We offer excellent comfortable accommodation close to Clonanav Fly fishing to make your fishing holiday rexaling and enjoyable. Family run with excellent facilities – all rooms have private shower and toilet and TVs. There is a tea and coffee bar in the conservatory. Hearty Breakfasts are served with a selection of fruits, cereals and a full Irish breakfast buffet.
We offer excellent comfortable accommodation close to Clonanav Fly fishing to make your fishing holiday rexaling and enjoyable. Family run with excellent facilities – all rooms have private shower and toilet and TVs. There is a tea and coffee bar in the conservatory. Hearty Breakfasts are served with a selection of fruits, cereals and a full Irish breakfast buffet. Clonanav is ran by the ran family and you are assured of a warm welcome!
Located just 5 Mins from Clonanav Fly Fishing
Glasha is an attractive farmhouse located in an idyllic area; Its position in North Waterford/South Tipperary makes it an ideal base for a touring holiday, an activity holiday or a relaxing break. Just imagine sipping a cup of tea/coffee on the patio or reading a novel in the conservatory and listening to the sound of running water from our garden – sheer bliss. Just 5 Minutes from Clonanav Fly Fishing.
For those not wishing the challenge of the Comeraghs or the Knockmealdowns mountains after breakfast, there are beautiful scenic circular road walks from the house where you can hear the birds singing or see little lambs jumping in the fields in the spring time.
No highways or busy traffic – you are now stepping into a different world where you can unwind and relax and take it easy from your busy schedule.
Luxury 4 star hotel located just 10 minutes from Clonanav Fly Fishing
Hotel Minella Clonmel is nestled between the Comeragh Mountains and the River Suir in Clonmel , Co. Tipperary. The original Georgian house was built by
the Malcomsoms in 1863, and the Minella was opened as a hotel by Mr & Mrs Jack Nallen in 1963.
The Malcomson’s, a Quaker family were regarded as the most enterprising entrepreneurs of their time. The founder David Malcomson (1765-1844) built up a commercial empire of international importance, and at its peak included; shipbuilding corn milling, cotton manufacture, salmon fisheries, extensive railway interests, in addition to ownership of a coalmine in the Rhur Valley and a tea plantation in now Sri Lanka.
It was this huge wealth and sucess that gave rise to a period of ostentation and granduer, going against the Quaker ethos of plainness and simplicity!
Designed by the nationally acclaimed and fashionable architect, John Skipton Mulvany, who had been extensively employed by the Malcomson’s by the end of the 1850’s. “The House itself is classical, with a pair of full-height bows on the garden elevation, which overlook the River Suir. The main rooms are arranged around an elongated central hall which rises to roof level.”
It was in 1961 that a dream came true, and Minella was purchased by the late Jack and Babs Nallen, taking two years of refurbishment, with the opening of their country house hotel in April 1963. Add on another 50 years, with extensive redevelopment and constant refurbishment, Minella is now managed by John and Elizabeth, Children of Jack and Babs, fulfilling that dream.
The Minella name is also recognised in the world of horse racing, and John is actively involved in the training and breeding of race horses. Take a look at Minella Racing for more information.
So on behalf of our staff, we offer you a very warm welcome to Clonmel and Minella, aiming to make you feel as comfortable and “at home” during your stay with us!
Guided Fly Fishing
Trips starting from €199 per person per Day
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9AM – 5PM
SUN & MON
Nire Valley, Ballymacarbry,
Clonmel, Co Waterford – IRELAND