This architect-designed terraced cottage is one of a group of stone-built cottages, set around a courtyard, close to the County Wexford seaside village of Cullenstown.
Situated only a two minute walk from the coast, this lovely cottage is an ideal base for a family or group of friends with plenty to see and do within reach.
Once inside this charming cottage, you will find a well-equipped kitchen and a cosy sitting room with dining area, along with a welcoming, south-facing sun room, from where you may wish to enjoy a morning coffee before exploring the area, or use it as an evening retreat once you’ve enjoyed an excellent home-cooked meal.
Also on the ground floor is the convenience of a basin and WC, and once you’ve taken the steps up to the first floor you will find two bedrooms and bathroom.
Outside there’s off road parking and on a sunny evening enjoy a drink in the private lawned garden.
There are a number of attractions close by, including the Ballyteige Burrow Nature Reserve, the Cull Estuary and the Saltee Islands, and just a couple of miles away are the villages of Carrick and Duncormick.
The Hook Lighthouse at Hook Head and JFK's ancestral home and arboretum are also within reach, and a trip the Waterford city is a must.
After a busy day, return to this lovely cottage for a good night’s sleep before enjoying another adventure in the region known as the Sunny South East.
About the location
CULLENSTOWN, COUNTY WEXFORD
Wexford 16 miles; Rosslare 18 miles; New Ross 19 miles.
Cullenstown is a small village with a beautiful beach, and is home to the famous Shell Cottage, a pretty cottage entirely covered in shells. Conveniently situated a few minutes’ drive from Carrick-on-Bannow, also known as Carrick, renowned for its traditional music festival & sessions, and Duncormick, with its delightful thatched pub and scenic setting, Cullenstown has numerous unspoilt sandy beaches and beautiful rural walks within easy reach. Half an hour by car will take you to the clifftop village of Rosslare with its panoramic views over the coastline, the historic heritage town of Wexford with its narrow streets, world famous Opera House and quayside, and the port of New Ross, where you can experience life on an emigrant ship aboard the historic Dunbrody Famine Ship. The area is an ideal base for an action-packed holiday with great diving, angling, horse riding and coastal walks, or for simply touring this wonderful unspoilt part of Ireland.
Please note unlimited Wifi is available at this property at a cost of £5 per day or £15 per week, please contact the owner for details.