Find your Self-Catering Accommodation

Mai's View Cottage, Wellington Bridge, South Wexford - Sleeps 7

Mai's  View Cottage, Wellington Bridge, South Wexford - Sleeps 7

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 1
No of Guests: 7
Print

Book your accommodation online today or call one of our Travel Advisors for more information.

Book Online Today Enquire Now Read More
Mai’s Cottage is a detached, four bedroom house located just minutes walk from the village of Carrig on Bannow in south Co. Wexford. This beautiful house is located on the Norman Way heritage trail and is an ideal base for exploring this lovely and historical part of Ireland's Ancient East.

Description
This self catering holiday home has four ground floor bedrooms and can sleep up to 7 people: two double bedrooms, a single room and a bedroom with bunk beds.
There is a luxurious family bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC.
At the front of the is a cosy sitting room with large screen television, comfortable seating and open fire, perfect for cooler evenings.
The beautiful well-equipped country style kitchen is the perfect place to prepare your feasts.

Outside there is a very large garden with furniture where you can sit and relax with a refreshing drink whilst the children can play and explore.


The village of Carrig on Bannow is just a short stroll away. Here you will find shops, fish n'chip shop, cafe and pubs. Carrig on Bannow is famous for it's annual music traditional music festival The Phil Murphy Weekend, which takes place in July each year. The area of Carrig on Bannow is steeped in history and is the site of the Norman landings in Ireland. Local historical sites include Carrig Island and Strongbows Grave. There are many beaches in the area - some suitable for swimming and some more suited to walks (check signage locally).

Just a short drive from the house is the village of Wellington Bridge which has amenities such as post office, supermarket, petrol station and pharmacy.

Other heritage sites locally include Tintern Abbey, Dunbrody Abbey, Hook Lighthouse, Loftus Hall, Clonmines, Slade Harbour and Templetown Church.

When it comes to beaches you'll be spoilt for choice! The area of Bannow has many beaches, with Cullenstown and Kilmore Quay close by. Both of which are perfect for family days out.
The vibrant town of Wexford is a 30 minute drive away, and is a must with many restaurants, shops and pubs to explore.

Facilities
The kitchen is fully equipped with cooker, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, toaster, fridge, etc. This lovely country kitchen is ideal for dining with friends.
Oven/Gas Hob
Dishwasher
Fridge Freezer
Microwave
Kettle
Toaster
Washing Machine
Tumble Dryer
Iron & Ironing Board
Hair Dryer
TV
Radio
CD Player
WiFi
Cot
Oil Central Heating

Outside
Enjoy the outside areas with mature gardens.


Extras
Check in from 4pm
Check out 10am
Electricity & Heating is charged at €6 per day in the summer (June,July& August, September) the rest of the year is charged at €10 per day and is payable to the caretaker on arrival.
Bed linen & towels provided.
No Smoking
Security deposit is €150 paid to the caretaker on arrival and is refunded on departure when the property is left clean and tidy with no breakages.
Bins are provided.
One small well behaved dog is permitted. €25 per week.

Notes
It is advisable to bring extra towels and beach towels.
Call: +353 (0)53 9175481

Outdoors

  • Open Plan Garden

Sitting room

  • Coffee Table
  • DVD Player
  • Sofa - 3 seater
  • Television

Kitchen

  • Cooking utensils
  • Cutlery
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge with ice box
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Mop
  • Toaster
  • Vacum Cleaner
  • Washing Machine
  • Cups
  • Glasses
  • Plates

General

  • Wi-fi
  • Private Parking
  • Travel Cot
  • Storage heating

Airbnb

  • Essentials
Kilmore Quay
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 Carnesore 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.

Hook Lighthouse
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.

Rosslare Strand
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.
Translate ยป