Settled in Killoggan near Fethard-on-Sea, County Wexford, is this lovely four-bedroom bungalow, Hook Head Hideaway.
Enjoying a fantastic coastal position situated on half an acre of land with easy access to a plethora of beautiful beaches, Hook Head Hideaway is a fabulous dog-friendly choice for a group or family of nine.
Upon arrival, you will find off-road parking and a delightful rear garden with patio, furniture, and barbecue, perfect for evenings spent dining alfresco.
Step into your new home-from-home, where you’ll find an inviting sitting room, featuring plush seating, a Free-to-air TV and a crackling woodburning stove, sure to be your pooches favourite spot, as well as an open-plan living space with additional sitting area with TV, dining seating for four, and a well-equipped kitchen for rustling up family favourites.
Continue through to find a well-appointed bathroom, where you can indulge in a leisurely soak in the bath or wash the day away in the separate walk-in shower.
When sleep calls, four beautifully decorated bedrooms await, three doubles with one benefitting from its own en-suite shower room, and a wonderful triple bunk, perfect for the little ones to enjoy sleepovers in.
Explore your surroundings, where you can treat your loved ones to a meal at the nearby Templars Inn, or wander down to the beautiful Dollar Bay, one of Fethard's many stunning beaches, where you can beachcomb the shores and take in the breath-taking views.
For a wider selection of amenities, head over to Fethard-on-Sea, less than 5 minutes away, where you can sample local ales at Molloys Bar, stock up on essentials at the well-stocked convenience store, or order in fresh fish and chips from Milano’s Takeaway.
Make sure to visit Gralinn, an awarding winning coffee shop, renowned for their speciality doughnuts and other delights.
Enjoy the pleasure of a sunset kayaking adventure with "The Irish Experience" from the beautiful Bagin bun beach around the Hook peninsula.
The Hook Head lighthouse is a must see as it is the second oldest working lighthouse in the world, only 10 minutes away.
Continue to Duncannon, where you can visit the fascinating Duncannon Fort, spend a day at Duncannon Beach, indulge in the delights of The Strand Tavern and Roches Bar & Restaurant, or try your hand at kitesurfing at Hooked Kitesurfing.
Next stop is New Ross, where you’ll find the Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience, Kennedy Park, and the welcoming eateries of The Cracked Teapot and The Holy Grail Restaurant or enjoy a relaxing treatment in the Solas Croi Spa.
For a memorable day trip, venture over to Waterford, home to the Waterford Treasures Medieval Museum, Cathedral of the Most, the Edmund Rice Heritage Centre and Reginald’s Tower.
Your journey to Ireland begins at Hook Head Hideaway.