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Ferrybank House

County Waterford

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 12 guests
  • Guinness On Tap – Pull Your Own Pint
  • Own Private Golf Course

Perfect for Families and Groups of Friends

County Waterford, Ireland

Property overview

Ferrybank House is a beautiful, gated Georgian estate on 13 landscaped acres located 1hr 25 min outside Dublin in Southeast Ireland. Surrounded by farmland on three sides and the River Suir on the fourth, it is the only home in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland with its own private, professional, expertly manicured 18 tee/9 green par 3 golf course with pond. It is also the only course in Ireland with four lighted holes for night-time play.

Accommodation

Furnished throughout with antiques, Waterford crystal chandeliers, mahogany floors and marble fireplaces, the main house has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, large kitchen, living room with fireplace, dining room with fireplace (table seats 10), and family room with fireplace. The entire third floor is a games room with pool table and full bar with Guinness & Carlsberg on tap. There is a workout room with sauna and full bathroom, golf pro shop, stained glass gazebo, newly installed hot tub and huge wrap-around blue stone patio. In addition, there is an air conditioned, two-bedroom guest cottage just off the main house with kitchen, living/dining area, full bathroom and a loft.

Location

Waterford is best known for its famous export, Waterford Crystal. In 2011 a new visitor centre opened in Waterford City with demonstrations of glass blowing and crystal production, as well as a small retail shop. Waterford City itself is a wonderful destination full of lively pubs, quaint shops, cafes and historic sites, such as Ireland’s oldest civic building, Reginald’s Tower, as well as several worthwhile museums. But the county’s coastline is certainly its biggest draw, and with good reason, for the beaches here are unspoilt, sun-kissed stretches of sand. A number of resort villages dot the coast, including Tramore, Dunmore East, Dungarvan and Ardmore, all of which offer great swimming and recreation along several Blue Flag Beaches. A great option for the summer months would be to rent bicycles and cycle the Waterford Greenway cycle route. While in Waterford be sure to try their breakfast delicacy – the Waterford Blaa.

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Ferrybank House

County Waterford

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 12 guests
  • Guinness On Tap – Pull Your Own Pint
  • Own Private Golf Course

Perfect for Families and Groups of Friends

County Waterford, Ireland

Property overview

Ferrybank House is a beautiful, gated Georgian estate on 13 landscaped acres located 1hr 25 min outside Dublin in Southeast Ireland. Surrounded by farmland on three sides and the River Suir on the fourth, it is the only home in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland with its own private, professional, expertly manicured 18 tee/9 green par 3 golf course with pond. It is also the only course in Ireland with four lighted holes for night-time play.

Accommodation

Furnished throughout with antiques, Waterford crystal chandeliers, mahogany floors and marble fireplaces, the main house has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, large kitchen, living room with fireplace, dining room with fireplace (table seats 10), and family room with fireplace. The entire third floor is a games room with pool table and full bar with Guinness & Carlsberg on tap. There is a workout room with sauna and full bathroom, golf pro shop, stained glass gazebo, newly installed hot tub and huge wrap-around blue stone patio. In addition, there is an air conditioned, two-bedroom guest cottage just off the main house with kitchen, living/dining area, full bathroom and a loft.

Location

Waterford is best known for its famous export, Waterford Crystal. In 2011 a new visitor centre opened in Waterford City with demonstrations of glass blowing and crystal production, as well as a small retail shop. Waterford City itself is a wonderful destination full of lively pubs, quaint shops, cafes and historic sites, such as Ireland’s oldest civic building, Reginald’s Tower, as well as several worthwhile museums. But the county’s coastline is certainly its biggest draw, and with good reason, for the beaches here are unspoilt, sun-kissed stretches of sand. A number of resort villages dot the coast, including Tramore, Dunmore East, Dungarvan and Ardmore, all of which offer great swimming and recreation along several Blue Flag Beaches. A great option for the summer months would be to rent bicycles and cycle the Waterford Greenway cycle route. While in Waterford be sure to try their breakfast delicacy – the Waterford Blaa.

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