- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
Wexford Town 5 miles. Two lovely, detached Wexford cottages situated in a rural location, 3 miles from the village of Murrintown, and only 5 miles from Wexford Town, County Wexford. Alderlane Cottage, a former farmhouse, is the larger of these two Wexford cottages and dates back 200-300 years. With lots of delightful character features such as exposed stone walls and a tiled floor in the sitting room, as well as two woodburners and exposed brickwork and an unusual pine-clad roof in all of the bedrooms, it makes a great, traditional base for any Wexford cottage holiday. Alderlane Stables, the smaller of these Wexford cottages, is a fantastic, romantic hideaway with a cosy woodburner so you can curl up with your loved one in the evenings. Both of these Wexford cottages benefit from a rural location, so why not sit back, relax and unwind in peace on your Wexford cottage holiday? Head to Wexford Town and enjoy a day at the beach, a round of golf or maybe even a trip to Hook Lighthouse, easily accessible from these Wexford cottages.
This cosy and compact Wexford cottage is ideal for a romantic getaway.
With a warming woodburner and a mezzanine bedroom you can relax and unwind in your rural surroundings.
This Wexford cottage is situated next to Ref.
4410, and together they sleep 6.
One mezzanine double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen and sitting area with double-height ceiling and woodburner. Sun room with table for 2.
- Oil central heating with electric heaters and woodburner in open plan living area
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer (shared with Ref
- 4410), TV with Freeview, DVD, video, CD/radio, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Electricity inc. in rent, oil charged via meter reading
- Fuel for woodburner available to purchase locally
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 4 cars
- Shared use of 45 acres of woodland and informal gardens with furniture and BBQ
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 2 miles
- Note: Babes-in-arms only.
- Last minute
- “Great Property”
- “This is a small, well equipped property in the middle of woodland but only 30 minutes drive from the Rosslare Ferry. The location is superb, very quiet but close to nearby towns & there is a very good farm shop 5 minutes drive away. The owners are very friendly and check in was no problem. My only reservation is that the steps up to the bedroom are very steep: for us part of the charm, but not suitable for anyone with limited mobility, although there is a futon in the conservatory”
- “It was just what we asked for; private, "olde worlde" and the owner went out of his way to help us in any way he could.”
- “An excellent location for completely unwinding. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful.”
- “The owners of this property afforded me the privacy and peace that I sought when booking this lovely cottage, while being very friendly and available if I needed their help. Waking up to birdsong in the morning is great for the soul, and the many beautiful places nearby meant short car journeys and lots of fresh air. I thoroughly enjoyed it all.”
- “Loved it, so nice to get away to a quiet and peaceful cottage in the beautiful surrounds of a forest.”
- “Very comfortable and in fantastic surroundings.”
About the location
WEXFORD TOWN, COUNTY WEXFORD
Rosslare 12 miles; Kilmore Quay 14 miles; New Ross 24.5 miles; Duncannon 26 miles.
The quaint heritage town of Wexford lies on Ireland's beautiful east coast, and comprises narrow winding streets, framed by a colourful quayside lined with historic buildings. The town is home to a delightful opera house and a great golf course aswell as St Helen's Bay Golf Course close by. Just down the coast lies Wexford Bay; with 20 miles of Blue Flag sandy beaches, backed by sand dunes and nature trails, this is a wonderful spot for enjoying a cottage holiday. Why not take a boat trip from Wexford Quays to watch the seals on the sandbanks or spend an evening in one of the many lively pubs and restaurants? Visit Hook Lighthouse, Britain's oldest working lighthouse, which is situated at the tip of the Hook Head Peninsula, in County Wexford, and marks the entrance to Waterford Harbour. Waterford itself offers plenty to see and do including great watersport opportunities and the Waterford Crystal factory, while the capital city, Dublin, ideal for a days sightseeing and shopping, is within easy travelling distance.