Enveloped by open countryside and close to Newtownmountkennedy rests this delightful country cottage.
Guests at Audouin will find ample off-road parking next to the pastures which are home to grazing cattle, sheep and horses.
Step inside this end-terrace home and discover the contemporary kitchen/diner which is fully equipped for your self-catered stay and includes an electric oven, hob and dishwasher.
Adjacent is the relaxing sitting room complete with a cosy wood burning stove, soft sofas and a 50" Smart TV to provide for all your entertainment needs.
Venture upstairs where you will find a beautifully presented double room which offers an extra long superking bed and spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
The family bedroom offers flexible sleeping arrangements and can be set up as either three single beds or a standard superking and a single, with comforting views of the garden and sheep paddock beyond.
Between the bedrooms is the relaxing bathroom.
Choose a soak in the tub or a refreshing rainfall shower and enjoy the luxury of cosy, heated towels.
The cottages are surrounded by an enclosed garden area with outdoor furniture and a barbecue to allow you to make the most of the fresh country air whilst the walks at Kilmurry Woods are a just a short stroll up the hill
Explore the local area with a visit to Newtownmountkennedy - an amazing little town where you will find pubs, cafes and restaurants along with a post office, a pharmacy and a wide array of convenience stores.
Enjoy a woodland walk by the Altidore river, browse round the famous Fishers of Newtown or pay a visit to the Tap Room at Wicklow Wolf brewery.
Slightly further afield you will find wonderful walks at Glen of the Downs Nature Trail, the Vartry Reservoir in Roundwood and The Devilâs Glen near Ashford.
Newcastle offers birdwatching at the beautiful East Coast Nature Reserve, restorative walks along its peaceful shingle beach and a welcoming pub in the village.
The coastal resort of Greystones is within easy reach of Audouin.
The main street of this lovely town is home to the original Happy Pear as well as many other excellent restaurants and cafes.
Stroll along the seafront and explore the harbour area where you will find the start of the famous Cliff Walk which takes you through stunning coastal scenery to the seaside town of Bray.
Wicklow is well known as a golfers paradise with local clubs Roundwood and Glen Mill closest to Audouin and Delgany, Greystones and Druids Glen nearby.
Drive a little further and you will find Powerscourt, The European and Woodenbridge - just a few of the many quality courses Wicklow has to offer.
Audouin sits about 20 miles south of Dublin City, in the foothills of the magnificent Wicklow Mountains National Park with its plethora of peaks, lakes and splendid scenery.
Visit Glendalough, view Lough Tay, climb Lugnaquilla or seek out the PS I Love You bridge which featured in the hit film.
For a blissful escape choose to stay at Audouin.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1089769 and Ref. 1089745, together sleeping up to 15 guests.