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Rosemount Coach House Family Cottage in Enniscorthy, Wexford

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sleeps 4
2 rooms
1 bathroom

Rosemount Coach House Family Cottage description

Holiday home
Rosemount Coach House is a delightful semi-detached cottage, that sits next to the welcoming owner's own home, in an area called Ballycarney, near Enniscorthy, County Wexford. Set entirely over the ground floor, this cottage can sleep four people in two bedrooms. The rest of the cottage is made up of an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with a multi-fuel stove. To the outside of the cottage there is off road parking for two cars and a patio garden with furniture and barbecue. Rosemount Coach House sits close to the banks of the River Slaney, and is a beautiful base for any family or couple.

Area
Enniscorthy is the second-largest town in County Wexford and has a history dating back over 1500 years. It is situated at the tidal extreme of the River Slaney, approximately 14 miles to the north of Wexford. The town offers a majestic Norman castle, which is home to the Wexford County Museum containing items of local interest. There is a further interactive museum in the town dedicated to telling the story of the famous 1798 rising. Nowadays the town has a wealth of facilities available to visitors including a multiplex cinema, a swimming pool and leisure centre, a fantastic mixture of shops, pubs and restaurants, and a farmers' market, which is held every Saturday. Enniscorthy makes for a fantastic touring base being close to beautiful mountains and long stretches of coastline just waiting to be explored. A fantastic place to discover at any time of the year!

Region
Known as the "Sunny South East", the counties of Wicklow, Wexford, Waterford, and Tipperary offer everything you could need for a dream holiday in Ireland. Miles of sandy beach and scenic drives taking in mountains and coast are on your doorstep.

Amenities
Oil central heating with multi-fuel stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Free-to-air channels, WiFi, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books and games. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Patio with furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant 3 mins walk. Note: One step up from kitchen to double bedroom. Note: Property next to an N road.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Reviews

