|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Outside: Apartment (first floor) in wing of fine country house, in unique position, high on the banks of the majestic wooded, tidal Blackwater River, with extensive fine views of the river, countryside and Knockmealdown Mountains. Set in large gardens, there are many interesting walks through the woods and along the bank beside the river. Sea kayaks and canoe available by arrangement with owner. Some precipitous cliffs may make it unsuitable for young children. Sandy beach 12 miles at Ardmore. Nearest shop pub and restaurants 2 miles. Salmon, trout & sea fishing. Equestrian centre nearby. Scenic area with lots of historic relics and gardens. Four golf courses. Garden furniture.
Inside: Tastefully furnished and well equipped with kitchen, sitting room with open fire, dining room, bathroom with bath with electric shower and W.C. and four bedrooms one with a double and en suite shower and W.C., two with two single beds and one with one single bed. Oil fired central heating. Duvets. TV (free to air) and DVD. CD/radio. Dishwasher. Washing machine and dryer. Microwave. Freezer. High chair. Free Wi-Fi. Hairdryer. No smoking. 2 pets welcome.
Cedar lodge in secluded location beside a beach in its own valley with far reaching sea views over natural Waterford Harbour. It is situated about ½ mile from the charming fishing village of Duncannon with fine sandy beach (blue flag), harbour, shops, pubs and restaurant. Duncannon is renowned historically due to its strategic position on the Waterford Harbour estuary on the Hook Head Peninsula (home of one of the oldest lighthouses in Europe). Superb area for walking, sailing, fishing (charter fishing available locally), bird and dolphin watching. Passage East car ferry to Waterford. Tintern and Dunbrody Abbeys. John F. Kennedy Arboretum. Horse riding and golf courses in the area.