Stunning and Luxurious Gate Lodge – Home 6543148 Cottage
- 2 bedrooms
- 4 sleeps
- 3 nights min stay
Stunning and Luxurious Gate Lodge – Home 6543148
- 2 bedrooms
- 4 sleeps
- 3 nights min stay
Cottage / 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4
- Beach / lakeside relaxation
- Nearest beach 5 km
- Not suitable for children
- Car essential
- No pets allowed
- Private garden
Description from owner
Picture perfect and luxurious gate lodge situated at the entrance to a beautiful and historic Georgian property in the heart of the beach area of north Co. Wexford. A perfect base in the sunny South-East from which to explore that the area has to offer, including 'Ireland's Ancient East' landmarks. Minutes from the stunning beaches at Cahore, Old Bawn, Ballinoulart and Morriscastle; the villages of Ballygarrett and Kilmuckridge and just 15 minutes from the busy market town of Gorey. This beautiful and tastefully decorated lodge has two double bedrooms with king size beds; open plan living, dining and kitchen area with wood burning stove; luxury bathroom with shower over bath and a utility room with washing machine and dryer. The living area is tastefully decorated with light oak furniture and is complete with flat screen satellite TV, radio with iPod dock and CD player. The kitchen area is equipped with high end crockery, cutlery and all necessary equipment and utensils,
Picture perfect and luxurious gate lodge situated at the entrance to a beautiful and historic Georgian property in the heart of the beach area of north Co. Wexford. A perfect base in the sunny South-East from which to explore that the area has to offer, including 'Ireland's Ancient East' landmarks. Minutes from the stunning beaches at Cahore, Old Bawn, Ballinoulart and Morriscastle; the villages of Ballygarrett and Kilmuckridge and just 15 minutes from the busy market town of Gorey. This beautiful and tastefully decorated lodge has two double bedrooms with king size beds; open plan living, dining and kitchen area with wood burning stove; luxury bathroom with shower over bath and a utility room with washing machine and dryer. The living area is tastefully decorated with light oak furniture and is complete with flat screen satellite TV, radio with iPod dock and CD player. The kitchen area is equipped with high end crockery, cutlery and all necessary equipment and utensils, including dishwasher and a Tassimo coffee/tea maker. Outside there is a delightful patio and garden, perfect for relaxing and al fresco dining. One of the bedrooms has doors out onto the patio area. 5* quality bedlinen and towels are included. While this is a self-catering rental, there is an option to have breakfast provided on request. Evening meals, freshly prepared by a 3* Michelin trained French Chef are also available! This is the ultimate secluded and luxury escape venue for couples. Note: Unfortunately, we cannot accept children or pets.
Location description from owner
The Province of Leinster region
Four counties and four great rivers make up the South East of Ireland. The Barrow, Blackwater, Suir, Slaney and the Nore flow through a countryside rich in antiquity. Some of the most famous castles in Ireland are to be found here in arguably the most pleasant climate in the country, which gives the region its nickname, the 'Sunny South East'.
The Rock of Cashel in Tipperary is one of the first stops for someone entering the region from the northwest. Towering over the town of Cashel this ancient fortress, parts of which date back to the fourth century was once the seat of power of the Kings of Munster and was captured by the ancient Irish hero Brian Boru in the 10th century. Surrounded by mighty stone walls the site is well worth a visit.
Further south is the coastal town of Waterford. A pleasant seaside resort and home to internationally famous Waterford Crystal, manufactures of the world's finest crystal since 1783 and visited by a quarter of a million tourists every year. Waterford was founded by the Vikings and tours of the city are an experience no visitor should miss.
Moving out from Waterford town and along the scenic southern coast of the country towards Wexford one encounters a multitude of small, picturesque fishing villages ready to welcome the weary traveller.
