A unique property in many ways, noted for its enviable location, hospitality and quality accommodation; part of the intrigue of Teach de Broc is its name. Pronounced as "Tshock de Brock", the literal Gaelic translation of the name is "House of the Brock Family" (the Gaelic translation House is "Teach"). And given the family-run nature of the guesthouse, the pervading friendly atmosphere of an Irish home ensures that all guests feel comfortable and relaxed.?The house itself was specifically designed to enhance the comfort of its guests and the comfortable resident's lounge is the ideal place to relax after a round of golf, read a book, plan your itinerary or simply meet other guests around the fireplace. Though Teach de Broc does not serve dinner, breakfast here is quite something to savour. Irish scones are freshly baked each morning, while guests may choose between a delectable full Irish breakfast of bacon, egg and sausage and a healthier option of cereal, yoghurt and fruit. And if your itinerary demands an early start, then breakfast can be served early to ensure a full belly on the first tee.