Charming restored Irish cottage in the beautiful Caragh Lake area which happens to be available for rent for a vacation/holiday = 6 acres of private grounds with lovely secluded gardens around the house, and within walking distance of the lake and other sites.
Favour Royal is an abandoned manor house and estate in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is located about 3 miles east of Augher, close to the Irish border. John Moutray married the Erskine heiress of Favour Royal, and the original house was built by them in 1670. The Moutrays briefly employed a local boy, John Hughes, as an apprentice gardener. Hughes would go on to become the Catholic Archbishop of New York in 1842. Photo: stuartblakley.blogspot.com