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Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
This Traditional Irish Cottage is over 200 years old and is situated on the Dock Road. If you coincide your walk from the cottage to the harbour to meet the trawlormen you can be sure to get some great fresh fish, crab and lobster. There is a great sized BBQ (converted forge) on one of the patios where you can cook the fish.
The cottage has 3 bedrooms and sleeps 6-8 people. There is a traditional open fire in the lounge. The cottage backs onto the estuary which at low tide you can cross and walk onto the beach which extends to Grange Beach.
The cottage is a short walk (10-15 Mins) to Fethard Village where you can enjoy the hospitality, food, music and entertainment at Nevilles Pub and Molloys Pub. There are also a number of restaurants, the Village Kitchen, Chinese restaurant, Fish and chip shop and Nevilles pub for great food. There is also a local convenience store and children play ground in the village.
Every Saturday in the summer is a country market in Fethard Village where you can purchase local farm produce and home made cakes, bread, jams, jewellery etc. There is a surf shop in the village where you can arrange surfing lessons. You can walk to Grange Beach from the cottage where you can arrange with Shelbaggan outdoor education centre where you can hire or take lessons in Kayaks, canoes and sailing boats.
The local area is ideal for walkers, fishing/Angling, scuba diving, Horse Riding, Golfing, Cycling, great pubs and food, Historical sites and buildings, bird watching, Painting, surfing and shopping.
The beautiful beaches of Carnivan, Grange, Baginbun (where the normans first landed in 1169) are all within short walking distance. There are breathtaking scenic walks along headland such as the one linking the Hook Head with Slade Harbour.
The Hook lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in Europe and has a visitor centre with guided tours.
Dunbrody Abbey and Tintern Abbey are well worth a visit.
J.F.K. Park and Arboretum and The National Heritage park in Ferry Carrig are also great places to visit.
Waterford can be reached by road or by taking a small car ferry from Passage East to BallyHack. There are many shops and restaurants to enjoy there. Also Wexford town Centre is great for shopping, restaurants, pubs, musical entertainment, gifts, crafts, and of course the Wexford Opera house.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Beach to rear of cottage 200 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Waterford 25 km, Nearest railway: Waterford or Wexford 18 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ, Swing set|
|Further details indoors|
There is a Master bedroom with one double bed and a single bed. There are 3 windows and a velux window which boasts views of the estuary.
The second bedroom is a small double bed room, with a window facing the garden.
The third bedroom has a set of bunk beds (predominantly used by children) and a single bed. There are 2 windows, one has views of the beach and estuary the other looks onto the cottage garden.
The Kitchen is well equipped and has a large dining table. Also in the kitchen, there is a multi fuel burning stove which heats radiators throughout the cottage.
There is one toilet and shower room (newly refurbished) located upstairs next to the bedrooms.
There is an open coal/log fire in the sitting room. There are radiators in every room which are heated by the wood burner in the kitchen. This also heats the water however there is an electric Emerson for instant hot water in the shower.
The washing machine is situated in the outside utility room
The stairs leading from the kitchen to the bedrooms have a handrail on the wall. Young children should be supervised using the stairs as they are steep.
The sitting room with its open fire has 2 couches and 2 easy chairs, a TV(satellite) , DVD and CD player.
|Further details outdoors|
The property benefits from a mature cottage garden and has several patio areas for Al fresco dining, sunbathing and reading long books!
There is a large enclosed garden with swings for the children and 2 soccer nets.
There is ample space for parking your car/s.
A multi fuel stove has a boiler which heats radiators throughout the cottage. There is also an open fire in the sitting room.
The shower room and sitting room have recently been refurbished also new carpets have been fitted upstairs in the property.
There is a beach directly to the rear of the cottage and other beaches such as Carnivan and 'Bag n bun' are within a short walk
A grocery box can be provided with tea, coffee, milk, bread, butter. cereal, condiments, at a small extra cost.
A welcome pack with local and tourist information is available for you on arrival.
Bedding and a set of towels is available at no extra cost
Stairs to the bedrooms from the kitchen are steep, young children should be supervised using them. Those with restricted mobility should contact home owners for further information. There is a hand rail fitted at the side of the stairs for assistance.
