Nestled within the rural, rolling pastures of County Waterford is this well-presented, detached cottage near the coastal town of Dungarvan on the south coast of Ireland.
On approach to this lovely single-storey property, down a quiet country lane, you will first notice the large, manicured front lawn encompassing the whole perimeter, with a picnic bench for you to sit out and absorb the sun on a warm summers' day.
Step inside to the homely interior where you will find comfortable leather seating to luxuriate in front of the open fire, the dining area resting adjacent, with tiled flooring for a quality finish.
The adjoining kitchen is neatly packed with white units on show and integrated facilities making the most of the space.
Fully-equipped, the set-up comes with a fridge, washing machine and electric oven and hob for you to utilize at your leisure.
The bedrooms boast alternate layouts with a double, twin and single, nicely showcased with a neutral design and built-in wardrobe space.
The vistas from the cottage are a wonder to behold, with vast stretches of countryside flowing for miles beyond the skyline.
Take some time to explore the local area, the traditional harbour in Dungarvan is a haven for fishing, boating and an array of watersports activities along with cafés, pubs and restaurants.
Discover the golden beaches and picturesque coastline, there is much to be made of a memorable day out.
Nearby Waterford is a real old treasure hosting a variety of shops, restaurants and thriving nightlife.
With many attractions on offer, you won't be stuck for something to do with the kids.
This fabulous location is great for getting away to the peace and quiet, whilst enjoying a cosy interior and close proximity to all that excites.
About the location
DUNGARVAN, COUNTY WATERFORD
Lismore 15 miles; Youghal 19 miles; Waterford City 29 miles.
A lovely, multi-coloured old harbour town, a real haven for fishing, boating, wind surfing and walking enthusiasts alike. Dungarvan really comes alive in summertime, with residents and visitors all indulging in their favourite water sports, or wiling the evenings away in one of the harbourside cafes, pubs or restaurants. For beach lovers, there are plenty of long sandy beaches within easy driving distance, whilst nearby Waterford, Ireland’s oldest city, is a lively city with great shops, restaurants, theatres, pubs and nightlife. The city also houses The Waterford Museum of Treasures and the House of Waterford Crystal. Nearby attractions include the Round Tower and St Declans Way at the village of Ardmore, the beautiful Mount Melleray Abbey at Cappoquin and the Heritage Town of Lismore with its Heritage Centre and iconic castle. Also within easy driving distance are the many attractions of the “Premier County”, Tipperary, with its glorious scenery and historic monuments including the Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle. This is also a great region for anglers and golfers, with a wealth of rivers and golf courses to choose from.