Old Boley Country House
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A unique and centrally located self-catering unit, The Bellfry at Old Boley offers an idyllic escape for visitors to County Wexford. The two bedroom unit offers the best of the countryside with all the activity of Wexford Town just 10 minutes away.
The Medieval town of Wexford is located on the River Slaney on the south east coast of Ireland and offers visitors beautiful sandy beaches, quaint fishing villages, historical castles and the new opera house, the venue for the world renowned Wexford Opera Festival each October.
The Bellfry at Old Boley is set in a secluded corner of a courtyard. It evokes a feeling of old fashioned calm and harmony, so rare in today's busy world. Originally built as a granary, it has been successfully converted into a unique self-catering unit, utilising many salvaged materials, including reclaimed timbers from the old Wexford quay front.
Traditional meets modern, best describes the luxurious decor of the Bellfry. The accommodation comprises a large French style master bedroom with traditional pitch pine beams. It is equipped with a flat screen TV, safety deposit box and Internet access. The second bedroom, while smaller, retains the same charm and quirkiness of the master bedroom and offers a private balcony overlooking the courtyard. Downstairs the design is a large open plan space with double doors leading on to a private patio and garden with barbecue.
The outdoor area is perfect for lazy afternoons and guests may even see a pheasant or two. Additionally, Old Boley offers complimentary access to the Whitford House Hotel Health and Leisure Club.
Val and Eilish Stafford bring their hotel expertise with them to offer a special place to relax. The Bellfry at Old Boley is centrally located, just a 10 minute drive from Wexford Town, 200 metres from the N25 and within proximity of Rosslare Ferryport.