Irish Bungalow in a quaint, countryside village

Irish Bungalow in a quaint, countryside village

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our cosy, remodelled bungalow is nestled between the Wicklow Mts and the Irish Sea, located 2 kms from Newcastle Beach, in a quaint one pub, two church village in the Irish countryside with castle ruins dating 1172AD. Our home is flooded with light, art and mid-century modern/industrial furniture and have a spacious kitchen and two living rooms to relax in. We are a 10 minute drive from Greystones seaside town and train station; 30 minutes from Glendalough (a stunning early, medieval, monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin); 35 minutes from Dublin's city center; and 45 minutes from the international airport.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with a nearly, grown up family; 2 boys in secondary school and a daughter in university. My wife, Alexandra designs clothing and does set design and I am an author and a documentary and music video director who is attempting to complete his PhD at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

  2. We love the arts, travelling, coffee, cinema, live music, food, lego and adventure.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

We are located 2 kms from Newcastle Beach, in a quaint one pub, two church village in the Irish countryside with castle ruins dating 1172AD. We are a 10 minute drive from Greystones seaside town and train station; 30 minutes from Glendalough (a stunning early, medieval, monastic settlement founded in the 6th century by St Kevin); 35 minutes from Dublin's city center; and 45 minutes from the international airport. Nestled between the Wicklow Mountains and the Irish Sea, we are also located only 2.5 hours from Galway or Belfast, N. Ireland, 3 hours from Cork and 3.5 hours from Kerry.

Buzzy restaurants
There are plenty and will be happy to supply a list
Cool bars
There are plenty and will be happy to supply a list
Cozy cafés
Eleven, Greystones / There are plenty more in Dublin and will be happy to supply a list
Retail therapy
Dublin City Center
Bit of culture
Newcastle Ruin, Glendalough 6th century, early, medieval, monastic settlement, Wicklow Mountains, Newcastle Baech
Walks in the park
Are everywhere
Spot of exercise
Run locally, swim in the sea
Day tripping
Glendalough, Dublin, Wexford, Greystones, Dalkey

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