Found in Ferns, County Wexford, The Old Deanery offers six stone cottages for self-catering holidays. Set in a courtyard and on a three-hectare property, the cottages offer a four-star standard combined with the charm of bygone days.
At The Old Deanery holiday cottages, guests are guaranteed a warm welcome and a comfortable stay. The six cottages are traditional stone coach houses set in a pretty courtyard and surrounded by nearly three hectares of land. Located in Ferns, County Wexford, these quaint, self-catering cottages recapture the charm of bygone days with a farmyard theme.
The Duck House is a two-bedroom cottage that can sleep up to five adults. All cottages have open plan living/kitchen area, fully equipped with cooker, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher and more. There is also TV, oil-fired central heating and an open log fire. One of the cottages is wheelchair friendly. Additionally, the property’s lovingly tended gardens provide a delightful retreat with barbecue area and play room for guests’ use. There is also The Barn, a beautiful space that is perfect for groups, whether planning a themed weekend party, team building or other special occasion.
Local shops and pubs are within walking distance, while horse riding, golf and swimming are available locally as well. There are beaches less than 20km away and a cinema within 15km. Attractions in the area include the Irish National Heritage Park, Ferns Castle, Hook Lighthouse and John F. Kennedy Arboretum.
For a virtual tour, visit the website of The Old Deanery.