Baldwinstown House is a wonderful 4 bedroom self catering holiday home set in mature gardens, just a short drive from the picturesque fishing village of Kilmore Quay, Co.Wexford.
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Beautifully finished throughout, all rooms have been thoughtfully and tastefully decorated.
Baldwinstown House is located 1km from the village of Baldwinstown where you will find shop, pub, craft shop and tea room, while the lively village of Kilmore Quay is just a 5 minute drive away.
Here you can take in the fresh sea breeze, relax on its golden beach and taste the amazing fresh fish and homemade chips in the famous local Saltees chip shop - kids will love the ice-cream shops too!
Bedroom 1: 1 Double Bed 1 Single Bed
Bedroom 2: 2 Double Beds
Bedroom 3: 1 Double Bed
Bedroom 4: 1 Single Bed
Large Living Room
Large Kitchen/Dining Area
Flat Screen TV
Private parking to the front and side of the house
Large garden to the exterior of the property
Shop & Pub in Baldwinstown, 1km
Nearest Large Town Wexford, 15km
A security deposit of €250 will be requested on arrival and is payable to the caretaker on site. This will be returned on departure once the property is left in a clean and tidy condition and there has been no breach of contract.
Electricity and heating are extra and payable to the caretaker on site.
May to September €8 per day, October to April €10 per day.
Towels and linen are provided, we do suggest you bring extra towels.
Welcome pack on arrival.
Strictly over 23
Strictly No Patries.
We advise guests need a car when renting this property.
On the Doorstep
Beaches - There are stunning beaches in this area including Kilmore Quay, Seaview, Ballyhealy, Carne Beach, Curracloe Beach and Rosslare Strand.
Hook Lighthouse on the Hook Pennsula is well worth a visit, as is Loftus Hall - Ireland's Most Haunted Place!
Kilmore Quay has a reputation as an angling centre. Species of fish available include bass,cod,shark, tope, ling, mackrel, bream, pollock, skate and whiting.
It is an amazing location for diving as the area from Hook Head to Carnsore Point has long been known as the graveyard of a thousand ships. The fishing harbour has the added attraction of a leisure marina which has added a new dimension to the south coast with a sailing school, angling, diving and boat trips. Kilmore Quay and the area around it has many unspoilt beaches which offer miles of the finest sand dunes in the south-east. The boat themed playground is a big hit with the kids.
Irish National Heritage Park
Located in Ferrycarrig
Open May to August daily 9.30am to 6.30pm last admission at 5pm.
September to April daily 9.30am to 5.30pm last admission at 3pm.
Take a tour around the full scale reconstruction of ancient houses, forts and tombs. Lovely gift shop and restaurant. Two playgrounds for kids. Guided tours and archery available.
Located at the end of the R734
Open June to August 10am to 5.30pm
Rest of the year 11am to 5pm
The granddaddy of all lighthouses and has been voted number 1 lighthouse in the world. One of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world. It has a visitor’s centre, a café serving light meals and a gift shop. Guided tours, whale watching and family fun.
Wells House & Gardens
Located between Wexford town and Gorey
Open May to September 10am – 6pm daily
October to April 11am -4pm
Attractions: The Lady Frances Woodland walk where you can find the gruffalow and fairy doors on trees, Victorian Terrace Gardens, Adventure Playground, Craft Courtyard, Mrs Stone Tearooms, Wells Archery, Living Victorian House Tour, Wells Falconry please pre-book.
Duncannon Fort Visitor Centre
Located in Duncannon New Ross
Opening times June-September daily 10am to 5.30pm
Rest of the year 10am to 4.30pm Guided tours available from 10am to 5pm
It is home to a Toy Museum, Art Gallery, Maritime and Military Museum, Croppy Boy Cell, Officers Tearoom and Craft Shop.
Kia Ora Mini Farm
Located between Gorey and Courtown
Opening times: April to October daily 10am to5.30pm
November to December open at weekends
Easter Daily 10am to 5.30pm
Once paid in you get access to all attractions at no extra charge. You can feed and hold the animals. Milk a cow, get lost in a maze, dig in the sandpits, drive on the go-kart tracks, play football on the football pitch and dig with the mini diggers suitable for adults and kids. Picnics are welcome. Accessible for wheelchairs and buggy’s.
Located on the southern edge of Wexford Harbour. It has received the International Blue Flag award for 2014. The beach is accessed by various walkways and from its main car park. The beach is life guarded during the bathing season. There are many shops, pubs and restaurants in the area and Rosslare Water sports Centre offering windsurfing, kayaking and sailing lessons.