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33- Slade

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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Detached cottage on the edge of the quaint little fishing village of Slade with its 15th century castle at the end of Hook Head. Numerous sandy beaches including Blue Flag nearby. Hook Head Lighthouse (the oldest in Europe and flashiest in the world according to The Lonely Planet Guide). Ideal for bird watching – spring and autumn migration, scuba diving, fishing, sailing and golf. Passage East ferry for Waterford (11 miles). Tintern and Dunbrody Abbeys close by. Whale, porpoise and dolphin watching (during winter months only). Shielbaggan Outdoor Centre. Patio with garden furniture.

Inside: Well furnished and equipped with kitchen/dining room with Belfast sink and wood burning stove, sitting room with open fire and French doors to patio, separate shower, separate W.C. and stairs to two bedrooms, one with one double and one with two single beds. Electric heating. Duvets. Camp bed. Television. CD/radio. Washing machine. Microwave. No smoking. One pet only.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Access Car advised
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
General Central heating, TV, CD player
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Well furnished and equipped with kitchen/dining room with Belfast sink and wood burning stove, sitting room with open fire and French doors to patio, separate shower, separate W.C. and stairs to two bedrooms, one with one double and one with two single beds. Electric heating. Duvets. Camp bed. Television and DVD. CD/radio. Washing machine. Microwave. High chair. No smoking. One pet only.

Further details outdoors

Detached cottage on the edge of the quaint little fishing village of Slade with its 15th century castle at the end of Hook Head. Numerous sandy beaches including Blue Flag nearby. Hook Head Lighthouse (the oldest in Europe and flashiest in the world according to The Lonely Planet Guide). Ideal for bird watching ? spring and autumn migration, scuba diving, fishing, sailing and golf. Passage East ferry for Waterford (11 miles). Tintern and Dunbrody Abbeys close by. Whale, porpoise and dolphin watching (during winter months only). Shielbaggan Outdoor Centre. Patio with garden furniture.

Further details

One pet only please.

About this location

The Province of Leinster region

County Wexford, along with Waterford, belongs to the part of Ireland referred to as the 'Sunny South East'. With their pleasant weather and fine sandy beaches, resorts such as Rosslare Strand and Courtown are a popular holiday destinations. You can also visit Baginbun Beach (where the Normans landed in 1169) or the oldest lighthouse in Europe, on Hook Peninsula.

The scenery is reminiscent of Normandy - low hills, river valleys and rich farmlands with well kept thatched cottages, lush pastures and beautiful sandy beaches. The county is bounded on the north by the Wicklow Hills and on the west by the River Barrow and the Blackstairs mountains. Its fertile central plain is watered by the River Slaney.

There are several excellent golf courses throughout County Wexford. The Blackstairs Mountains are ideal for climbing and walking. Angling and canoeing are popular activities on the River Slaney. Small towns like Enniscorthy (which hosted the first stage of the Tour de France in 1998) are steeped in charm and history. Enniscorthy Castle, dating from 1205, is now home to the Wexford County Museum.

Slade

Hook Head Lighthouse (the oldest in Europe). Ideal for bird watching – spring and autumn migration, scuba diving, fishing, sailing and golf. Passage East ferry for Waterford (11 miles). Tintern and Dunbrody Abbeys close by. Whale, porpoise and dolphin watching (during winter months only). Shielbaggan Outdoor Centre.

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17 May 2011

5/5

"Such a peaceful holiday in a beautiful homely cottage."

We had such a peaceful stay at this gorgeous homely cottage, great hospitality from the owners. Everything we needed in the cottage. So many beaches nearby with beautiful scenery and castles. Absolute… More

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  • 4 Years listed

Calendar last updated:03 Mar 2015

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