Avoca 1.5 miles.
A beautiful, detached cottage located on the River Avoca, close to Avoca village in County Wicklow.
Oozing charm, this characteristic Avoca cottage will enchant and delight holidaymakers, the perfect base for a family break or for groups of friends exploring the east of Ireland.
This cosy, inviting Avoca cottage has three spacious, well-appointed bedrooms, including two double rooms, one located on the ground floor boasting a warming multi-fuel stove, and a twin room.
This Avoca cottage also offers a stylish kitchen with a dining area for family meals and gathering to plan tomorrow’s escapades.
The sitting room, complete with a multi-fuel stove and a sofa bed, provides a warm atmosphere after a long day exploring the sights.
Outside, there is a spacious garden area where you can enjoy fine weather and the relaxing soundtrack of the nearby river for company.
The quaint village of Avoca is just over a mile away, renowned for being the setting for TV's, Ballykissangel!
Enjoy a fine pint of the black stuff in the friendly local pub before heading to Avoca Handweavers for authentic handmade products.
Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland and this Avoca cottage sits right in the heart of it, with rolling hills and sweeping forests in every direction.
After a long hike through the hills or along the Wicklow Way, enjoy a tasty meal at The Meetings or Fitzgeralds.
The coastal town of Arklow is nearby with a plethora of shops, bars and other amenities, with something for all ages!
Golfers will love the challenging Woodenbridge Golf Course with its spectacular backdrop of the valley, Arklow Golf Club and The European courses are also within easy reach.
Further afield you can visit the mystical Glendalough, the stunning Wicklow Mountains and the unspoilt sands of Brittas Bay.
A train ride to the nation’s capital, Dublin, along the coastal route is also highly recommended, with the impressive Bray Head a particular highlight.
This idyllic Avoca cottage truly is a superb base for your next Irish break.