We have hand selected some of Ireland's most unique houses, to share with your guests. The owners of these unique homes, not only want your guests to share their homes, they also want to share their most exclusive insights with your guests, local stories or war, fun challenges and prosper.
Each home has a distinct story to share and it is indeed the location that gives each home its character.
Find yourself again
Space to breathe again
A hand chosen residence, exclusively yours.
A tailor-made escape, your home for the duration of your stay.
The Gather team create an experience which matches the impeccable service you would expect from the world’s finest hotels.
We add the details that make it memorable.
We have spent many years, creating relationships with private estate owners, Ireland's best local artisan producers, performers, designers and the best characters.
We have travelled throughout the Island, exploring off the track locations, unearthing truly unique elements, which all our customers love.
Experience Ireland not as a tourist but as a local.
Gather with us, take the road less travelled to unique experiences which will connect you with an Ireland we cherish.
If you have the words, there's always a chance that you'll find the way.
A White Glove Service
The gather team offer a discreet, intuative service which is tailormade to each guests needs. We have the expertise, resources, connections and partners which allows us to deliver an outstanding white glove services, which go way beyond the norm.
We partner with the very best, ensuring a high touch point, seamless experience every time.
A curated collection of luxury residences.
From historic castles and manor homes, to pared-back beach houses and country cottages bursting with character in acres of secret gardens. All hand-picked and visited by our team.
The Beach House
The Beach House is a new luxury rental offering some of the most exclusive accommodation in Ireland — a modern, architect-designed home located above Ardmore Bay in the country’s southeast. From every room, you can enjoy views of the rolling Atlantic Ocean.
High-pitched ceilings in the dining room and two living rooms open up through floor-to-ceiling glass to a long stone patio. You feel immersed in the stunning waterside location.
All six ensuite bedrooms have floor-to-ceiling glass windows, which slide open so you can step out from your bedroom to smell, hear and breathe the essence of the Atlantic coastline.
Lismore Castle in Waterford, Ireland, is a one of a kind and a repository of extraordinary history: from walls marked by Cromwellian cannon balls to Cecil Beaton, Lucian Freud, Fred Astaire and JFK, all of whom slept a night or more in this private castle on the banks of the River Blackwater.
The castle dates from 1170, yet there is no shortage of modern luxuries: ensuite bathrooms, a cinema room, wifi throughout the castle. World-class art — contemporary and Old Masters — hangs from walls, Every detail is a masterpiece of good taste, presided over by the Duke of Devonshire’s family.
Private Tasting at Midelton Distillery
Fishing, Horse Riding, Game Shooting,
Golf, Coastal boat tours
Located in a wild and unspoilt valley of extraordinary beauty, the 1000-acre estate is one of Ireland’s hidden treasures. The historic lodge, is surrounded by the tallest mountains in the region, overlooks the lakes and rivers of the local valley. The area surrounding the lodge is famous for salmon and sea-trout fishing.
An idyllic mountain location, whislt under an hour from the brilliant Galway City. Possibly Ireland best city. A gem of culture, arts, food & entertainment.
West Cork House
Originally built in 1771 by Captain George Sandes, West Cork House has had many interesting owners over the years. Each generation has left its signature on the house and gardens, to be enjoyed by guests.
If you mention the house to anyone living in the area and they immediately associate it with Noel Redding, former bass guitarist with the Jimi Hendrix Experience. For more than 30 years Noel lived here, where he entertained music legends throughout the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s.
It's the perfect secluded location, surrounded by laid back beach towns, rolling countryside and a great city close by if you want to feel the buzz.
Lots of beaches
Gougane Barra National Park
Baltimore fishing village
West Cork Food tour
Surfing ,Kayaking, Horseriding
“They lived and laughed
and loved and left.”
The remote lakeside location of the cottage in County Kerry, was once only home to a heard of mountain goats, who used it to shelter from the bleak Irish winters. Hundreds of years on, a local family transformed the abandoned mountainside cottage into a luxury hideaway that couples and families can claim all for themselves. Set between emerald green farmland and cloud-shrouded mountains, beneath its red iron roof.
The cottage was built in the early 1800s and then abandoned in 1960 when Jack 'The Badger' O'Shea moved his family to Killarney. For the next 40 years, it became a winter refuge to a herd of goats (they're still on the mountain!) then in 2003 we started to restore the cottage by first carefully peeling off its rotting roof to create the beautiful cottage.
Paradise found, on a mountain side in Kerry.
Ard Na Sidhe
Ard na Sidhe Country House Hotel is a stunning country manor house on the shores of Caragh Lake, first built in 1913 and now restored to its original glory. Just outside Killorglin, Ard na Sidhe country house, with magnificent views over Caragh Lake has 18 ensuite bedrooms.