It is in Wexford that one of the most important events in Irish history took place and the 1798 Rebellion is well remembered with a visitor's centre in Enniscorthy providing an illuminating experience of Ireland at the time and the effects the Rebellion has to this day. But if a mere 200 years ago is not enough for the history buff the Irish National Heritage Park at Ferrycarrig provides the sights, sounds and smells of Ireland stretching back over 9,000 years.
From the championship quality golf course at Mount Juliet to the game and coarse angling on the Nore with some excellent equestrian facilities Kilkenny offers everything the sporting enthusiast could want. And if a visitor wants a few pointers on hurling the 'Cats' of Kilkenny can provide that too.
Perhaps one of the clearest indications of the quality and attractiveness of the region is in the number of Irish people who visit it on their holidays each year. From the historical sights to the water sports available up and down the coast the South East has everything to offer a guest.
We are also less than an hour from Dublin, the vibrant capital city or Ireland and just a stones throw from Co Wicklow. From majestic mountains to spectacular valleys, silver streams to long sandy beaches, Wicklow has earned its nickname of the Garden of Ireland. The county has inspired poets, moved artists and provided a haven for raiders and outlaws in its hills and mountains. Today it provides an abundance of things to see and do. Wicklow certainly has a little bit of everything.
The long Wicklow coastline provides long golden beaches replete with a wide variety of watersports and seaside towns each with its own unique character and range of activities. Bray is host to The National Sealife Centre, which features over 20 spectacular displays, filled with native and saltwater creatures. Great family entertainment.
Dominating the county though are the Wicklow Mountains, the largest highland area in Ireland. An unspoilt wilderness of towering mountains and hidden valleys with fantastic views out to the Irish Sea and north to Dublin. Walking tours of the Mountains and the Wicklow Way are very popular. A great day out is to be had at the monastic settlement at Glendalough, arguably Ireland's most famous monastic site.
Wicklow is now one of Ireland's premier golfing locations with over 20 splendid Golf Courses to choose from. Numerous equestrian centres cater for all, while crystal streams lie in the folds of the Wicklow foothills waiting to challenge the expert angler or first time fisherman.
Perhaps the most amazing aspect of Wicklow is that a region of such unsurpassed beauty and unspoilt wilderness should have survived so close to Dublin.
North Wexford comprises the popular town of Gorey which has grown tremendously in population over the past number of years. There are many beautiful seaside villages popular with visitors, including the picturesque village of Cahore, the summer festival village of Ballygarrett, the expanding village of Ferns, the popular country village of Ballycanew, the famous seaside village of Courtown, Holiday Villages of Kilmuckridge (home to Morriscastle beach), Blackwater, and many more besides.
Situated in the "Sunny South East" of Ireland, North Wexford is home to many fine sandy beaches popular with local surfers. Roney point in particular is a lovely walk even on a dull day. The famous Curracloe beach is also situated in North Wexford and was the location of the movie hit 'Saving Private Ryan'. Curracloe is also home to a myriad of birds who nest here annually specifically in the north and south Wexford slobs (Wexford Wildfowl Reserve).
Wexford offers the visitor a large selection of historic and natural attractions including the J F Kennedy Homestead, Ferns castle, and Craanford Mills. Gorey and North Wexford also offer the walking enthusiast a choice of hillwalking destinations and walking trails.
Bed & bathroom
- Bedroom 1: King Bed
Bedroom 2: King Bed
- 1 Family bathroom
- Private garden
- Balcony or terrace
- Bicycles available
- Central heating
- Washing machine
- Clothes dryer
- Satellite TV
- CD player
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Secure parking
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
- Check in time:16:00, Check out time:12:00
- If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
- This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
- No smoking at this property
- Cancellation policy
About the owner
- Response rate:
- Calendar updated::
- 25 Nov 2016
- Overall rating:
Languages spoken: English, French
This Cottage has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 30 Apr 2015. Located in Gorey, it has 1 review with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate is £785.
The Owner has a response rate of 95% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 25 Nov 2016.
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