crowds
Inch House Ireland
We strive to create an atmosphere full of luxury and joy
Inch House Ireland
Come stay at your home away from home
Inch House Ireland
Escape the madding crowds and take a chill break away
Inch House Ireland
You’re welcome to explore Ireland from Ireland’s Hidden Gem

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Welcome to Inch House

Inch House Ireland in Co. Laois is one of Ireland’s top destinations for Irish travel. Our luxury property in Laois is located only 45 minutes from Dublin in the beautiful Laois countryside where the River Stradbally meanders through the soft green idyllic surroundings.
The luxury Inch House Ireland in Laois is a high-standing member or Ireland’s tourism board Fáilte Ireland who recommend the best guest houses in Ireland to domestic travellers and international alike.

Inch House Ireland has pioneered 5 star service in Ireland from the very moment we opened our doors in 2016.

Steeped in history, Inch House Ireland in Laois combines old world elegance with indulgent luxury so our guests are treated to luxurious guests rooms and incredibly memorable activities. Guests can also opt to unwind in our oasis of calm spa treatment rooms or experience kayaking along the canal, horse riding and many more exciting activities.

Over the past years, we’ve firmly established our 5-star experience Property as the ultimate country escape for discerning guests and their families.

Inch House History

Welcome to Inch House Ireland, we are blissfully located in the secluded valley of Stradbally, overlooking the Stradbally River banks. The Originally house was a cosy thatched house dating back to the early 17th century.

Most of our six guest bedrooms are etched in as part of the original house and you as our guest get to feel like a part of our ever-growing history.

Inch House Ireland was formerly a branch off the Ballykilcavan Estate dating back to penal times under the ownership of Sir Hunt Walsh.

When the house was extended for the third time in 1978, the oldest part of the house still stands in all its entirety, when the second part of the house was extended in 1820 a beautiful and delicate conservatory was added, which is now an integral space for all our guests to enjoy.

The conservatory had many purposes such as a cinema room, afternoon tea rooms, lounge, and a dining room.

We love talking about the history of our home and even more so we are thrilled to be making history!

We are awaiting your arrival soon with a warm, wholesome, and hearty welcome.