Lfitzp86
January 2020
Stayed at this beautiful house for a week after Christmas with my husband & two small children. The house is cosy, quiet and super clean. The decor is lovely also. It had everything you could imagine appliance wise & had plenty of essentials for when we arrived incl. Fresh eggs, milk, tea & cake on arrival) Plenty of space for us and the children. The owner pretty much leaves you to yourself which is nice but told us to drop to their house (across a garden) if we needed anything. You would need a car as there's not much around it but Enniscorthy is a 10min drive & Gorey is about 20min. Looking forward to booking again. Loved it :)
Mrs Houston
March 2019
Great house with everything you could need.. Loved the log burner and cosy feel. Owners were so kind and friendly and we had such a great week exploring the area.
Mrs Kelly
February 2019
Everything about this property was stellar.. Caroline's attention on every level was first class.
Mrs Doran
January 2019
Stayed here before the Coach House is great handy for getting around and we had a wonderful welcome it is a real home from home will most definately go back highly recommended..
Ms Ault
December 2018
The best holiday cottage we have ever stayed in - absolutely lovely
Miss Nock
October 2018
The cottage was beautiful.. Really comfortable and welcoming. Home made scones when we arrived we're very welcome after our drive from the airport. Love the location it was just far enough out to appreciate the countryside but close enough to a main road and a small town to not feel isolated. The owner was lovely and really helpful. I would recommend this cottage to anyone and would definitely stay there again if the opportunity arose.
Mrs Elwood
August 2018
Lovely, homely, well equipped cottage.. Great base for exploring the Irish south east - beautiful houses and gardens, fabulous beaches. Owners wer super helpful and friendly.
Mr Maguire
July 2018
The cottage is beautiful, with a lovely area to sit outside and have breakfast or coffee .. A car is a necessity to get around. The owners are great, very friendly and will help you in any way possible.
Mr Mason
June 2018
Great place would go again and use Sykes cottages again good service from start to finish good job
Mrs Templar
March 2018
What a fabulous cottage; extremely cosy and well equipped.. We thoroughly enjoyed our 1 week stay here at Easter. Owners also very friendly and accommodating. We would definitely stay here again if we revisit the South East of Ireland any time in the future! Templar Family, West Sussex
Sean T
January 2018
We stayed here for one week at the end of August. From the minute we walked into the hallway we knew we had hit he jackpot! This little cottage is everything you could wish for when trying to find somewhere to call home for a week, the kitchen was fully equipped and was a sight in itself (we were planning a new kitchen and took photos of this one so we could get something similar) the bedrooms were more than comfortable and everything was spotless. We were travelling with our five year nephew and he loved the cottage. The hosts were very accommodating and helped us find our way on the first night as we got lost in the dark. When we arrive we were warmly greeted considering it was 11:30pm and had greasy scones and cream waiting for us.
Sean T
January 2018
We very much enjoyed a wonderful stay at Rosemount Coach House.. It was perfect for our family needs and Rosie our dog! Very cosy accommodation with great multi-fuel burner. Caroline was so kind and thoughtful in her welcome with delicious mince pies and other goodies. Many homely comforts, well equipped and beautiful Christmas tree and decorations. Thank you very much indeed for everything to make our Christmas so special. We certainly hope to return.
Ms Shaw
September 2017
The cottage is beautiful and the owners Trevor and Caroline make it special.. They have the right level of hospitality. Welcoming without being intrusive and there for you if you have any queries.
Mrs Russell
August 2017
A stunning cottage in a glorious location.. I cannot recommend the cottage enough. The perfect home away from home from which to explore County Wexford. Everything about the cottage was perfect and cosy. The scones on arrival were the cherry on the cake. If I visit this area of Ireland again I will only stay in this cottage, nothing else could compare.
Mr Starrett
July 2017
Our best holiday ever in the Republic of Ireland.. This is a great base for touring the south east of Ireland. We Visited gardens, museums, folk parks, a reptile zoo, Dublin zoo, Kildare village and the national stud. Everything is within an hour or so drive. Amazing beaches only half an hour down the road. The cottage is well equipped, and in a nice quiet location
Mr Mark
April 2017
Lovely little cottage, very quiet but handy to good roads to get about in the car, situated in a very unspoilt part of Ireland which is a bonus as well..
Mr Kirk
April 2017
Rosemount Coach House was a wonderful setting for the stay in Southern Ireland.. You will need a car, but there is off road parking in a safe area. The family are onsite for any issues that arise and the lovely cakes and house tour at the start were a nice touch. It is a working farm, but to be honest it was very light farm traffic. Doris the donkey is on hand and likes a bit of fuss over the gate nearby the house. There is a pub down the road which has a lovely reasonable menu and welcoming vibe, even though the walk is a few hundred meters on a grass verge along side a fairly busy road. Overall the cottage was lovely, spacious enough to live and cosy enough to feel like a home. A log fire is on hand for winter nights, but there is oil heating as well if needed. Tescos is about 15 minute drive in Gorey and is a good size. It is about an hour and half from Dublin. Would suggest to use the Carrickmines Park and Ride tram if going for a day out, takes the stress away from driving in central Dublin! Roads are quiet in the South. We had a Ford Focus which was a good size for the roads. Enjoy!
Hannah S
January 2017
I booked this cottage for my husband and I as part of our honeymoon in Ireland. We arrived quite late, as the ferry got into Dublin in the evening and it was then rush hour for driving. We stayed for a week, and I am so glad I picked this cottage. I would highly recommend that you take your car, or alternatively rent one, as Ballycarney is somewhat in the middle of nowhere and you may struggle to find adequate public transport to get there. We had very little trouble finding it, as Caroline made sure to give me enough detail to get us to the nearby Ballycarney Inn. It was then a quick phonecall to her to find the gateway, as it was a little difficult to spot in the dark. The cottage is set within a working farm which breed Belgian Blue cattle - farm traffic was fairly minimal during our stay and I loved seeing the cows. There are also two dogs, which are friendly labradors. On entering the cottage with Caroline we were greeted with a warm fire in the woodburner, home made scones with jam and clotted cream, and fresh eggs. She showed us around and made us feel very welcome. The cottage itself is beautifully decorated and furnished, and very clean. The double bed is comfortable, if a bit squeaky. There was a good assortment of pots and kitchen utensils - we took advantage of the local fishmonger's and thus did a lot of cooking whilst at the cottage. The local villages and towns surrounding the cottage have a good range of shops, as well as local historical attractions in Wexford. Caroline and Trevor have collected a large assortment of flyers for local attractions, and ones slightly further afield, so we didn't struggle to fill our days with things to do. Being set in the countryside, it made the perfect quiet getaway. Unfortunately my husband can't survive without internet, and so the lack of Wifi was a problem (for him!). This was easily sorted by purchasing a pay-as-you-go phone SIM card, which cost us 10EUR for 7.5GB of data - coverage in the cottage was sporadic, but not terrible. Overall, I was extremely impressed, and hope to return again.
