A beautiful detached cottage set in an idyllic rural haven close to the village of Ballyduff, County Waterford.
This quaint Ballyduff cottage exudes character from the moment you walk through the door and will delight couples and small groups.
Set entirely on the ground floor, this Ballyduff cottage features a spacious double room, complete with en-suite shower room as well as two cosy single bedrooms.
The living area is welcoming and has a roaring open fire which will create a relaxing atmosphere, whilst the Jacuzzi bath offers a spot of luxury to help soothe any aching bones after a long day!
This Ballyduff cottage is located amongst rolling countryside and offers views of the Knockmealdon Mountains from the pretty garden area.
The nearby village of Ballyduff has a shop and selection of pubs and is by-passed by the Blackwater River which is renowned for its excellent fishing stocks.
Lismore is one of Ireland's prettiest towns and there are many riverside walks including a woodland nature trail.
There are many walking opportunities nearby with the Comeragh and Galtee mountain ranges offering breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.
You can access both Cork and Waterford cities and the spectacular coastline, including the wonderful Copper Coast, is within easy driving distance.
This is an area that offers so much and this delightful Ballyduff cottage is the perfect choice to experience it all.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x single. Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with open fire.
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About the location
BALLYDUFF, COUNTY WATERFORD
Lismore 7 miles.
The village of Ballyduff, set in beautiful County Waterford countryside, sits on the banks of the Blackwater River and is known as a centre for angling, with a number of fisheries in the locality. The village has a shop, 4 pubs and restaurant serving good fresh food. The heritage town of Lismore is 7 miles away, with many shops, eateries, craft displays and opportunities to enjoy live music. There is pony trekking nearby, plus several golf courses within a ten minute drive. The coast is 15 miles away, and along its length it offers sea cliffs, beaches, coves and tidal pools, plus the Hook lighthouse, seaside resort of Tramore and the sweeping beach and medieval sculptures of Ardmore.