MacMurrough Farm Cottages
Lonely Planet review
A strutting rooster serves as an alarm clock at Brian and Jenny's remote hilltop IHH hostel. The farm's cheery bedrooms and stove-warmed common area have a rustic charm, as does the two-person self-catering cottage in the old stables. There's also a family-size cottage (ask for prices). Follow the hand-painted signs up a series of tracks 3.5km northeast of town. A cosy old pub and a market are not far.
Our independent authors have visited MacMurrough Farm Cottages and selected this as one of our recommended apartments in New Ross.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle parking
- Free parking
- Free internet access
- Free Wi-Fi
- Linen included
- Towels included
- Outdoor terrace
Description provided by property
On a farm in the South West County Wexford, near the town of New Ross, Mac Murrough Farm Cottages are quiet cottageswith double, twin, family rooms aOr stay in our very comfortable cottage known as the MAC MURROUGH STABLE COTTAGEwith spacious bedroom/sitting room, your own fire to sit by.With your own kitchen and bathroom with bath and shower. You even have a piano if you are in the mood for music! To book the Stable Cottage return to the New Ross page and click on Macmurrough Stable CottageWe are only a two and a half hour drive from Dublin or Cork, and less than one hour from Rosslare Ferry Port.Mac Murrough is a very good base to explore Waterford, Kilkenny and Wexford we are in a beautiful pastoral area of hills, rivers and beaches rich in history. Places and things to do within one hour's drive of Mac Murrough include the Dunbrody Tall Ship the oldest lighthouse in Europe at Hook Head the National Heritage Park, Waterford Glass and much, much more -such as fishing, golf, and horse riding! New Ross is a, friendly small town, and we look forward to welcoming you to our farm and our county. Facilities Car Parking Available Laundry Linen Included Credit Cards Accepted Children Friendly Guest Kitchens
Interesting places nearby
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