Fethard-on-Sea 1 mile.
Located in the tranquil townland of Connagh just a mile from the pretty village of Fethard-on-Sea in County Wexford is this homely detached holiday cottage.
Resting in a peaceful location and enjoying far-reaching rural views, this Fethard-on-Sea cottage represents a fantastic retreat for a family or friends seeking to relax and get away from it all in this wonderful region.
Set across one floor, this Fethard-on-Sea cottage boasts three comfortable bedrooms, a bright, spacious dining room and a cosy sitting room with an open fire, ideal for warming up after a day on the nearby golden, sandy beach.
The large, lawned rear garden at this Fethard-on-Sea cottage is great for children or pets to play in while the village itself is just a mile away and offers a supermarket, as well as a selection of shops and pubs, one of which is renowned for its award-winning cuisine.
The Sunny South East of Ireland has much to offer, and this cottage is the perfect base from which to explore it.
Take the scenic drive along the Ring of Hook to the picturesque Hook Lighthouse, the oldest in Ireland, or spend the day exploring the JFK Arboretum.
Take a day trip to historic Waterford or visit the Dunbrody Famine Ship in New Ross - with so many options you'll be spoilt for choice on your Irish cottage holiday.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Two shower rooms with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room with multi-fuel stove. Sitting room (seats 5) with open fire.
About the location
FETHARD-ON-SEA, COUNTY WEXFORD
Duncannon 5.5 miles; New Ross 17 miles; Waterford 31.5 miles.
Fethard-on-Sea is a village nestling to the east of the Hook Peninsula, in the south-west of lovely County Wexford. Fethard-on-Sea has a colourful history, including the lifeboat tragedy of 1914, and the Fethard-on-Sea Boycott, which has been immortalised in print and on film. Now a quiet fishing and holiday village, Fethard makes a great base to enjoy sandy beaches, shops and pubs. The Hook Peninsula continues to attract visitors due to the ancient lighthouse and a multitude of beaches. There is a beach a day for a fortnight on the Peninsula, plus there are a variety of watersports, such as diving, snorkelling and shore angling, along with painting and birdwatching. There are many interesting historical sites to visit, such as Tintern Abbey with its walled garden, guided tour and forest walk and medieval abbeys in Dunbrody and Graiguenamanagh, plus the star shaped Elizabethan Fort at Duncannon houses a military and maritime museum, and The Cockleshell Art Gallery. Head up to New Ross and visit the JFK Arboretum or the Dunbrody Famine Ship, or travel over to Waterford in the west or Wexford in the east to take in all they have to offer, from the Wexford Opera House, Johnstown Castle and The Heritage Park to Waterford Castle and Waterford Crystal.