Want to book the Twin Room?
€ 30 per night
From January to the end of June and then from mid September to just before Christmas. To see if the dates you want are normal season, click on the link above and select the dates you are interested in.
€ 35 per night
High season is the beginning of July to just before August. To see if the dates you want are high season, click on the link above and select the dates you are interested in.
€ 40 per night
Easter, Christmas and August. To see if the dates you want are peak season, click on the link above and select the dates you are interested in.
Twin Room – Sleeps 2
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Pictures of the twin room in the house known as ‘Tablo’
Twin room accommodation
The twin room is in the main house known as Tablo. It has two large single beds in it and plenty of space for you to spread out in. It is in the upper part of the main house and has views out over the kitchen garden.
A full size single bed. There is a reading light and plenty of room around the bed for access.
The other single bed is on the other side of the room and the chest of draws. It has a reading light and plenty of space to move around it. The mattress is new and firm and 2m x 90cms.
The chest of drawers
There is a large chest of draws in the middle of the room between the two beds. It started life as the bottom half of a dresser in a kitchen in Sarbi. There was a big hole in the middle, so another old piece of furniture was sacrificed to finish the piece and make it is what it is today. You can store your cloths in there and any treasures you have found along the way.
Caters for six people. There is a electric oven and four gas hobs allowing you to cook a romantic dinner for two by candlelight or a feast for six. The kitchen is well stocked, with spices, pasta and rice. in fact everything you need to cook a meal minus the veg and any meat you may want. These can be bought locally from the sheppard’s or the shops in Ocnar Sugatag where the local market is every Thursday. The kitchen was originally a room for just keeping firewood with a dirt floor and no ceiling. Penny designed the layout using old oak beams from another house and persuaded the local carpenter to keep the original finish to the wood when building the fitted units. It’s a cosy room with views out over the garden and stream next to the land. The kitchen is just for you to use, so if you rent Casa Mica, you have the house to yourselves! The dining table seats six people and we have cutlery, plates, bowels etc also for six.
The bath room
Flush toilet ( no tradition here) and good sized shower with hot water all day long. Wash basin and space for towels that we provide and your own toiletries. The bathroom is a good size and plenty of space to move around in.