This newly built property is close to the fishing town of Arklow (1.5km's) which offers an array of attractions including shopping, restaurants and bars. However it is still within the peaceful coastal countryside which has everything from amazing walks to fishing. It is also close to Glendalough National Park which has some of the most stunning scenery in the country which can be explored through it's many well guided trails. Wicklow has many walking and hiking options from the experienced to the novice. In the summer months there are many cultural events and throughout the year a host of attractions.
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Plenty of Sea Air in a Peaceful Location - Seabank, Arklow, Co.Wicklow, Ireland
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- Jul 18, 2018
About Malcolm Goode
Malcolm & Tracey are our names & we built our house in 2010 and recently married in 2012. We live next door so are available anytime if anything is needed however because of the layout of the property you won't see us at all.
Malcolm Goode purchased this Apartment in 2010
Why Malcolm Goode chose Wicklow
It's a beautiful location close to the beach & only a ten minute walk into the historic fishing town of Arklow where you'll find an array of pubs & restaurants which also hosts several festivals every year. Arklow is just off the N11 offering easy access to Dublin to the north and Wexford to the south which is linked by ferry ports or airports.
What makes this Apartment unique
Close access to several beaches as the property is on the coast road and Ballymoyle Hill is only a ten minute drive away offering a magnificent walk & panoramic views of the town and the eastern coastline. Arklow itself is very close to the picturesque village of Avoca and Glendalough. the area has several golf courses and plenty of fishing opportunities in the area.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
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Nice apartment but I would not do it again with 2 small children
A nice apartment with many books and dvd 's for rainy days or long evenings (we had nice weather, so we concentrated on Arklow, Wicklow Mountains and a day trip to Great Saltee Island (Wexford)).
Hich chair and travel cot were in order. We did not realize before our trip that there was one bed room (in the search engine our selection was based on two adults, a child and a baby, so we did expect more room for them).
Everything was clean and communication with Malcolm was good. Thank you for staying there.
Peaceful, beautiful views, well equipped property. Landlord greeted us on arrival and leaving. No interference unless questions required answers. Would certainly go back. Highly recommended.
Very Nice Stay
We really enjoyed our stay in the apartment. It is nicely appointed and it's location is perfect for day trips into southeast Ireland and the Wicklow Mountains.
Relaxing, quiet location but close enough to town to enjoy a pint and a good meal.
The property had everything we needed for a relaxing few days away from the pressures of city life. The apartment was clean and comfortable and homely, our hosts made us feel welcome without fuss and it was so nice to be able to walk into town or along the coastal pathway (we decided NOT to take the car on this occasion, using public transport to and from the airport). Would highly recommend to a couple or small family.
Peaceful spot, very clean and friendly owners
Cute spot, very clean, quiet, located on a beautiful farm, not far from downtown though. Loved waking up to the cows outside our window each morning. The apartment was equipped with everything you might need, including an abundance of frying pans ;) Just remember to have a few 2 euro coins handy for the electricity. The owners are very helpful and kind and we are thankful they shared their beautiful home with us!
The Glendalough Valley is located in the Wicklow Mountains National Park and has many attractions to entice, entertain and enthral visitors, from its world famous Monastic Site with Round Tower to its scenic lakes and valleys, as well as a selection of walks and trails in the area including The Wicklow Way. Coast/Beach: Brittas Bay is the most popular beach in Wicklow & Ireland. It has a 5 km stretch of beautiful white sand dunes and has won and maintained the Blue Flag for many years now, this is 10 km's further up the coast. Travel: Dublin Airport is 75km's, Dublin Port is 50km's, Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port is 40 km's, Rosslare Euro port 85km's, Waterford Airport is 115km's Distances: Gorey & Wicklow are both 24 km's away and have a have a wide range of shops and restaurants. For the property you exit the N11 at Juncture 20 (Arklow North) and the distance from the motorway to the property is only 1.5km Further Details: Bridgewater shopping centre is an ideal shopping location which hosts many shopping outlets such as Next and River Island etc., there is a multiplex cinema as well as both restaurant's and cafés. Wicklow has a ten pin bowling alley with 12 lanes and beside is a kid zone, also there is a kid zone in Arklow.
Rates & Availability
Booking Notes: I can accept interbank payments with IBAN and Swift codes or payment by bank draft / Postal Cheque to Malcolm Goode, Knocknadrimna, Seabank, Arklow, Co.Wicklow. We also accept TransferWise (a new service) & Paypal payments for which we can send you a payment request (only €8 fee). Terms and conditions include cleaning, linen, services and utilities. (Electricity payable by €2 coin meter) Changeover Day: Checkin 3pm Check Out 12pm Please contact owner as times can be flexible Notes on prices: €420 per week / €60 per night Minimum 3 night stay In the colder months we will supply 4 hours heating (4 radiators) no extra charge, after that is an additional €1.50 per. The time is agreed and set on a timer and paid in full in advance.