Saltmills 1.5 miles.
Oyster Bay is a lovely refurbished bungalow, offering spacious ground floor accommodation with stunning views of the nearby bay.
The sitting room has an open fire, plenty of seating, a TV complete with Sky box and is a lovely, bright space to relax in.
The kitchen is a lovely space with lots of windows allowing in plenty of light.
It too has undergone recent refurbishment and is complete with many essential amenities such as a microwave, fridge/freezer, cooker, dishwasher and a dining table with chairs that sits up to eight people.
The adjoining utility room houses the washing machine, tumble dryer and ironing board.
The property has three bedrooms; two doubles and a twin bedroom with trundle beds that can be pulled out to sleep four, if necessary.
The family bathroom includes a wet room power shower, toilet and sink.
To the exterior of the property, there is a generous sized garden, plus at the front of the property you can enjoy stunning views of the nearby bay.
There is a fascinating shipwreck on the bay that is very popular with visiting tourists and it is visible from the front of the property.
The property includes buckets and spades for little ones who are keen to spend a day on the beach digging in the sand.
Oyster Bay is in a quaint and quiet location, but is close to the beach and only a short distance from County Wexford, making it a great base for exploring this area of Ireland.
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.