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Bungalow with sea view available for exchange.
We are offering a 4 bedroom 3 bathroom detached bungalow overlooking Wicklow Bay in the Garden of Ireland, Co. Wicklow. Our house is situated in a quiet estate 30 km south of Dublin City making it very accessible by car,train or bus.
Across the road from our estate is a beautiful lighthouse walk which is also a very pleasant cycle, with lovely views of Wicklow Bay and mountains. We are also very close to some beautiful beaches and within easy reach of golf, fishing, sailing and hill walking in the Wicklow mountains. Wicklow town is a 15 minute walk from our door and there you can find shops, restaurants and cafes where you can relax and enjoy the atmosphere of a small Irish town.
We have 2 good sized family cars for exchange (Ford Focus C Max and Estate) with four bicycles (2 adult/2 children).
Ireland being a relatively small country, the main cities of Belfast (Titanic museum), Derry (city of culture 2013), Galway (centre of culture and arts) and Kilkenny (historic city) are all within easy reach.
- 2 Volwassenen
- 2 Kinderen
- 3 Uitgevoerde Vakantieafspraken
- Soort Huis: Huis met 1 verdieping
- Verdieping: 0
- Situering in de omgeving: In kleine Gemeente
- Slaapkamers: 4
- Badkamers: 3
- Aantal beschikbare slaapplaatsen: 8
In mijn huis
- Huisdieren - Niet Toegestaan
- Kleine kinderen - Toegestaan
Type van Afspraken
- Gratis internet aansluiting
- Computer beschikbaar
- Centrale verwarming
- Open haard
- Park en Speelmogelijkheden
- Bicycles: 4
- Niet Roken
- Aangepast voor mensen met beperking
- Wenst autoruil
- Goede privacy
Landenlijst met onze mogelijke bestemmingen
- Open voor alle aanbiedingen
- England, UK
- Scotland, UK
- United States
Door ons gesproken talen
- Blainroe (3.0 km)
- Avondale (23.2 km)
- Wicklow (2.8 km)
- Brittas Beach (10.8 km)
- Tesco (3.3 km)
Great Sugar Loaf: One of the Garden County’s most famous landmarks, which is visible through much of Wicklow and Dublin. The Sugarloaf is easily accessible from the N11 and is an easy climb at 501m.
Brittas Bay Beach: Brittas Bay is a 3.2km stretch of beautiful fine sandy beach on the Irish Sea Coast (blue flag). The dunes are home to many interesting wildlife species and plants.
Glendalough: 12th Century monastic city. One of the most popular tourist destinations in Wicklow and indeed all of Ireland. In the heart of the Wicklow Mountains.
Glenmalure Valley and Waterfall: This remote and wild u-shaped glacial valley is the longest of its kind in Ireland. Along the route you will enjoy spectacular views and the Carawaystick Brook Waterfall.
Avondale House and Gardens: Birthplace and was the home of Charles Stewart Parnell (uncrowned king of Ireland). Set in a magnificent forest park of over 500 acres, trails and walks
Kilruddery House: The most successful Elizabethan-Revival mansion in Ireland. The 17th century gardens survive in their original format.
Russborough House: One of Wicklow’s most beautiful homes, built in the 18th century. The house and grounds are open to the public and include a Beech Hedge Maze
Powerscourt House and Gardens: One of the most visited attractions in Ireland. Includes historic house, stunning landscape gardens, Italian & Japanese Gardens.
Kilmacurragh Botanic Gardens: Enjoy an exciting walk amongst a rich and historic collection of plants. See the diversity of the world’s plant life gathered at Kilmacurragh Arboretum
Mount Usher Gardens: Trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants have been introduced from all parts of the globe and are planted in harmony
Powerscourt waterfall: The highest waterfall in Ireland, standing at 121 metres. Facilities include refreshment kiosk, toilets, playground and nature trail.
Glenroe Farm: Close access to a terrific selection of farm animals and pets. Includes a 1km nature walk to marshlands adjacent to Kilcoole beach
Greenan Farm and Maze: Walk the fantastic Celtic hedge maze. Enjoy the nature trail with ponds, or the working farm with animals. Craft shop with local produce traditional tea-room.
Wicklow Gaol: A story of crime, cruelty, exile & misery. One of the most haunted places in Ireland.
Wicklow Way: Longest self-guided trail in Ireland, stretching 127km from Dublin to Carlow through the Wicklow Mountains.
Wicklow Mountains National Park: 17 hectares of mountain range extending over most of Wicklow. The park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, and includes the ancient settlement of Glendalough.
Wicklow Gap Scenic Drive: A 26km scenic drive from Hollywood to Laragh crossing the Wicklow Mountains. The Gap follows St. Kevin’s Way from Glendalough to Hollywood
Glen of Imaal Scenic Drive and Walk: The Glen is enveloped in a ring of mountains with scenic views. Start here to climb Lugnaquilla, Wicklow’s highest mountain.
- Jongen - Leeftijd: 13
- Jongen - Leeftijd: 13
- Er zijn geen huisdieren vermeld