This gem of a house is located in the scenic Kilmore Quay village on the South East coast of Ireland.
This secure and safe cluster of a dozen houses, is within a 10 minute walk of the slipway and beach. Features of this Kilmore Quay holiday rental includes a modern kitchen and living room with open fire. There is a TV-DVD, shower-room, main bathroom, 3 bedrooms including one double and two twin bedrooms. Electricity and heating are included in the rate.
Will accept one pet and there is a downstairs bedroom and bathroom for wheel chair access.
A must have for anyone seeking the ultimate holiday getaway in the sunny South-East!
Kilmore Quay is a small rural fishing village in the south-east corner of Ireland. It is 22 km from Wexford town and just 19 km from the international ferry port at Rosslare.
One of the first features to strike anyone visiting the village for the first time is the number of thatched cottages lining the village street. Most of these cottages date back to the 18th and 19th centuries, and are of significant national importance.Wandering down the village street will bring you to the harbour and fishing fleet.
A recent addition to the old harbour is a state-of-the-art 55-berth marina, which has added a new dimension to boating along the south coast of the country. The commercial facilities, combined with the safe berthage and on-shore facilities ensure have made the harbour in Kilmore Quay a busy and popular facility for both leisure and commercial mariners.
Experience our Sumptuous Restaurants, where seafood is a speciality, or enjoy a pint in one of our many Pubs in the village. There are also a range of accommodation providers to cater for you needs.
Kilmore Quay has a reputation as an angling centre that goes back to the turn of the century. Species of fish available include bass, cod, shark, tope, ling, mackerel, bream, pollock, skate and whiting. The area also offers the keen diver a fabulous location for diving, as the seas from Hook head to Carnsore point have long been known as the 'graveyard of a thousand ships'.
Kilmore Quay offers to the visitors a 'green' approach to its environment, as many of the features so prominent in the area are aspects of historical and natural significance - Ballyteigue Castle, Grange Cemetery, the Lifeboat Station, Ballyhealy Castle, St Patrick's Bridge, Ballyteigue Burrow for its flora and fauna, and of course the Saltee Islands, which are the most famous bird sanctuary in Ireland.
The area around the village has many unspoilt beaches, offering miles of the finest sand dunes in the south-east. Along with the Saltee Islands, the stretches of natural sand dunes are some of the features that make Kilmore Quay unique in Europe and beloved of visitors and locals.