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County Wexford

The Beach House

Price is €4,950 per week

Irrepressible Contemporary Coastal Cottage

Please Note: This house is only available for week long bookings. 

Nestled on the sunniest stretch of Ireland’s coast, The Beach House offers an unparalleled getaway experience. Overlooking a kilometer of fine beach, this home is a haven where alfresco living meets the needs of multi-generational family holidays.

The Beach House is the epitome of comfort and relaxation. It’s like Nantucket and the Hamptons meeting at the Irish shore!

Prepare delicious meals in the stunning spacious open kitchen, then gather around the family-style dining tables either indoor or outdoor. And after a day of beach exploring, unwind in the den and throw it back with a selection of classic DVDs. From family favorites to timeless classics, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Centrally located just an hour from bustling Dublin and in close proximity to Rosslare ferry port, convenience and relaxation intertwine effortlessly here. Whether you’re seeking adventure or simply craving a mellow time by the sea, The Beach House is the perfect getaway with its timeless charm and breathtaking views.

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At a Glance

Bedrooms – Sleeps 10

Double bedroom with ensuite – rear
Double bedroom with ensuite – with attaching Twin bedroom
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
1 family bathroom

Other Rooms

Open Plan Living/Dining/KitchenUtility Room
Tv Room
Study

Contempo

Surrounding Decking Area
Terrace Furniture
Logs and Turf
Barbecue
Wine Cooler
High-Speed Broadband
Books, Games, DVDs
Sky TV
Exercise Machine

Availability

Weekly only: Saturday to Saturday

EV Charging

This home does not have an EV charger. Click here for more information on EV charging and locations.

Restrictions

Smoking – No, sorry!
Parties – The owners regret Stag or Hen parties are not welcome.

Pets are welcome, please enquire.

Property Features

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From sun-room sofa to lazy lounger

This awesome cottage is defined by the broad elevated sun deck that surrounds it like a balcony hovering above a dazzling beach spectacle. Opening on to the decking, a series of living spaces meld together in a fluid open plan space that occupies the elbow of this L shaped home, embracing a variety of informal seating and dining areas and incorporating a contemporary cottage kitchen.

White walled with panelled ceiling, there’s always a panoramic backdrop of windows designed to exploit this unique location. Whether it’s lethargic alfresco summertime luncheons or the cosy open fire at the end of a blustery beach walk, here is a holiday home for all generations and all seasons.

Boisterous with the paraphernalia of family vacations, there is no shortage of books, and no shortage of corners to read them in.

There is also a dedicated television room – plastered with pictures and wall to wall movies and games – and across the entrance lobby, a smaller library with exercise bike option.

The two principal bedrooms are at opposing extremes of the cottage, each with French doors to the omnipresent perimeter decking, azure skies and lapping tides. Both have ensuite bathrooms, though the master one shares with a twin bedroom via separate doors.

Outside

It’s impossible to avoid the seductive horizon view and seascape horizon beyond the hardy New Zealand flax that shelters the extensive decking.

There is a gravelled drive and lawned areas front and back if you fancy a bit of croquet, but with Clone Strand just metres away, sandy feet and salty hair beckon to the main beach attraction.

Facilities

This is a home from home, equipped with everything you would expect in a contemporary family residence – barbeque, clothes dryer to microwave, freezer, books, games, videos. However you will need to bring your own High Chair and Child Cot if you require them.
There is high-speed  broadband internet in the property.

Out and About

County Wexford is at the centre of Ireland’s Ancient East, with magnificent beaches, fascinating history, festivals and wildlife – plus it’s all within easy reach of Dublin city.

Things to do

The Locality

The Beach House is located on the coast half way between the largish towns of Arklow and Gorey – both 20 minutes drive away. Dublin city is just over an hour by motorway to the north.

The nearest pub is the Golden Anchor – a 5 minute walk.

This is the region that receives the most sunshine in Ireland, averaging more than 7 hours a day in the early summer. Boasting some 50 kilometres of white beach, not surprisingly, it is also a very popular retreat, with multiple holiday homes along the coast.

Click here for more information on Ireland’s Ancient East

There are terrific walks locally – north or south along the beach – but also there is a spectacular trail across Tara Hill, clearly visible form the house.

The fine weather also encourages the fruit and veg industry, most famously strawberries, which can be bought from stalls along the roadside throughout the summer. The Strawberry Festival is an annual event in the town of Enniscorthy, when a festival Queen is coronated.

Off the strand below there is excellent fishing for codling, bass and flounders especially where the river crosses the beach. The area fishes particularly well after a strong easterly wind.

Wexford town lies just over an hour to the south. Founded by the Vikings around 800 AD it is probably best known for its International Opera Festival, which takes place every year in the Theatre Royal, and runs for several weeks.

The stunning Kilpatrick beach, just 5 minutes North of the house.

How to get there (Car advised)

By Air: Flights to Dublin airport.
Dublin Airport – approx 1 and a half hours from house

By Sea: Ferry crossings from Pembroke/Fishguard to Rosslare ferry port, which is less than 1 and a half hours from the cottage.
Dublin City Port/Holyhead has a fast crossing and is approx 1 and a half hours from house

Pricing Options

This home is ONLY available for week long stays, it does not take weekend or short stay bookings.

Week bookings run from Saturday to Saturday – 7 nights

Christmas, New Year, Easter and Public Holidays are at a higher rate.

A refundable breakages deposit of €500 is payable with the rental amount will be refunded within seven days of departure.

Months Per Week
All Year €4,950
Easter Weekend Thurs. 28th March – Tues. 2nd April 2024 €4,950
Christmas Break Sat. 21st December – Fri. 27th December 2024 €4,950
New Year Break Sat. 28th December – Fri. 3rd January 2025 €4,950

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Please note all booking requests are subject to 24 hour approval.
  • Once your provisional booking has been placed, the UIH team will verify it, answer any specific queries you may have, and request a deposit to lock in your dates.
  • Please note if your provisional booking is not confirmed and the deposit paid within 3 days it will expire.
  • If your preferred dates are not available, click here to review alternate options.
  • For additional information please contact us on +353 85 860 0027