Glenlohane stands in the rolling countryside of north County Cork, a few miles east of the market town of Kanturk.  Surrounded by mature trees, the house faces east from an elevated site and looks out over terraced lawns to the park below. Glenlohane was built in 1741 by John Sharp, of Mount Conway near the city of Cork, descended from a Quaker family of wool merchants on a considerable scale. In the early 1800s his heiress Elizabeth married John Hawkes Bolster of Egmont Lodge in nearby Churchtown, whose family had long been resident in the locality.

Address & Contact

Glenlohane, Kanturk, Cork

t: +353 29 50014



Available as a Film Location

Accommodation and Short Breaks

Overnight with Dinner