This lovely end-terrace cottage is situated on the edge of the market town of Cappoquin in County Waterford.
This welcoming holiday home is an ideal base for a family wishing to explore all of the delights that County Waterford has to offer.
Once inside you will find on the ground floor a cosy sitting room with an open fire, so after a busy day why not put your feet up and enjoy the warmth with a drink in hand?
Continuing on the ground floor is a kitchen with dining area, so whilst sipping on a morning coffee you can pack lunches for your loved ones in preparation for a fun-filled time ahead visiting the many places of interest that can be found in the area.
Take the stairs to the first floor where three bedrooms, including one with en-suite facilities can be found, together with a separate bathroom.
Outside there’s the option to either park in the free spaces on-site or on the road, both of which are on a first come, first served basis, and there’s also a front, side and rear garden available.
This cottage is a fantastic base for walkers and cyclists as there are many different routes available in the area.
Situated at the tip of the Blackwater Estuary is Cappoquin.
This town has basic amenities, whilst close by is the heritage town of Lismore with a castle set in Jacobean gardens, a 17th century hilltop cathedral and a golf course.
Also within reach are Youghall and Dungarven and within driving distance is the city of Cork, which has something for everyone.
A charming County Waterford base.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
CAPPOQUIN, COUNTY WATERFORD
Lismore 5 miles; Dungarvan 11 miles; Cork 40 miles.
Cappoquin is a sleepy market town situated at the tip of the Blackwater Estuary, which is renowned for its salmon and trout fishing and is close to 3 mountain ranges in West Waterford, all of which offer magnificent woodland walks in areas of unspoilt natural beauty. The town has all the basic amenities together with pubs and restaurants. 5 miles away lies Lismore, a lively heritage town boasting both an imposing castle with glorious Jacobean gardens and a 17th century hilltop cathedral. Everything is on offer here from arts and crafts to live pub music and a choice of recommended eateries as well as a renowned golf course and equestrian centre close by. Down on the spectacular coastline between Youghall and Dungarven there are beaches, bays and cliff tops in abundance to explore.