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Rampark Farmhouse overlooks the sea and the Cooley mountains near Gyles Quay in County Louth. This authentic, old world, thatched, two storey house has been lovingly restored with original features, but also with all modern conveniences.
Rampark Farmhouse is an authentic, old world, thatched, two storey house (built c1750) overlooking the sea to the rear and with views of the Cooley Mountains to the front. This historic farmhouse, in County Louth, has been lovingly restored with original features, but also with all modern conveniences.
Discover the magic of sleeping under an authentic, old world, thatched roof and warming your toes at a real wood burning stove. Visitors staying at Rampark Farmhouse will get the opportunity to step back in time when they come through the door. The thatched house, which dates to the 18th Century, has been sensitively restored to provide first class self-catering facilities, while retaining its unique character. The cottage has a south facing garden, which overlooks the sea near Gyles Quay.
The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. These two family rooms and two twin rooms allow up to ten people to stay, making it an ideal house for families or groups. The outhouses can be used for safe storage of equipment and there is a Jacuzzi bath for a well-deserved soak after a day walking in the Cooley Mountains.
The kitchen is fully equipped with all the modern conveniences such as a dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer and coffee machine. There are two TVs, one in the dining room and one in the lounge. A wide range of channels are available from the satellite TV decoder including Sky.