Enniscorthy 1.2 miles.
Carley's Bridge House is an impressive family holiday home resting on the outskirts of County Wexford's second-largest town, Enniscorthy.
Combining an eclectic mix of contemporary furnishing and traditional features, this wonderful abode is perfect for an escape to Ireland with your loved ones.
Park up outside the house and marvel at the ivy-covered exterior creating a rustic look to the property, while the soothing sounds of the flowing river creates the perfect setting from which to unwind with a refreshing beverage in hand in your own private courtyard.
Venture into the stylish kitchen/diner, carrying on the character of the property with its traditional Stanley and high quality range of appliances, here you can enjoy all your home-cooked meals together, with the adjoining utility also boasting assistance in the form of a fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer, offering all you could need for a week-long stay.
Spend quality time together within the sitting room, the woodburning stove offering a welcoming warmth in the winter months as well as providing dual access to the impressive checkered hallway, where you will find both a bright and airy conservatory and a remarkable library with books aplenty lining the walls, both making a lovely spot to delve into a good book.
The ground floor is also home to a convenient cloakroom, whilst venturing upstairs past the original stained glass windows on the landing will bring you to find the spacious family bathroom, where you can choose from a soak in the tub or a refreshing shower to unwind each evening before catching your rest in one of the four bedrooms; hosting three king-size rooms, the first presenting the original floral wallpaper panelled off as a feature above the bed, and a fourth and final double room, you can ensure each guest has a snug spot to rest.
Soak up the sunshine out in the garden where you can indulge in dinner alfresco, or head to the nearby river and enjoy a spot of fishing.
Head out to explore the wonders of Enniscorthy, resting amongst the beauty of the River Slaney, this charming town offers its visitors a wonderful host of amenities, with all of pubs, cafés and restaurants to choose from when you don't feel like cooking, as well as a good selection of general stores selling fresh ingredients, perfect for when you're seeking snacks for a picnic with your loved ones.
The town also boasts rich history spanning back to over 1500 years; explore the wonder of its Norman castle where you can also find the Wexford County Museum letting you learn more about the varied history of the area, while the National 1798 Rebellion Centre is an interactive museum dedicated to the famous 1798 rising.
There are plenty of leisure activities within the town too including a swimming pool, leisure centre, golf and tennis, while the property also benefits from being within easy reach of the Blackstairs Mountains and Ireland's longest beach, Curracloe, both offering their own unique experiences whether you're seeking a day of action-packed rambling or time soaking up the sun on the Blue Flag status sands.
Visit Wexford for wonderful shopping experiences and even more eateries to cater to your cuisine needs, being sure to explore the Irish National Heritage Park on your way to find 35-acres of living history with tours with costumed guides creating a fun-filled day out for all the family.
In easy reach of so many coastal and countryside attractions, there's no better choice than Carley's Bridge House for an escape to Ireland.