Looking for Rental Property

Hi, I am returning to Ireland to work in March 2015. I am originally from Millstreet and I am looking to find a property for short term (a couple of weeks) to medium term (a couple of months) to rent. Ideally the property would be in Millstreet town, clean, furnished and with 1-2 bedrooms. Can anyone help? It may be of interest to someone with a vacant property that is for sale and wishes to make an income form it in the meantime.
Thank you
Tony (pabroderick@hotmail.com)

Exquisite Millstreet Town Apartment Available for Short Term Letting

This exquisite Apartment with its own parking area is situated in Minor Row, Millstreet Town and is the ideal setting for a short-term stay in this area.   Full details are available by contacting 029 70214 or 087 969 2266.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)This exquisite Apartment with its own parking area is situated in Minor Row, Millstreet Town.

It is the ideal setting for a short-term stay in this area.

Full details are available by contacting

Phone: 029-70214

Mobile: 087-9692266.

email: <email>

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Accommodation Providers – Orchard Motorsport Cork 20 International Rally

cork20-logoWe have been successful in securing the Orchard Motorsport Cork 20 International rally for Millstreet, to be held on 4th, 5th & 6th October 2013. All competitors and spectators will hope to stay in Millstreet or as close as possible.

In order to be included in the accommodation list on the official Cork 20 website all registered and non-registered accommodation providers need to register on 086-1721142. Registration fee is €20 per room.

All registrations need to be completed by 25/3/13.

Please make cheques payable to Millstreet Development Group

Rent Increase for Museum and Pipe Band slashed

The newly revamped Carnegie Hall
The newly revamped Carnegie Hall

Last weeks Corkman newspaper reported on Cork County Council backing down from a huge 10,000% rent increase for Millstreet Museum and Millstreet Pipe Band in the newly refurbished Carnegie Hall. The article can be read here, but below is an extract:

THERE was a slice of very welcome news” at the Kanturk Area meeting this week when senior official Aidan Weir said that Millstreet Pipe Band and the Millstreet Museum could remain in situ at the revamped Carnegie Hall for a “nominal rent”.

At a previous meeting in September, Cllr Noel Buckley (FG) lamented an increase being put on both voluntary organisations and said the rental asking price of €6,400 was just not a reality.

Despite Mr Weir dishing out bagloads of disappointing news to councillors who wanted potholes fixed and lighting put in place, he was able to deliver a slice of very welcome news.

He said he met with other officials and it was unanimously decided that both groups do Trojan work in their community and they would now only have to pay a nominal rent.

“At last, some good news,” said the chairman of Kanturk Area Meeting Cllr Noel Buckley.