Horses & Courses
Listing Properties tagged with 'Horses & Courses'
County Waterford , Ireland
This elfin cottage cloistered above the woods on an historic Tay valley demesne, introduces unique opportunities for exploring the beaches and headlands of Irelands Copper Coast, hill-walking in the Comeragh Mountains, or just rambling around a magnificent estate. Sleeps 4
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 Cork , Ireland
Here, sheltered in the crook between Mizen and Sheeps heads, Mount Corrin exudes all the ambience and atmosphere of a neo-classical house - an oasis in a wilderness landscape. Sleeps 7 (11 with cottage)
West Cork is a very special place.
County Galway , Ireland
Holiday getaways don’t come much more stunning than this large West of Ireland cottage.
Just yards from the Atlantic shoreline and with its own golden powder-sand beach, Tir na nOg is a quintessentially Irish thatch roof cottage, commanding panoramic views of Omey Island and the capricious Connemara coastline.
Once bitten...smitten! Sleeps 9
County Cork , Ireland
Cached on a sunny embankment that gently tumbles down to the azure waters of Schull harbour in wonderful west Cork, we have a spacious stone cottage completely irresistible for a family vacation on the Wild Atlantic Way.
This is where the line between alfresco and interior becomes blurred on a summer’s day. Sleeps 11
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.