The 10 main House Bedrooms are the perfect place to relax with four poster beds and antique furnishings, polished hardwood floors and Edwardian style bathrooms. The 8 Garden House bedrooms in the courtyard are very well appointed rooms each with a charming view of the gardens. They are furnished in casual elegance with crisp Irish linens and deep mattresses ensure a restful nights sleep
Atlantic Edge Lighthouse stands guard at the entrance to Clew Bay, on a small island off Ireland’s western Atlantic coast. For almost 2000 years, the lighthouse has been a nautical landmark perched high on the craggy cliffs, watching over the ocean below. Once a safe haven for sailors, this heritage property now offers a sanctuary of a different kind. This architecturally majestic, listed building has been lovingly transformed.
Atlantic Edge Lighthouse is a ‘great escape’ - a restorative haven, where even the busiest mind is soon stilled by the unhurried island pace. The is home to only 150 residents,1 pub, and 1 shop . A 20 minute ferry ride from the mainland will take you ashore. The interiors, in keeping with the ethos of the lighthouse and its location, are uncluttered & sleek but exceedingly comfortable. There are no TV's, but Wi-Fi is available so guests can use their own portable devices.
These residences make ideal locations to host private gatherings
Glin Castle, home for 800 years of the FitzGerald family, hereditary Knights of Glin, stands proudly in the middle of its 400 acre wooded demesne on the banks of the Shannon. The toy-fortress like quality is echoed by three sets of battlemented Gothic folly lodges.
The present Glin Castle which succeeds the medieval ruin in the village of Glin was built in the late 18th century with entertaining in mind. The entrance hall with a screen of Corinthian pillars has a superb Neo-classical plaster ceiling and the enfilade of reception rooms are filled with a unique collection of Irish 18th century mahogany furniture.
A palatial property, Kildrare House takes its design influence from the original period house on the estate.
Located in a gated community on the grounds of a luxury hotel, the residence was based on a magnificent château at Louveciennes not far from Versailles.
Distinctly French in style, it bears all the hallmarks of a magnificent and elegant country retreat.
It combines the architecture of a bygone era with all of the comforts and convenience of elegant, contemporary living.
The privacy of the residence is complimented by the array of activities available both on site and in the wider region.
Situated just 30 minutes from Dublin city it is the perfect location to explore the city and experience some of Ireland's famed attractions.
Castleknock Castle was built in the 15th century. Formally under the ownership of a member of the Guinness family, the castle is the prefect private base in the Dublin area.
Close to the castle is the formal walled garden with its special rose display, an apple orchard and a delightful arboretum with over 300 types of exotic trees and plants. Set in extensive parkland and woodland. Over the years many famous people have passed through doors, including the Queen Victoria, Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco, Fred Astaire, and Victoria and David Beckham.
The architecture of the castle is complex and represents a progression from medieval stronghold to comfortable dwelling. Gothic Revival features dominate.
Killarney Manor and Estate are located on the outskirts of Killarney town.
Built in 1742 it is surrounded by 68 acres Parkland and gardens in a walled private estate. It's a haven of peace and tranquility on the edge of one of the most scenic locations in Ireland - the Ring of Kerry. Nestling in the beautiful surrounds of stunning lakes and the mountains, it is within walking distance of Ross Castle and the 22,000 acre Killarney National Park – what better way to enjoy a vacation in Ireland.
Killarney Manor also provides guests with a perfect base, from which to take day trips on the Ring of Kerry touring route including a visit to Dingle, Kenmare, The Blarney Castle/Stone, Glengarriff, and the Bera pensinsula.
Blackwater Manor is a beautiful Georgian mansion built in the 18th century.
The mansion is set in 850 acres of lush Irish countryside, overlooking the Blackwater River, on Ireland's southern coast.
Blackwater Manor sits on the north bank of the river beneath a natural amphitheatre. To the west of the mansion is a deer park which is home to native Irish deer. To the east, the beautiful walled garden sits peacefully, awaiting visitors.
Blackwater Mansion has 9 Bedrooms each uniquely furnished and full of character. There are also 8 cottages on the estate, all wonderfully appointed, within walking distance of the house and all with wonderful views.
Spanish Point House
This charming, beach front property is located in County Clare, on the west coast of Ireland.
Spanish Point House was built in 1830 and over the years has had many guises before becoming a luxury property in 2018.
For all of its sophistication and grace, the property's real appeal lies in its cosiness. Interiors are decadent but designed for comfort – in the evenings, you can curl up under a blanket in the intimate snug, with its plush upholstery and roaring log fire
The location is iconic, the name of the town of Spanish Point comes from the ships from the Spanish Armada which ran aground there in 1588.