Just returned home today, 29th June, after a weeks holiday. Quaint 150yr old cottage with deep walls, lovingly restored by the Fallon family. Set in farmland on traditional Irish narrow roads. We had also taken our chocolate labrador with us. Whilst pets are not allowed in the ground floor bedroom, there was plenty of room in the lounge area for her kennel. Great raised grass area for her to run about in. Traditional cottage with 3foot walls so no mobile signal inside, No WiFi either. But then you are going away on holiday to get away from all the daily bombardments of life. The "upstairs" bedrooms would be idel fro grown up children, as one is accessed via a spiral staircase and the other by a wooden ladder, which needs to be pulled out in to the living room, (no handrails).. The basics are there; tv with satelite (takes a bit of getting used to the setup on use.) microwave, cooker (again takes a bit to get used to the set up), fridge. 2 outsheds; 1 stores bikes and fishing gear for your use. The other has an outside toilet, freezer and the washing machine. It also houses the oil boiler, which means it is constantly warm, (good for drying clothes). Whilst the owners farm is next door, you never see them. The narrow "Irish" roads take getting used too,but the locals will stop to let you pass, and are always friendly,(which is more than can be said for most motorists). The only down side would be the signposts for the cottage - they are small and easily missed on the trees at the road junctions - but once the roads have been travelled a while you get to know where to turn. Definately one to keep for future use.
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