A delightful annex resting next to the owner’s home in Bannow, on the south-west coast of County Wexford.
This well-presented dwelling offers three lovely bedrooms, sleeping five guests, providing a superb touring base from which to explore all the hidden gems this region has to offer.
Set over two floors, enter into the snug lounge area where you can put your feet up and unwind beside the open fire, a perfect way to wind down after a day of exploring the rugged coastline.
The galley-style kitchen is compact but well-equipped, with all you could need for a self-catered stay, including an electric oven and hob, fridge and a dishwasher.
The bedrooms comprise of a double, a twin and a single, and can all be found upstairs, along with a bathroom.
Outside, lawned gardens surround the property providing plenty of space for your four-legged friends to roam, while there is an abundance of rural walks from the doorstep if you fancy exploring further.
Wellingtonbridge is just a short drive away and offers a choice of local amenities including a supermarket, three pubs, and a variety of restaurants and takeaways.
For days out, there are some lovely beaches at Bannow and Cullenstown, or head to the iconic Hook Lighthouse, said to be the oldest operational lighthouse in the world.
Uncover a line of monastic Irish history at Tintern Abbey, watch migratory birds flock at the scene at Wexford Wildfowl Reserve or enjoy an unforgettable tour of the Irish National Heritage Park, all within an hour’s drive from Brandane Cottage.
A welcoming coastal getaway for families and friends, any time of year.