Enniscorthy 4.6 miles.
The property is situated 2 miles outside ferns village which has a historical past in Irish history.
Lying just under five miles from County Wexford's second-largest town of Enniscorthy, Ballylough Farmhouse is a beautiful semi-detached cottage, part of a 200-year-old farmhouse in the midst of Ireland's south-east countryside.
Not far from the M11 which provides easy access to Dublin and the coast, Ballylough Farmhouse is a perfect touring base for a family or group of seven, hosting four bedrooms.
Enter through the handy utility area housing the washing machine, passing the ground-floor shower room before being welcomed into the contemporary kitchen/diner, met with a sleek breakfast bar and quality appliances.
Rustle up delicious self-catered dishes in here to be enjoyed at the dining table, or indulge in alfresco dining on the patio furniture outside on a warm summer day.
The sitting room presents an elegant spot to unwind, with a plush corner sofa to sink into as the woodburning stove crackles in the background, adding ambiance to your movie night.
Take the stairs to the first floor when night falls to find four bedrooms, with a single bedroom and three double bedrooms to choose from, all with light and bright interior and plenty of storage for your things.
Freshen up in the shower room also found on this floor before you begin your adventures for the day.
Ballylough Farmhouse makes an excellent touring base for the countryside and coast, with a handful of stunning beaches to explore, including Curracloe Beach, Ballinesker Beach, Tinnaberna Beach, Morriscastle Beach and Old Bawn Beach, all part of a long stretch of sandy shores along Wexford's coastline.
Spend the day exploring the Secret Valley Wildlife Park for animal encounters, exotic and native wildlife, pony rides and other family activities, or venture over to The National Reptile Zoo in Kilkenny for the day!
Enniscorthy lies just under five miles away and boasts plenty of attractions like Enniscorthy Castle, National 1798 Rebellion Centre, alongside lots of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Wells House & Gardens offers a delightful outing exploring this country house from the 1800s, while the Irish National Heritage Park in Wexford town is home to a 35-acre living history park, even with costumed guides!
Walkers can look forward to the challenges of several mountains in the vicinity including Forth Mountain boasting epic views across the coast, and Mount Leinster, popular for hang gliding and biking too.
Enjoy a wonderful break to Wexford with your loved ones from Ballylough Farmhouse.