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€600 per week

Pairc Cluain, Mulgannon, Wexford Town, Co. Wexford

2 Bed

3 Bath

Holiday Home

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Property Description

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    Beautiful holiday home with 2 bedrooms sleeping 4 people within easy walking distance of Wexford town. Locaton: The house is a 2 minute drive to the center of Wexford town ( 5 -8 minute walk) and 2 minutes walk from Wexford Golf Course. House Layout The house comprises two bedrooms, 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom (with an en-suite). There is one bathroom upstairs . There is a sitting room with a timber stove fire which give a beautiful homely feeling (timber supplied). There is a seperate kitchen and utility room adjacent . The property has the benefit of a downstairs bathroom. The property has all modern conveniences. There is oil fired central heating and underfloor heating. There is an enclosed garden to the rear of the property where you can relax on the garden furniture. . What to do in Wexford: Wexford town is the place to locate yourself if you wish to both relax and be able to stroll along the beautiful harbour boardwalk. Why not pop into Green Acres for an amazing coffee and sip it slowly as you watch the people go by. Explore the town’s varied heritage, from Viking influences to the Norman and Cromwellian invasions, and enjoy its quaint old laneways and ancient churches sitting side by side with contemporary architecture and modern arts. The Irish National Heritage Park Kids love a fort; ten minutes from Wexford Town at The Irish National Heritage Park, you'll journey through 9,000 years of Irish life at the reconstructed settlement. Travel back in time and view replicas of prehistoric campsites, ringforts, crannogs and Viking houses; wander together through ancient woodland and past pools, to experience what Ireland must have looked like to our Stone Age ancestors. Johnstown Castle There’s so much to explore throughout the estate at Johnstown Castle that it’s worth putting aside at least half a day to enjoy it all. Wander through the impressive ornamental gardens, have a picnic by the lake if the weather’s fine, or book a tour of the castle — the old servants’ tunnel is a highlight. Don’t leave before checking out The Irish Agricultural Museum which showcases rural life in Wexford from the 18th Century on (complete with vintage tools and tractors). Stunning coastlines aren’t all the sunny South East has to offer, and Wexford boasts a particularly unique mix for a summer break. Make the most of your great escape as you kayak through a cave, visit the homestead of an American President and explore the magical Hook.
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    Property Facilities

    • Parking
    • Central Heating
    • Washing Machine
    • Microwave
    • Pets Allowed
    • Garden / Patio / Balcony

    Property Statistics

    Entered/Renewed

    15/07/2020

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