The Polranny House is intended for people, who wish to work in absolute peace or are seeking inspiration. The Foundation provides here temporary, cost price workspace and accommodation to artists, academics, writers, epicureans, inventors, musicians, dancers and other creative beings. Ideally, the Polranny House sleeps two although there is space for four or even five.
Rooms and facilities
Downstairs: the entrance, a living room, a kitchen/dining room, a utility room and a shower with a toilet. Upstairs: two bedrooms, a study, a bedroom/workspace and a bathroom with a bath, wash basin and toilet. Heating: central heating, turf stoves in the kitchen and living room, and a fireplace in the study. Instructions for lighting and tending these fires are provided upon registration.
In short, the pirates’ hideaway combines all mod cons with an old-fashioned sense of comfort. All the usual domestic facilities are available, and there is also a library that includes a collection of Irish maps, guidebooks, history books and literature.
sitting room downstairs
Are you curious to know how this House and its environment can influence your work?
See here the example of Marian Bijlenga who stayed here with Simon Oud, with lots of photos of the interior (bottom right)