Oyster Bay, our coastal hideaway

Oyster Bay, our coastal hideaway

Jodie

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Welcome to tranquillity! Oyster Bay is set on the shores of Bannow Bay. Known for its beauty, wildlife and excellent fishing (especially Bass) Oyster Bay is seconds away from shore access where you will be able to view rare bird species, launch your Kayak or cast your rod. The house is a newly refurbished 3 bedroom bungalow with an open fire. Ideal for those in search of peace and quiet or travellers looking for a well placed base to investigate the area.

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More about us

  1. We enjoy the outdoors

  2. We farm a unique oysters on the South East of Ireland

  3. We love nature and unspoilt beauty

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Where is it?

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Oyster Bay is set on the western side of Bannow Bay on The Hook Peninsula. Known for its beauty and abundance of wildlife, it is arguably Irelands top Bass fishing spot. Walking distance: Pub with play area and BBQ area 2.5 km. Tintern Abbey with Walled Garden and Café is 2.5km. Driving/Cycling nearest villages with amenities are 7.5 km offering a supermarket, petrol station, award wining restaurants, cafés, hairdressers, beauticians, massage healing centre, outdoor adventure centre, bike rentals, pubs and playgrounds. The Peninsula also has Europe's oldest operational lighthouse, The Hook Lighthouse and Irelands most haunted house, Loftus Hall both which offer tours, though some are seasonal. As a part of Irelands Ancient East the area abounds in points of archaeological and historical interest from Cistercian Abbeys, Norman Fortifications, Napoleonic Towers to Modern history JFK Homestead, Park and Arboretum and The Dunbrody Famine Ship. Finally, the Peninsula offers 14 spectacular sandy beaches, where you can surf, kayak, have a paddle or just play in the beautiful golden sand.

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