Stunning sea views in the garden of Ireland

Stunning sea views in the garden of Ireland

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

We fell in love with out home because of its uniqueness. It has spectacular unspoilt sea views, yet is located in complete tranquility, with a fabulously large; lusciously green garden.
It offers complete escapism from the pressures of modern life!
We have a large kitchen with a family dining table and a sofa, from which you can gaze at the passing boats.
The lounge is very comfortable with a large sofa, and open fire; perfect for relaxing in front of with a glass of wine.
The master bedroom has a super king size bed with a modern, minimalist ensuite with a walk in shower.
In addition, there is a double bedroom, twin room and a single bedroom.
The garden is perfect for children. They have complete freedom to explore and play on the trampoline, the impressive playframe, cycle the bikes and scooters and build dens or play hide and seek amongst the mature trees.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple in our early 40s and have 4 children. I work as a doctor and my husband runs his own business. We love fresh air and the outdoors and spending time together as a family. We particularly love relaxing together on holidays and reminiscing over holiday snaps. We have refurbished our home to a high standard and would be very respectful of someone else property.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Brittas Bay beach is a 5km stretch of beautiful white sand. It has won the European blue flag award and is a glorious spot to walk, swim or just enjoy! www.brittasbay.org
County Wicklow is the Garden of Ireland and is the premier outdoor activity centre. The Wicklow Way is the longest self guided walk -127km from Dublin to Carlow; with spectacular views en route! The highest waterfall in Ireland is in Wicklow- Powerscourt Waterfall 121metres. wwww.wicklow.ie
There is horse riding, hiking, mountain biking and golfing nearby.
If you long for the big smoke, then Dublin is a mere 45 minutes drive away and there is a fantastic bus service.
Dublin offers fine dining, great theatres, Trinity Colleg, The Book of Kells, Kilmainham Jail......the list goes on... www.dublin.ie
If you fancy a day trip, then you can pop down to the adjacent County of Wexford-which also has some interesting sites to visit.!
All in all, plenty to do, whatever the weather and whatever your taste!!

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