No smoking in the cottage. In relation to your pets staying with you......, please consult with the owner.
The Province of Munster region
Wexford County is surrounded on the northern side by the beautiful Wicklow Hills and is bounded on the West side by the River Barrow and the Black Stairs Mountains. The River Slaney flows through its town and surrounding areas. It is steeped in history, and is refereed to as the Sunny South East. Wexford boasts stunning beaches and awesome countryside. The locals are so very warm, welcoming and friendly. It is rare in Fethard to pass a car or person and not 'get a wave or a very friendly smile.
Dunbrody Abbey and Tintern Abbey are both great places to visit. Tintern is located just outside Saltmills and has a visitor centre and a beautiful woodland walk around the old abbey.
Duncannon's old fort has been restored and has a craft centre, visitor centre and Art Galery.
Enniscorthy Castle dates back to 1205 and now is the home of Wecxford County Museum. Enniscorthy is also famous for hosting the first stage of the tour de France in 1998. It also has many wonderful pubs, restaurants, and is famous for its pottery.
Waterford and Wexford town centres are great for shopping, dining and musical entertainment.
The National Heritage Park is worthy of a visit in Ferry carrig.
The Historic Hook Head Light house the oldest light house in Europe has a visitor centre with tours and a cafe. You can walk along the headland from the Hook Head to Slade Harbour taking in breathtaking views along the route.
Baginbun beach, a short walk from the cottage is where the Normans first landed in Ireland in 1169.
Surf lessons are available in the village.
Outdoor pursuits can be arranged by Shellbaggan O.E.C. based near Grange Beach
Art and Craft workshops for children ages 7-13 take place at the Hook Head Penninsula and Duncannon throughout the summer.
Fishing and Angling trips can be arranged from the harbour.
There are golf courses available to play in Waterford, Rosslare and Wexford
Scuba diving is popular in the area especially at the Hook Head where many ship wrecks attract divers from all over the world.
The beautiful beaches of Carnivan, Grange, Baginbun, the Little and Big Burrow are all within short walking distance.
Fethard Harbor is a 10-15 minute walk from the cottage.
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3 Jun 2014
"A World Away"
Stayed at Innyard for a week and we were blessed with lovely weather so got to avail of the beautiful garden. Nice quiet location but not isolated.Great beaches within a short walk. The cottage has al… More
18 Sep 2013
"Completely lived up to expectations & as advertised."
We enjoyed our brief stay at this authentic cottage. No bad surprises but a few very nice ones ie. fresh vegetables, milk, bread etc supplied on arrival. Would certainly return on a future occasion as… More
24 Aug 2012
"A home away from home"
This is a cottage we keep returning to time and time again. It is a stress free drive from the Dun Laoghaire ferry and cottage is easy to find. The cottage itself is really homely and well equipped. It's only a short walk to the harbour to see the fishing boats or a stroll to the local village where we have had many a great night in Nevilles. On this trip we also visited the Hook Head (lighthouse on headland with dramatic waves) and Waterford. Both worth a trip if you can drag yoursefl away from the peace and tranquility of the cottage.
The cottage is owned by a family who make every effort to make sure you enjoy your stay e.g. on a previous winter visit we arrived to find the fire lit for us, a lovely welcome after journey from UK.
9 May 2012
"This beautiful cottage is the real Ireland"
My friend and I had done a lot of researching before staying at this cottage in September. When we pulled up to the drive at the Innyard cottage, we were just stun by its beauty. We first lingered in the garden before entering. Once inside we were even more pleasantly surprised. The kitchen was more than equipped, the peat fireplace was stocked with peat and the bedrooms were comfy. The cottage is filled with little notions, books of the area and a personal touch is all around. It is very cozy and we felt at home right off. I spent a lot of time in the garden because it was so very beautiful and I even fed the birds. The neighbors were very friendly and a special thank you to Mich. There is great food and pubs in the little town. It is a great location for many trips out in the area. Be sure to see Hook Lighthouse also. We made many friends there and it was hard to leave Feathard On The Sea. The owners have been superb to work with. The cottage is everything they described and more. This cottage is the real deal (Ireland). I will defiantly be back to the Innyard Cottage soon. Deborah Texas,USA
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