DescriptionOutside: Detached cottage on the edge of the quaint little fishing village of Slade with its 15th century castle at the end of Hook Head. Numerous sandy beaches including Blue Flag nearby. Hook Head Lighthouse (the oldest in Europe and flashiest in the world according to The Lonely Planet Guide). Ideal for bird watching – spring and autumn migration, scuba diving, fishing, sailing and golf. Passage East ferry for Waterford (11 miles). Tintern and Dunbrody Abbeys close by. Whale, porpoise and dolphin watching (during winter months only). Shielbaggan Outdoor Centre. Patio with garden furniture.
Inside: Well furnished and equipped with kitchen/dining room with Belfast sink and wood burning stove, sitting room with open fire and French doors to patio, separate shower, separate W.C. and stairs to two bedrooms, one with one double and one with two single beds. Electric heating. Duvets. Camp bed. Free to air TV/DVD. CD/radio. Washing machine. Microwave. Hairdryer. No smoking. One pet only extra.
Notes: Electric €2 slot meter.
Included: Linen, Towels
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