3.8★ Good Sykes rating Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Pets Yes Show on map Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 4 Customer Reviews "Very nice property with lovely view." The property had all facilities needed for our stay. The high chair and baby cot we asked for were provided. The property had plenty of parking and good internet facilities. We enjoyed our stay in no 5 an Seanachai and would recommend it as a place to stay if visiting the West Waterford area. Reviewed by DeclanJun 2022 "The house is in a great location and was very well equipped with everything for our stay." House was lovely & will be booking again for next year Reviewed by ImeldaJul 2021 "House was fility, windows/window frames have definitely not been cleaned in over a year." We moved one of the couches slightly and there was a patch of dirt where someone had previously spilt a drink and it had never been cleaned up. We had 8 month old twins with us and thankfully they are not at the crawling stage as we won't have been able to put them on the ground without their play mats. We had a walker for the babies their socks were filthy each time we took them out of it as the ground was so dirty. The beds were so uncomfortable with springs up through them. We only had 2 hand towels and 1 tea towel for the week, when it said towels were provided we presumed we get more than 2 hand towels and 1 tea towel. We each got 1 bath towel for the week. Each bathroom had 1 toilet roll which wasn't even a full one. No handsoap (in a pandemic) no washing up liquid. The oven was so fility when we cooked we set of the fire alarm as what was in the oven started smoking. The downs stairs bathroom window won't lock so at night we had to lock the bathroom door. Back door didn’t lock from outside which meant we could only use one key between all of us. Stains and scuff marks on walls. The vent in the sitting room had dirt rolling out if it and down the walls. The list is endless really but these are the main issues. The whole thing was a big let down really. Reviewed by KarenJun 2021 "Not happy about key collection." I had ring a few numbers several times to resolve. In the end I didnt know I had a key untol 4pm on day of arrival. Not good enough. Reviewed by StephenSep 2020 Show more Summary Three bedrooms: 1 x ground-floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Utility Sitting room Landing with balcony area. Electric central heating and electric fire Electric oven and hobs, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Communal garden Off-road parking for 2 cars One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking allowed Pub within 0.2 miles, shop within 4.3 miles The property A charming cottage nestled near the coast of County Waterford, No 5. An Seanachal is a wondrous property boasting everything you could need for a fantastic family trip in the south-west of Ireland. As you head on through the character red front door of the property, kick off your boots in the hallway and begin your exploration of the house, with three bedrooms including one on the ground floor, the layout of this property is perfect for all the family to come along on the adventure to Ireland. Once you’ve settled in and unpacked your things, gather around the dining table in the kitchen with a cup of tea to discuss your plan of action for the day; with ample seating for all the party, the kitchen is a wonderfully sociable room where you can gather to eat dinner together or play family games in the evening. The sitting room is a spacious spot where you can congregate and relax together in front of the television, flick on the electric fire in the winter months with a hot chocolate and your favourite film before heading to bed before your day full of fun. Each of the bedrooms is designed in a similar, simple but stylish manor, using neutral colours, they provide a pleasant space to rest or indulge in the escapism of a good book, or for a spot of individual relaxation, head to the landing where you can find a homely spot to kick back and relax. The local area provides the perfect opportunity to take a scenic stroll to two of the traditional Irish bars within close proximity to the property, head here in the evenings for a lively atmosphere and a wide array of delicious beverages. For a day out at the coast, the town and harbour of Dungarvan provides a brilliant opportunity to experience stunning scenery and all-around family fun, known to be the starting point for the Waterfront Greenaway, a 46km off-road cycling and walking trail, you can be sure to see a wide variety of scenic spots including gardens and art to observe; it’s an astonishing area well worth a visit, if not for the scenes, then for its brilliant shopping experiences, its breath-taking castle and its captivating museum. Surrounded by a wealth of beautiful landscapes and exciting activities, No 5. An Seanachal is the perfect base for an action-packed adventure with your family. About the location RING, COUNTY WATERFORD Dungarvan 6 miles. The region of Ring is situated on a peninsula, overlooking Dungarvan Harbour, just 6 miles from the town itself. Ring has many townlands, and is a rapidly growing area, already home to a restaurant, 5 pubs, and a Post Office. The area has two fishing piers, two beaches and a cove, and from Ring, you can walk the path across the sands of Dungarvan Bay, right to the edge of the town. The harbour town of Dungarvan has a whole host of exciting activities for guests to enjoy, including fishing, boating and wind surfing, while the delightful harbourside cafes, pubs and restaurants will tantalise your tastebuds. There are also three golf courses within easy reach of Dungarvan, and sea angling can be arranged from Helvick Head. A little further afield, Waterford town, New Ross and County Tipperary are all waiting to be discovered.