Granary Cottage .. Lots Of Character, Peace And Quiet And All The Mod Cons !

Granary Cottage, originally built in 1899, has been lovingly converted and retains its many traditional features of beamed ceilings, painted stone walls and antique furniture. The cottage front door has an old-style canopy and leads into an attractive hallway with a high ceiling, painted stone walls and antique furniture from where a vintage door with small glass panes opens into the main living area. The living room includes lounge, dining area and kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. The dining table seats 5 and there is a comfortable couch and 2 easy chairs as well as a writing desk in the lounge area. There is a flat screen Satellite TV, and free Wi Fi. The ground floor bathroom has shower enclosure and WC, and there is also a single bedroom on the ground floor. Upstairs the large ...

...en-suite master bedroom has canopied 5 ft double bed, antique furniture and wood burning stove making it the perfect place for reading, writing, or listening to music. The new en-suite bathroom has bath with shower, hand basin and toilet. The attic bedroom, more suited to children than adults, has 2 single beds and is much loved by children, and there is also a toilet on this floor. We have four other converted stone cottages on Warren Farm, located in an enclosed garden courtyard, each cottage having a private garden area with a patio table and chairs and BBQ. Horseshoe, Doyle's and Dairy cottages have 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and Coach House has 1 bedroom and all have fully equipped kitchens, central heating and free Wi Fi. Granary cottage has its own driveway, parking area and a large private fragrant garden with garden furniture and BBQ.

Exotic plants in Granary Cottage garden Countryside view from Master Bedroom

Wexford located in the Sunny southeast of Ireland famous for its picturesque towns, wonderful food and great beaches is an ideal destination for family holidays or a relaxing 'get away from it all' holiday and there is a huge variety of places of interest when staying at Warren Farm.

Wexford has a rich and varied history, attracting many settlers and absorbing different cultures. The countryside has gently rolling hills, a rich patchwork of cultivated farmland, dotted with medieval castles and great houses. Its extensive coastline consists varies from long sandy beaches to the east with a more rocky coastline with pretty harbours and sandy coves to the south. Hook Head Lighthouse on the peninsula of the same name has a visitor facility and guided tours of this the oldest lighthouse in Europe from where whales can sometimes be seen.

Our strong Norman heritage is very evident in the Martello towers, and there are also many abbeys and castles to visit including Dunbrody Abbey, Tintern Abbey, Ballyhack Castle and Jerpoint Abbey which are open to the public.

The Blackstairs mountains north of New Ross are very popular for walking and hang gliding, and there are many lovely drives from Warren Farm which take in the mountains and pretty river valleys with charming villages to pause for some photos and a drink or a snack. The marked coastal path is also popular with walkers.

The extensive JFK Park/Arboretum has shrubs and trees from all over the world and visitors center with interesting audio visual presentations, and from the highest point in the park you can see the coastline and 5 counties.

The farm is located on the road between JFK Park and JFK Ancestral Home where the John F. Kennedy's great-grandfather was born, so this is Kennedy country and there is an interesting museum to visit at JFK Homestead down the road! The Irish National Heritage Park near Wexford is an exciting heritage trail introducing visitors to ring forts, crannogs, viking houses, monastic settlements, a celtic farm with traditional breeds of animals.

Local activities include horse riding, golf, Par 3, walking, water sports, visits to Dunbrody & Tintern Abbeys and local gardens and whale watching trips off Hook Head. Amongst the local festivities are the New Ross Dunbrody Festival in July and Piano Festival in September and the Steam & Vintage Rally in Whitechurch in August.

The Waterford Coast is a very pretty with high cliffs and little sandy coves and occasional picturesque villages and harbours. The newly opened Waterford Walking and Cycle Path uses the former railway route between Waterford City and Dungarvan and features beautiful high viaduct bridges, tunnels and underpasses, beautiful countryside and in places has fabulous coastal and sea views also. Bicycles can be hired by arrangement, and there are a number of car parking areas along the Route.

We are located two hours drive south of Dublin, 2 hours from Cork and 45 minutes drive from Rosslare Harbour.
If you fly into Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Waterford we have competitively priced link for Car Hire on our website

Booking Deposit is Euro 95 per week.
Cot and highchair on request no charge.
Payments by VISA and MasterCard, or Bank Transfer.
Prices are fully inclusive we have no extra Booking charges or Credit Card fees.
Please Note: Week-ends/short breaks are not available for June, July, August & September. Please Email us for short break late availability.

Ample off-road Parking
Garden Furniture
Owners live in main farmhouse nearby for friendly help and information!

"We loved it here, the cottage is magic, so full of character, kitchen well-equipped, garden lovely to sit out 7 relax in. Weathter was great - only one wet day- so much to see and do, not enough time. Thank you Patricia for being so kind & helpful. We will return if you'll have us!" Liz, Pete & Sam. U.K.

"Lovely cottage, full of character. the girls aid their beds were like "nests", so cosy! Lots of rain but sun when it mattered. Thanks Patricia & Roger for being great hosts!" Gill & Blaine. Canada

"Thank you for our stay. This lovely cottage was the perfect place to spend our 1st anniversary. All 3 of us enjoyed the lovely walks and sights. We can't believe we saw 2 abbeys, 3 castles, a fort and an 800 yr old lighthouse all in one day! We look forward to our next visit" Kerry Simon & Jet. N. Ireland

Rental PricesPrices based on a 7 night rental
1 - 26 April 2024
27 April - 7 June 2024
8 - 28 June 2024
29 June - 30 August 2024
31 August - 27 September 2024
28 September - 14 October 2023

Note: To make a booking we need a deposit of Euro 95 with the balance due 2 weeks before your holiday.
Start days are flexible with min stay of 7 ...

We can accept payment by VISA/MasterCard, Bank Transfer.
The price is fully inclusive ... bedlinen, towels, electricity, heating, cots, Wi FI ...
Tel. 00353 51 388111.

Prices may be subject to change.

Change Day: Flexible

The booking deposit is Euro 95 per week with the balance due 4 weeks before your holiday.
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