Toberpatrick Cottage is part of a converted old stone courtyard on a working farm located at the foot of Croghan Mountain located on a quiet rural road at the foot of Croghan Mountain. On the farm you are surrounded by horses, cattle and many friendly little dogs who come to greet you when you arrive. On arrival one has a feeling of stepping back in time and Toberpatrick is a perfect hideaway to relax and chill and use as a base for visiting the south east of Ireland.
The Vale of Avoca and Glendalough is close by and one must take a trip across the Sally Gap over the mountains and into Blessington. The area is a paradise for Fishing and Hillwalking. Horse-riding, Golfing and Cycling is also easily available.
Wexford, Kilkenny and Carlow are excellent shopping towns.
Clone beach is only a 15 minute drive (lovely private beach).
Wildlife if very much alive on the farm with a short stroll one can look out for deer, rabbits and fox as they go about their daily activities.
Buttercup Cottage is part of a restored stone built courtyard oozing with old world charm situated on a working farm surrounded by horses and cows and located on a quiet country road at the foot of Croghan mountain.
It is approx 5 miles from Aughrim village which is the start of the famous Glendalough and Sally Gap drive over the Wicklow Mountains into Blessington. It is a paradise for Hillwalking and Fishing. Very handy to two major golf courses and horse riding is available in the area. Clone beach is a quaint unspoilt beach and is a 15 minute drive. Gorey town is nine miles and Carlow and Kilkenny are our neighbouring counties.
When one arrives at Toberpatrick Cottage they are greeted by the many little friendly dogs and one gets a feeling of stepping back a little in time and it is the perfect place to chill out and admire the beautiful surrounding countryside. If you walk the fields of the farm you may well catch sight of deer, rabbits and fox and other wildlife.
Other Activities: Local Arts Centre in Tinahely for Drama, Musical ETC. Newbridge Silverware
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