Ballyrane House is a beautifully appointed 5 star period property that is available both for weekend and weekly holiday rentals situated on approx 7 acres.
Ballyrane has been lovingly extended and restored to a bright, spacious and comfortable home surrounded by a delightful garden setting, the house is sheltered by fine mature trees.
The property is located just 10 km from Wexford town, 1 km from the N25 Wexford to Rosslare Road and Rosslare Ferry Port.
There is a large entrance hall which doubles up as a conservatory / reading room.
On the left is a cosy family sitting room with fireplace and doors that lead to the large kitchen.
This is a welcoming, comfortable family room and is the heart of Ballyrane House.
There is an Aga, central island unit space and ample storage within the kitchen.
The kitchen has a large dining area and doors open to the utility room, in turn leading to the dining room.
From here there is access to a small garden terrace, ideal for summer entertaining.
To the right of the hall you will find a study which has built in floor to ceiling bookshelves with recessed lighting.
This leads you to the exceptional drawing room with feature bay window overlooking the front gardens and interconnecting doors to the formal dining room.
French doors leading to the gardens.
There is a guest WC also at this level.
The staircase leads to the first floor with access to the magnificent master bedroom.
The master suite overlooks the great backyard Lawn, pastures, vegetable garden, and structured boxwood hedges.
There are two further large double bedrooms and two delightful bedrooms each with twin beds.
The accommodation is completed by a bright family bathroom.
Ballyrane House is off a quiet country road, It is less than 1 km from Killinick Village.
Located in the heart of the “Sunny Southeast”, Ballyrane House is within the environs of an abundance of amenities for the outdoor enthusiast.
There are also many excellent golf courses, both parkland and links.
With racing at the Wexford Race Course and every type of water activity along the Wexford coast line are all close by.
For the hunting enthusiast the area is home to the famous Killinick Harriers and the Wexford Foxhounds.
Family sitting room with open fire.
Formal dining room.
Kitchen, dining area, seating area and conservatory all open plan.
Five bedrooms all upstairs.
One super king bedroom with en-suite.
One king-size bedroom.
One double bedroom.
Two twin bedrooms.
The main family bathroom is upstairs and has a shower over the bath.
Two of the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms
Iron & Ironing Board
Oil Central Heating
Travel Cot & Highchair
Outdoor BBQ Area
*A Damage Deposit of €500 is requested. This is taken by pre auth on your credit card before arrival. Any damages or breakages will be debited from the card.
An extra charge for electricity in the spring/summer months will be 65 euro per week. This is taken at the time of boooking
An extra charge for electricity in the autumn/winter months will be 95 euro per week. This is taken at the time of booking
Things to do
Spend your day rambling the beautiful countryside of County Wexford on a bike Wexford Cycle
See Location Details for places for interest to visit Co.Wexford.
Go bowling in Leisure Max.
Visit one of two cinemas in Wexford, The Omniplex or The Arc.
Ballycross Apple Farm is a great place to spend the afternoon with the family.
Have an exciting family adventure in the International Outdoor Adventure Centre
Distance Of Property To:
Dublin 166 km
Dublin Airport 173 km
Cork 194 km
Waterford 68 km
Rosslare Strand 6.4
Rosslare Harbour 10 km
Killinick Village 700 m
Places to Eat
Karoo farm shop and coffee shop just a 5 minute walk from the property serves breakfast, lucnh, tea coffee and a selection of cakes and scones, with a fabulous farm shop also.
Centra is also located just a 5 minute walk from the property and also a local take away.
Saltees Take Away Kilmore
Cistin Eile Ltd Wexford Town
Silver Fox Seafood Restaurant Kilmore Quay
La Cote Wexford Town
Mary Barry's Bar and Restaurant Kilmore Village
Kelly's Hotel Rosslare Stand
Wonderful Irish estate — both luxe and cozy
"What could be better? Located straight south of Dublin in beautiful County Wexford and so convenient to castles, shopping, charming local restaurants and pubs, and beaches. The lovely bright family kitchen and cozy snug make you feel at home, while the more stately sitting room may inspire letter-writing and prose! Bring the family or travel with friends or couples. We had a fun-filled girls’ getaway and toured Jonestown Castle, Glendalough, and Kilkenny to name a few, plus pints of Guinness at the local Merry Elf. Just felt like I was walking around in a postcard — can’t wait to go back!"
Date of stay: November 2019
Joyful week with friends at Ballyrane!
"Just spent a wonderful week with friends touring the south of Ireland using Ballyrane as our base. Staying in this quiet and comfortable manor home truly enhanced our Irish adventures. Only twelve minutes from Rosslare Strand, we walked that gorgeous beach and golf area and ate a delicious meal at Kelly's Resort. After day trips to the Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough, Kilkenny and more, Ballyrane welcomed us back and we relaxed in front of the fire, sipped wine and noshed. Local shopping and dining in Wexford was a abundant and, even more local, we loved the food at Karoo and the entertainment at the Merry Elf, both about three minutes drive from Ballyrane. The spacious and well appointed kitchen was perfect for for preparing breakfasts and a couple of dinners at home. The grand living and dining room would have made an impressive entertaining area as well. We can't wait to return to Ballyrane!"
In the civil survey of 1654, the townland of Ballyrane was held by the Sinnott family.
Over the following centuries Ballyrane was owned by the well-known Wexford, Meadows and Lett families.
It is believed that the core of the current house dates back to the mid-1700s.
It has been improved and extended considerably since then, with each owner making their mark.
It is noted that the Lett family who owned the house in 1837 sold it in 1958 to a Colonel Cormack Callanan Furney.
In 1969 he sold the property to a trust which held it for the grandson of a Thomas Gibbons Hawksworth Smyth.
The house was considerably extended in 1972/73 and was bought by a William Devereux in the mid-1980s.
In 1990 the property changed hands and a programme of extensive improvements and alterations was commenced.
Ballyrane House has been lovingly maintained and improved ever since.
Ballyrane House is now a rare example of a beautifully appointed yet manageable country house in a convenient and desirable location.