Clashmore 3 miles.
A charming, stone-built, detached cottage, surrounded by open countryside, in the townland of Ballycurrane, 3 miles from the village of Clashmore in County Waterford.
Having been fully renovated, the property offers excellent accommodation, with an open plan living area and two well furnished bedrooms.
There is also a feature corner window with far-reaching panoramic views towards the sea.
The nearby coastal village of Ardmore should not be missed with its beach, round tower, and spectacular cliff walks, there are also a number of other fine beaches within easy driving distance just waiting to be discovered.
Attractions in the local area include a variety of golf courses, dog track racing, fishing, boating trips, watersports, Aura indoor leisure centre, Perks Youghal Entertainment Centre, adventure outdoor pursuits, horse riding, hill walking and rambling.
With so much on offer you'll want to return time and time again!
Note: This cottage is near Ref. 4558, and together they sleep 10.
All ground floor.
Two bedrooms: 2 x double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with panoramic countryside and sea views.
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About the location
CLASHMORE, COUNTY WATERFORD
Dungarvan 10 miles.
Clashmore is a pretty little village nestled between the Drum Hills and the Blackwater River, in the west of County Waterford. It is characterised by a pretty mill and river walk. Clashmore is readily accessible with Cork and Waterford airports only one hour away, and Rosslare Harbour only two hours away. The areas surrounding Clashmore are renowned for fishing, water sports and an excellent selection of golf courses, suitable for players of all abilities. The seaside towns of Youghal, five miles away, and Dungarvan, 10 miles away, both offer shops, restaurants and traditional Irish pubs; many with live music. A visit to Ardmore Beach is a must with its breathtaking cliff walks and historic Round Tower. There are also beaches to be enjoyed at Whiting Bay and Clonea. For day trips out visit Fota Wildlife Park, Mount Mellary Abbey, Ring Gaelteacht, Ballymaloe House, the Leahys and Ardmore Open Farms or Lismore Castle - possibly the most spectacular castle in Ireland!