Woods & Irons
Listing Properties tagged with 'Woods & Irons'
County Galway , Ireland
A gabled bungalow of unassuming simplicity, Searows lies in the bend of a sheltered Connemara inlet - absolutely Wild Atlantic Way – just a stone’s throw from the ocean.
This is an ideal family vacation home, with stunning sea views, and lots of relaxing outdoor attractions just minutes away in every direction. Sleeps 8
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 Cork , Ireland
More than two centuries of charm and tradition permeate this large country mansion, with it's stunning views over the meandering River Blackwater below.
With a 160 acre private estate to explore, it’s easy to see why generations of guests have returned to this family home just half an hour from Ireland's second largest City, Cork. Sleeps 12
County Dublin , Ireland
Just outside Dublin’s M50 ring road where the bustling city starts to give way to golf courses and vegetables, an old coach house has been charmingly transformed into a quiet and refined country home.
Within easy reach of all the main transport routes, this is an ideal base from which to explore the enchantment of Ireland’s capital from an historic domain. Sleeps 4
County Down , Ireland
Evocative of a fine country seat, this is an impressive house on a grand scale, uniquely positioned on private grounds in a bustling port town just 20 miles from Belfast.
The House is a Grade I listed building, dating back to the early 17th Century, and has remained in the same family for more than the last two-and-a-half. Sleeps 8
County Kerry , Ireland
This beautiful holiday home is perched in its own landscaped grounds on picturesque Rossmore Island, where the broad expanse of The Kenmare River meets incoming Atlantic swells.
A narrow stone bridge makes the connection to the spectacular Ring of Kerry, which links the busy market town of Kenmare and the idyllic colourful village of Sneem. Sleeps 8