4.7★ Sykes rating 10 Guests 5 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews lovely (9) house (9) great (9) owner (8) holiday (8) family (7) 17 Customer Reviews "Owner very helpful and available." Loads of room, lots of areas to be together or have peace reading a book. Beautiful gardens. Delighted you enjoyed your stay and the facilities. Welcome back any time. Property Owner Reviewed by Edel5.0★Jul 2023 "Sanderling House is a fantastic house, great for a large family, fantastic big kitchen and beautiful garden great for kids to play safely in." Brian the host is very responsive, you won't be stuck if you need something! We had the best holiday and we will definitely be back again, it was one of our favourite houses that we have stayed in! Reviewed by Sharon4.7★Jun 2023 "House is a lovely size for a group and the grounds are great for children to play ball ect." .There are a few small things could be improved. Lots of steps if you are not good on your feet.Wonderful conservatory kitchen with loads of light and space. Reviewed by Monica4.1★Jun 2023 "The owner was so responsive and helpful in ensuring that we had a wonderful stay." It was a beautiful location. Would go back in a heartbeat. Reviewed by Roisin5.0★Nov 2022 "We chose Sanderling Lodge as a base in Wexford to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary with our adult children and our grandchildren and our two small well behaved King Charles dogs and were not disappointed." It is a fine well kept if well used house the core of which is the extensive modern bright and airy kitchen extension which lacks nothing in seating, appliances and everything required to cater for at least 10 guests. The 5 bedrooms in the older part of the house were clean and functional with spotless bed linen with two ensuite including the master bedroom which had lovely views of greenfields surrounding the house and the nearby sea. Plenty of space inside and out for any children in the party to play. Recommend nearby Meylers Pub for best pint of Guinness and food and viewing of the old Windmill. Nearby Carne Beach for swimming as swimming at the local beach Rostoon is not safe but good for fishing. Visit to Mary Barrys in Kilmore a must for best seafood and ambiance in this part of Wexford. Nearby Sigginstown Castle well worth a visit, open on Friday afternoon at 2.30 and 4. Niggles very few, nothing of note except leaky tap in kitchen. Brian the owner very helpful and available if any problems. Overall great holiday. Thank you for feedback. Great to hear from you. Tap replaced, heating system and controls upgraded. We are delighted to receive such feedback and continue to improve our offering to guests Property Owner Reviewed by Anthony4.4★Aug 2022 "Very confusing instructions regarding all aspects of waste disposal…." Thank you for your feedback. All refuse is be removed and taken off site in accordance with Covid regulations. Killinick has a machine with tokens for disposal. If you had any concerns regarding this during you stay, we would have been happy to assist and provide further information. Property Owner Reviewed by Mary3.8★Jul 2022 "We were a family group of 5 adults, 4 children and our dog and we had a wonderful stay in Sanderling Lodge." The place was spotlessly clean and lovely and spacious and the beds were really comfy. It could easily hold us all without feeling on top of one another. The garden is huge and well maintained and play area for the younger kids was perfect for keeping them entertained. We had some minor issues with kitchen sockets tripping, kitchen tap getting stuck and one of the upstairs bedroom doors locking, none of which impacted in any major way on our enjoyment of the holiday. Brian was very helpful and communicative and welcomed our feedback and I have no doubt that those issues were sorted for the next guests. Reviewed by Dearbhla4.7★Jul 2022 "We had a fantastic week's holiday at Sanderling Lodge." We were a family group of 10 including 4 kiddies, and our dog, and the house far exceeded the description online. The facilities and equipment for cooking were especially good... everything you would ever need to prepare a meal was included. The outside garden space was appreciated by the kiddies who explored the swings, slides and Wendy house . There is lots to see and do in the area but the highlight was definitely our trip to the Saltees to see the puffins. The friendly owner was very helpful giving us lots of advice . We hope to return next year which is the highest compliment we can give . Reviewed by Sandy5.0★Jun 2022 "Lovely large spacious home." Great for large family holidays. Great facilities including excellent WiFi. The location is beautiful with an amazing beach a short walk away. The local pub serves a great pint of Guinness and lovely food. Our hosts were very welcoming and helpful. We will definitely use this home again. Reviewed by J5.0★May 2022 "We all had a great time." Everything you need is there. House is very spacious and the garden is great for the kids to run about. Brian the owner was lovely. He rang me as soon as i booked and recommended places. I paid £250 deposit and was put straight back into my bank the night we left. Electric and gas was taken out of it but only about £60 for the whole week and we had the gas on a lot. Meylers pub was good with a pool table for the older ones. Highly recommended. Reviewed by Jt5.0★Apr 2022 "Fantastic house in gorgeous surroundings ." Lots of space to be together or do your own thing . A few minor points let it down though these were minor . It would have been nice to have been informed at the time of booking that £300 bond was required not after final payment was made . The management need to get tthier act together regarding collection of bond ,one person introduced herself as the cleaner and asked for £400 the next lady asked for £300 after a long conversation with the owner , which we paid no receipt was issued . The oil and electric were to be paid by meter reading on the last day It would have been nice to have been informed what the opening readings were .Neither freezer was usable as they were so iced up .The range cooker only had the ovens usable as the rings were gas. No gas.?The recycling centre only takes cardboard plastic glass etc. Any other waste has to be taken to a local centre at a cost of €8 Don’t mind that but it again would have been nice to know on booking These again were minor points didn’t spoil our holiday in the least Reviewed by Alan4.1★Jul 2019 "Home owners were lovely, any problems were all dealt with swiftly." (All minor) Reviewed by Jaqeuline4.4★Sep 2018 "We had a wonderful holiday in Sanderling." The house is spacious and really well-equipped, with brilliant facilities for families in particular - our children were able to roam safely on the grounds, explore the playground area and enjoy all the toys and games in the house. With the other buildings on-site, it would also be a great venue for a large family gathering. Annabel and Brian were great hosts and so considerate. We would definitely go back. Reviewed by Aisling5.0★Jul 2018 "Sanderling Lodge is a really lovely place to stay." We stayed with my two sons and their young families and it worked wonderfully , one family with the big boys upstairs, little one in the cot with his mum and dad downstairs and us two in the annex, so, all close but with space and privacy. The wonderful full-length kitchen could have board games at one end, quiet reading at the other and bird watching in the middle. We had wonderful weather so we were out playing ball games in the big garden, or going round to the play area where the kids played on the slides and in the little house which was a big hit. Everything we could need was provided and we would love to stay again. All communication with the owner was straightforward and the caretaker dropped by to check we were all good. (We had a great meal at Mary Barry's, very child friendly with a great menu and play area, so we all reccommend going there.) Thank you for a great family stay, and we look forward to a return. Reviewed by Caroline5.0★May 2018 "Sanderling is a great holiday home in a lovely part of Wexford, we were a large group 10 and there was tons of space, Weather wasn't great but the kids didn't want to leave, a big shout out for Jo, who was excellent for any problem we may have had as was Tony the owner." Regards Frank Reviewed by Francis5.0★Mar 2018 "Lovely location for extended family to stay great living space and safe for all the family to enjoy." Reviewed by A4.0★Oct 2017 "Quiet relaxing holiday in a spacious, high quality finished house in a beautiful part of the country." Reviewed by A5.0★Aug 2017 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Five bedrooms: Main house 1 x superking-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC 2 x ground floor doubles, one with en-suite shower, basin and WC 1 x single with trundle bed, 1 x twin Bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC Open plan living area with kitchen, breakfast bar, dining area and sitting area Utility Downstairs WC Second sitting room with multi-fuel stove Second kitchen/dining area with range ovens. Oil central heating with multi-fuel stove, 1 x Electric oven and hob, range cooker with electric ovens, 2 microwaves, 2 x fridge, 2 x freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with Saorview, 1 x DVD, WIFI, selection of books, games and DVDs, Nespresso Machine Playground areas plus outdoor wendyhouse Electricity, Oil charged via meter reading Starter pack for stove inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Recycling centre on-site Travel cot and highchair on request Ample off road parking Lawn and patio garden to rear with furniture One small well-behaved pet Pub 8 mins walk, Shop 2 miles Note: There are overhead electricity lines bordering the property - any form of kite flying is not advisable or permitted. The property Tacumshane 0.7 miles. An enormous, contemporary converted farmhouse near the delightful Irish village of Tacumshane in County Wexford, in close proximity to Carne and Our Lady's Island. With the vast amount of living space in this property, it is ideal for large families and groups in such a fantastic area of Ireland. The regal, stately white building welcomes you into a monstrous open plan kitchen, living and sitting area dominating the majority of the ground floor. The refreshing, contemporary decor gives this property a real relaxing feeling with its range of living space and comfortable seating. The ground floor boasts two sitting areas, two dining areas (one seats 14, the other 6) and a large well-furnished kitchen with a breakfast bar able to seat 5. It also offers two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite and French doors out to the patio, and one in the old library. The upstairs continues the stylish simple yet effective vibe with four large bedrooms and a family bathroom bursting with bright white decor and bare wood furnishing. The upstairs windows present phenomenal views of the surrounding area. Sanderling Lodge is an important feature of the Wexford scenery, especially its majestic garden, beautifully-kept lawn alongside a patio providing the perfect place to sit with a drink whilst enjoying the sunset as the children make the most of the colossal garden. This house is situated within short walking distance from amenities, in a village that also offers the Republic of Ireland's only surviving working windmill. The nearby Our Lady's Island lake and Tacumshane Lake are areas of great attraction with anglers and birdwatchers, as are the series of golf courses. Further afield is the fishing village of Kilmore Quay which also boasts many beaches and other amenities. This tremendous, majestic house is located in a well-cultured, beautiful part of Ireland. Note: This house can be rented with The Owl's Hoot (965502) and Swallow's Nest (962013) allowing a party of 18 to enjoy. Fence Farm Cottages Three lavish cottages joined together in a wonderful restored stone-built barn set in the County Wexford village of Tacumshane in Ireland. The property is in close proximity to Nearby Carne and Our Lady's Island. These contemporary cottages have a large garden area to share, making it family friendly, as well as a lockable door separating the two apartments, giving you the choice to have a huge open plan cottage or two separate living areas. These are three of our most stylish, contemporary self-catering cottages. All are beautifully furnished in a classy modern way, with granite worktops, contemporary furniture, big comfortable sofas,cosy and large bedrooms and an abundance of fresh wooden decor. The studio despite being compact has all that you need for a relaxing holiday at an easy reach, fantastically. The cottages have a shared garden area, with fashionable furniture and an enormous lawned area, perfect to sit and relax with a morning coffee or evening glass of wine whilst the children play. These cottages are set in the charming Irish town of Tacumshane, where Ireland's oldest serving windmill stands. Tacumshane is very popular with anglers and bird watchers at the town's lake. There are a number of golf courses nearby and an easily accessible coastal path. Further afield from Tacumshane is Kilmore Quay, a fishing village with many lakes and various beautiful sandy beaches. The county town of Wexford is less than 10 miles away, offering plenty of shops, pubs and eateries. Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of €300. About the location TACUMSHANE, COUNTY WEXFORD Wexford 9 miles. The small village of Tacumshane in County Wexford has a pub and restaurant, The Millhouse, and is home to the Republic of Ireland's only surviving windmill. Built in 1846, the timber used is thought to be beach driftwood or wood from the shipwrecks that were all too common in this coastal region. The windmill is now designated a national monument. This part of County Wexford has plenty on offer - Tacumshane Lake is a favourite with anglers and birdwatchers, there are many golf courses, and the coastal walking path is easily reached. Kilmore Quay fishing village is a few miles down the road, and there are some lovely beaches, ideal for relaxing and playing on the sand. The county town of Wexford is under 10 miles away, and offers plenty of amenities including shops, bars and good restaurants.