Vincent C
November 2016
I stayed here with my wife and two daughters and loved it. There was a lovely warm welcome awaiting us when we got there, with a roaring fire, and fresh baked cookies. The house was lovely and clean, and warm. It is close to a number of main towns in the county (Enniscorthy, Wexford, Bunclody, New Ross) as well as all the main road towards Dublin. This is a perfect place to set up as a base camp for a wonderful exploration of the county of Wexford. I highly recommend this rental for your holiday.
Feeona W
September 2016
This is a lovely cottage to stay in ,very spacious with everything you could need including a washing machine and log fire if its cold .It is situated on a working farm and the family are very friendly and welcoming .We were greeted with homemade scones and cakes and fresh laid eggs on our arrival .Its a good base to explore Wexford and the surrounding countryside although a car is essential .
Mrs Coleman
August 2016
Owners were very helpful welcoming, the cottage was beautifully equipped a great base for touring the area.
Mrs Luiz
June 2016
The House was very comfortable with all the comforts of home. I would definitely recommend this cottage to my friends. It is well situated, a good starting point to all the places that we visited. Thanks again for our lovely stay.
Mr Rich
May 2016
The working farm setting was lovely and it was in very easy travelling from the ferry port and the south east of Ireland.
Mr Ridgway
September 2015
Well presented property and very reasonably priced. Would love to come again in the future, the owners were helpful and friendly.
Mrs Allison
August 2015
The Coach House was a home from home! Everything was available to make the stay really comfortable. The property was ideally located to see a wide variety of activities.
Mrs Ring
May 2015
The Coach House stands in lovely grounds in a beautiful, rural setting. The delightful owner made us feel very welcome from the off. Our entire stay was extremely comfortable and we felt very much at home. Even our wee one settled in very well and roomed in with us in the cot provided. This cottage is a perfect base for a couple or small family looking to relax, get away from it all and explore the sunny south east. We'd highly recommend Rosemount Coach House and would definitely stay again!
Mrs Wain
March 2015
The property, area and hosts were fabulous, an ideal place to base yourself to explore. The wood burning stove in the evening was great.
brian_mccann
January 2015
My wife and I spent Christmas & the New Year here at Rosemount Coach House, and had 2 lovely relaxing weeks as guests of Trevor and Caroline. At the end of our stay, we were so laid back we were almost horizontal. There was some atrocious winter weather, but usually we were out and about every couple of days or so, and we visited Carlow, Bunclody, Gorey, Courtown, Ferns, Wexford, and of course Enniscorthy. Caroline & Trevor's hospitality and welcome were just first class, and the Christmas tree and card, and the welcome pack were lovely thoughtful touches. The house itself was perfectly decorated - everything in the kitchen that was needed; 2 tastefully furnished bedrooms; 2 very comfortable sofas in the living room, along with the TV with dozens of channels; and not forgetting the wood/coal burning stove which was an absolute delight with a roaring fire on those dark rainy nights. As I said, Caroline and Trevor were wonderful hosts, and I thoroughly enjoyed the craic with Trevor each time I bumped into him. A highly recommended holiday home with our sincerest thanks, and we certainly hope to be back for another visit.
Mr Maltby
October 2014
We really enjoyed our stay in this beautiful cottage. If this were to be graded by the tourist board the cottage should be no less than 5 star.The family were really helpful to us.We would have no problem booking this cottage again.
Prof Lawrance
October 2014
One of the best cottages we have used, with lovely owners. Just off a main road for access to the South East of Ireland. A taste of farm life with a wood fire in the evenings.
Mrs Furlong
October 2014
We visit Ireland regularly and so are very familiar with the area and all it has to offer.
Mr Murphy
September 2014
It was such a homely cottage in an excellent location. Very accommodating for our children. We received a warm welcome from the owners and had everything we needed provided. We will be returning again next year.
Mrs Platt
August 2014
Beautiful cottage, a great base for touring the area.
Mrs Moore
August 2014
We loved the cottage- it was gorgeous! The owners couldn't do enough for us. There was milk in the fridge, and tea, coffee and other essentials waiting for us when we arrived. Lovely friendly dog who kept coming over to say hello! Had a great time, will be back again.
Guest
August 2014
Very comfortable and well appointed holiday stay, very friendly, kind and helpful owners, well equipped kitchen area, the Balleycarney inn just a few mins walk away serving a varied variety of great food, plenty of places nearby to visit, recommended.
Guest
August 2014
Wonderful cottage - couldn't be better. Friendly hosts, lovely scones jam and cream on arrival. Flowers in the window. Fire set ready to light. Good position for touring all around. Pity Ireland is so far from Australia - as would definitely stay there again.
Mrs Porter
July 2014
Friendly welcoming owners who provided home made scones with jam and cream and eggs. The accommodation is all on one floor and spacious. The small garden is slabbed but surrounded by a white picket fence and beautiful flower border. Accessible to Wexford,Waterford and Kilkenny.
Miss Bullingham
February 2014
A very warm and hospitable cottage, the owner was superb. The cottage is delightful and the welcome was friendly and relaxing. Cannot praise this cottage enough and will certainly book again.
Mr Phillips
August 2013
From the moment we arrived at Rosemount, we felt so welcome. 5 star treatment all the way. Recommend it to everyone I know.
Mrs Billings
August 2013
Lovely cottage, very relaxing holiday.
Mrs Smith
July 2013
Peaceful location, very helpful friendly owners of the cottage.
Mr mcnaught
May 2013
Very comfortable holiday cottage - welcoming wine and scones on our arrival. Very friendly owners and cottage well positioned for local towns etc.
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