we had a pre Christmas 2 week stay in Sarahs cottage. its a two person one bedroom cottage. it was very clean and well equipped. and right from the moment we arrivwd we had the grweat joy of making friends with Diego the family dog. what can I say he was just such a playful fellow. We both love nature and were totally amazed by the variety of birds and animals we observed almost daily. also on arriving in our cottage we found on the kitchen table a lovely large box of dairy milk chocolate. We found Georgina to be very helpful when we needed at short notice to extend our stay by an extra 3 days. Be careful with your sat nav. the most direct route to the cottages is the 733 from New Ross.Stay on the733 after about 2 KLms it wheels right continue on it for a further 3 klms until you reach a crossroad signed for Whitechurch to the right. take this road to the village.
A country cottage near New Ross, County Wexford, which has 2 large bedrooms upstairs with a bath with shower over.
Uncle Tom's barn has a washing machine, tumble drier, dishwasher and fridge.
We used the cottage to base ourselves from, suitable for dogs as the floors are tiled or wooden.
We based ourselves at the cottage and visited Wexford, Waterford, Enniscorthy, New Ross and surrounding areas. New Ross was the nearest town and Campile approximately 4 miles away with a few local shops.
We visited the JF Kennedy homestead and arboretum, the hook lighthouse, Duncannon Beach, the famine ship in New Ross.
Our particular favourite restaurant was the Hollow who served us delicious meals 3 times we visited in a 2 week period.
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The place was really difficult to find. We would have needed more indications.
The house was nice and beautiful but the welcoming was a little cold for us.
Thanks anyway !