- The rate is from €230 (euro) per night.
- The minimum stay is 3 nights. We offer a 20% discount for a stay of 7 nights or more.
- Meals are not included.
- The maximum occupancy is 7 guests. Children using a baby cot are not included in this number. A baby cot can be provided and there is no extra charge.
Terms & ConditionsDeposit, payment and cancellation:
A deposit of €200 (euro) is required at time of booking to confirm the reservation and there is free cancellation up to 14 days prior to arrival. The deposit is non-refundable thereafter.Payment
The balance is due 14 days prior to arrival and is non-refundable thereafter.
If the reservation is cancelled within 14 days of the guests’ arrival date due to Covid-19 restrictions, a full refund will be made depending on the method of payment.
*A full refund will be made if payment is by EFT
** A full refund will be made if payment is by credit card, less credit card charges.
Methods of payment
- Deposit payment of €200 (euro) via Stripe where we will provide a secure payment link.
- Deposit and balance by Visa or Mastercard and related cards or payment. A secure link will be provided.
- Deposit or balance by Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT).
If there are any queries, please contact Mary at email@example.com or 00 353 64 6637500 (US and Canada 011 353 64 6637500) or +353 86 3827735 mobile or Whatsapp
An additional charge will be made in the event of damage and will be charged at the cost of replacement or repair.
If you are considering The Lodge at Friars Glen, we wish to let you know about a few house rules.
- This is a non smoking house.
- We are unable to accommodate pets.
- This house is not suitable for events or hen, stag or similar parties.
- No loud noise at any time please.
“Friars Glen was hands down, the highlight of our trip in Ireland. John and Mary are wonderful hosts, so helpful in providing information on the area, how to get around, places to eat etc. We loved our stay with them so much we would have loved to extend it and stay the rest of our time in Ireland.”