This group of cottages makes a wonderful holiday experience, whether you are wanting to simply relax away from the hustle and bustle, or explore the local area and beyond. The high-quality interiors have been thoughtfully designed to give each retreat its own personality, while still retaining the same sense of charm and character. The open-plan living areas offer somewhere comfy to unwind, with natural light and scenery bringing the outside in, a heart-warming base to return to. The bedrooms are all uniquely presented so you can truly unwind after an eventful day, appreciating the soothing ambience which is a delightful setting to fall asleep amidst, and wake up to. With views over the Wicklow and Wexford hills, the beautiful landscapes can be admired from the comfort of the accommodation, or you can wander outside to experience the six acres of garden first-hand. Gather all the family for some fun in the games room, or why not enjoy a barbecue together on a cosy evening when the sun is still shining. Children can even spend some time in the playground with its swings and slide. Out and about, the village of Shillelagh in County Wicklow is a seventeenth century 'planned estate' village, with appealing architecture including attractive terraced cottages and a courthouse with clock tower. For walkers, the Wicklow Way runs past the village, and the nearby Tomnafinnoge Oak Wood, one of the largest remaining oak woods in Ireland, makes a lovely spot for an autumn stroll. Coolattin Golf Club is just outside the village, while slightly further afield, the Wicklow Mountains, city of Dublin, and 'Ballykissangel' village of Avoca make superb destinations for an enjoyable day trip. You can visit castles, historic houses and gardens, the historic gaol at Wicklow town. Kilkenny City is just one hour away. The nearest restaurant is in Tinahely where there is also a coffee shop; other excellent restaurants are Marfield House in Gorey and Rathsallagh House in Dunlavin. An exceptional group of cottages to build some lasting memories.
A fabulous stone-built cottage situated near the village of Shillelagh, with a series of seasonal walks on offer, and intriguing history just waiting to be discovered.
Upon entering, you will be welcomed by a warmly decorated open-plan living area, graced with wooden floors and skylight windows.
After a busy day, you will look forward to a cosy evening with your loved ones, beginning with a meal in the country cottage kitchen/diner.
There is a family bathroom situated on the ground floor so you can get ready in style one day to the next, and two bedrooms are excellently presented, including a summery master suite elevated by gold and orange tones.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 988329, 988331, 988332, 988333, 988335, together they can sleep up to 20 people.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite, 1 x ground floor twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, basin and WC. First floor open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area.
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with with multichannels & radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair
- Off-road parking
- Gravel and patio area with furniture
- 6 acres of garden
- One well-behaved pet welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 1.4 miles
- Note: Laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer
- Note: Guests have access to a shared games room and a playground with slide and swings.
About the location
SHILLELAGH, COUNTY WICKLOW
Tullow 10 miles; Gorey 16 miles.
The village of Shillelagh in County Wicklow is a seventeenth century 'planned estate' village, with appealing architecture including attractive terraced cottages and a courthouse with clock tower. The Shillelagh stick, a well-crafted blackthorne stick originally used as a fighting weapon but now often used as an ornamental or walking stick, originated just outside the village, and visitors can visit workshops to watch local craftsmen continuing to produce this piece of Wicklow history. For walkers, the Wicklow Way runs past the village, and the nearby Tomnafinnoge Oak Wood, one of the largest remaining oak woods in Ireland, makes a lovely spot for an autumn stroll. Coolattin Golf Club is just outside the village, while slightly further afield, the Wicklow Mountains, city of Dublin, and 'Ballykissangel' village of Avoca make superb destinations for an enjoyable day trip.
This property offers the following short breaks: