Hill View B&B is a self catering friendly, family run B&B. Hill view B&B and Pa's bar is located in the heart of Ned of the hill country and nestling in the shadow of Knockalough, Upperchurch attracts many visitors every year with an array of activities to appeal to all, both young and not so young.
Our guests can always expect a warm and friendly welcome when they visit, and our staff are happy to help with any requests to ensure a pleasant stay. To book your holiday or stay, please contact: 0872997542. We will be delighted to assist you in booking or your next special event at Hill View B&B.
You can enjoy the simple pleasures of walking, hiking, cycling, fishing and indoor rock climbing. After the refreshing outdoors you can sample the famous hospitality Upperchurch has to offer. The welcoming village of Upperchurch has three pubs with the renowned Jim o' the mills nearby. The famous Jim o' the mills has been selected as one of the top ten pubs in Ireland in 2015 by Barfly.
The views are incredible and the walks cater for all levels of fitness at the end make your way back to Pa's bar where a blazing fire will welcome you and make you feel at home. This fantastic location in the heart of rural Ireland is home to a relaxed atmosphere where you can come in, take a seat at the bar and relax.
If you want to venture further afield there are many attractions for tourists to sample including the rock of Cashel, Holycross Abbey, Semple Stadium the home of the GAA and local golf courses to name but a few there are many more.
If you are interested in holding your wedding celebration, special occasion or family gathering at Hill View B&B, we invite you to visit us here at the B&B and talk to us about your vision for your event.
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