This wonderful two-storey property is attached to the owner's farm house on a working farm in the pretty village of Tinahely, County Wicklow.
Wheelchair adapted and suitable for the elderly, this cottage has been thoughtfully arranged with a star lift and a ground floor bathroom, including a wet room with grab rails.
Bring along your loved ones to make the most of the homely country cottage interior, a heart-warming place to relax or socialise throughout the day.
Inside, discover the kitchen/diner, a lovely layout with a traditional twist, perfect for breakfast or dinner together after a touring adventure.
The sitting room offers somewhere peaceful to escape to in the evening, a neutral yet sophisticated set up with an open fire and collection of sumptuous seating.
Upstairs lie three bedrooms; two doubles ooze charm and style, well-coordinated to match the feel of Moyne House, with a separate stairway conveniently leading up to one of the rooms.
There is also a single option, should you wish to make use of this, and a travel cot provided for a little one.
Out in the location, the retreat is set on Wicklow Way where walking opportunities can be arranged, and the children have access to the pleasant garden which boasts a slide and a swing, perfect for a sunny afternoon.
Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the best of horse riding, golf and beaches nearby, while the local town Aughrim, voted best in Ireland, brings you picturesque amenities with several shops and pubs to uncover.
Wicklow is often referred to as the Garden of Ireland with admirable scenery and excellent walking terrain, not forgetting 20 golf courses or Dublin one hour away.
All you need for a peaceful getaway in Ireland.
About the location
TINAHELY, COUNTY WICKLOW
Aughrim 5 miles; Avoca 11 miles; Dublin 50 miles.
The pretty village of Tinahely, with a pub and shop, is also home to The Courthouse Arts Centre, which hosts musical performances, artist exhibitions, and play and film screenings. This area of Wicklow is the ideal base from which to plan an angling holiday. Wild Brown Trout are plentiful in the rivers and lakes of the Wicklow Mountains. For the sea angler, Bass, Smooth Hound, Tope and Grey Mullet to name but a few can be targeted from the local coastline. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy horse riding, golf, Wicklow Way Walking and beaches nearby, while the local town Aughrim, voted best town in Ireland, is very old and picturesque with several shops and pubs to explore. Nearby Avoca is home to the TV series, Ballykissangel, and Avoca hand-weaving and craft shops. Wicklow is often referred to as the Garden of Ireland with stunning scenery and excellent walking terrain, and boasts 20 golf courses. Why not enjoy the traditional Irish pubs and music, embracing all this wonderful part of Ireland has to offer?