Kilmihil, County Clare

The Old Parochial HouseThe Old Parochial House

The Parochial House, Kilmihil was built in 1876.

The parish priest of Kilmihil in 1876 was Fr. McMahon, later Canon, who served as P.P. of Kilmihil for 44 years He died at the age of 91 on August 13 1916.

Looking at the fine structure of the Parochial House today, one cannot fail to admire the very fine work of the tradesmen over one hundred years ago.

The money part of the construction was provided, by what was known at the time as a 'Glebe' loan. The term 'Glebe' was used to designate the dwelling of a Church of Ireland clergyman. The Old Parochial House at 120 years old, has been maintained and refurbished to an excellent condition.

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Situated at the edge of West Clare, it has wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. The rooms are spacious, offering visitors both comfort and privacy. The ground floor consists of an elegant hallway, 2 reception rooms, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom with electric shower, large bath, toilet, wash basin and trouser press.

Upstairs, capturing panoramic views of West Clare, there are six bedrooms. The house accomodates a total of twelve people. Five of the rooms are en-suite.

Joe & Kathleen Reid
Tel: +353 65 6839310