The accommodation is based around the property's former out-buildings which have now been converted and tastefully decorated to provide en-suite, centrally heated and comfortable accommodation. With separate entrance from the village Main Street, the rooms are quite private and separate from the main house. All are equipped with television, video, fridge, kettle and toaster.
Wicklow Way walkers can be picked up from the trail for free, once enough advance notice is given. Usual pick-up points are at the Dying Cow Pub, Kilquiggan or Boley. Liam also runs a scheduled mini-bus service early in the morning to bring commuters to the train at Gorey. This may prove a useful exit point for some walkers.
Prior arrangement visitors are welcome to visit the stick-makers workshop and hear him talk about the origins and history of the "Shillelagh" as he demonstrates the stick-making process.