Hook and Line
Listing Properties tagged with 'Hook and Line'
County Cork , Ireland
The exquisite result of two year project that saw a crumbling mid-nineteenth century miller’s house restored to a cosy, contemporary three storey home.
In two acres of mature woodland gardens with direct access to a private beach, half an hour from Cork City, this is one of the chicest vacation choices for large families. Sleeps 11
County Wexford , Ireland
Facing westwards, back across the mudflats of Wexford harbour, Seapoint basks on the Burrow Peninsula - Ireland’s sunniest region. This comfortable family home has been recently transformed into a spacious holiday getaway surrounded by championship golf links, acres of beach and a wilderness of wildfowl.
Only a short hop from the UK, and within easy reach of Dublin, it’s very easy to settle into Rosslare, but difficult to leave. Sleeps 8
County Kildare , Ireland
With its unique ‘Kissing Couple’ doorknocker, this is a spacious and romantic luxury rural escape, perfect for pampering. The two storey Georgian cottage is part of an exclusive restoration project on the banks of the Grand Canal, surrounded by scrupulously maintained gardens, and still within half an hour of Dublin City.
County Meath , Ireland
If you like your gate lodges with a touch of classic Greek revival then this tiny building may well be it.
Tastefully furnished with collectables from an earlier epoch, there is a romantic charm to this historic home.
Sited in amongst some of Europe’s most ancient passage tombs and still just an hour from Dublin, Loughcrew in the Boyne Valley is at once a place of enchantment and mystery. Sleeps 4
County Wexford , Ireland
Architect designed and full of creative features, this inspirational contemporary home is perched on an exposed bluff above St. Helen’s Bay beach - just a chip away from the 14th green of the golf course.
Celebrated as the sunniest part of Ireland, Rosslare is ideally located for visitors from Europe and Dublin alike, and an ideal location during the Wexford Opera Festival. Sleeps 8
County Clare , Ireland
The dramatic Atlantic sunsets that wash this home have not changed in the two hundred years since Castle View was built. The round Rapunzel castle itself - some 400 years older - still stands watch over the six generation farmstead.
Prominently situated on the Burren Way between Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher, there are stunning views of the Aran Islands and the ocean beyond, from this large Regency country house.Sleeps 8