You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Fethard-On-Sea, Hook Peninsula, County Wexford. It is a Semi-detached Cottage.
Situated on Hookless Holiday Homes, three miles from Fethard-on-Sea on the delightful Hook Peninsula. On a private five-acre site ideal for couples or families; there is something for everyone. Free WiFi is provided and Sandeel Bay is only a short stroll away with rock pools to explore or sandcastles to be built. Evening entertainment is provided throughout the summer and there are playgrounds, tennis courts and sports pitches to enjoy.
Shop 3 miles. Pub. Restaurant 2 miles. Beach 528 yards.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, double or twin with ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe, w.c. FF: double with ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe, double or twin with ensuite shower room.
Electricity included up to 100 units and is charged at 0.20c thereafter, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, TV, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, internet access, open plan garden, decked area, garden furniture, private off road parking, childrens playground, tennis. Sorry no pets.
~ Allocation is on arrival so interiors may differ slightly.
~ Onsite there are two playgrounds, tennis courts and sports pitches. Evening entertainment is provided throughout the summer.
Fethard-on-Sea is a seaside village with three shops, a bar, two restaurants, a chip shop, a cafe and a pharmacy.
Slainte Tradtional Chipper in Ramsgrance offer a great range of takeaway opptions and will deliver to the homes! Menus are available inside each home.
Wexford Town is less than an hours' drive and has much to offer all ages from shopping to theatre.
~ Hook Lighthouse was built over 800 years ago and is the world's oldest operational lighthouse. The visitor centre is open year round with their gift shop and cafe, and guided tours are available.
~ Loftus Hall is renowned for being Ireland's most Haunted House. Situated on the Ring of Hook scenic drive, it also has it's own private beach, fairy door trail, walled garden and cafe.
~ Tintern Abbey is a 13th Century Cistercian ruin. Founded in 1203 by William Marshal following a rough voyage across the seas the Abbey is reaped in history to explore.
~ Ballyhack to Passage East Car Ferry is a twenty-minute drive away and gives easy access in to County Waterford. It's cash only so be sure to take some change!
Football Pitch, Tennis, Childrens Playground on site.