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Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach

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Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach

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Beach nearby, beach towels
4 bedrooms, iron/ironing board, travel cot, free WiFi
Fridge, microwave, oven, stovetop
Bathtub, hair dryer, towels, soap

Overview of Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach



Popular amenities

  • Hot tub
  • Free WiFi
Arklow, Co Wicklow

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    About this area


    Located in Arklow, this farm stay is in a rural area and on the waterfront. Woodenbridge Golf Club and The European Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those in the mood for shopping can visit Bridgewater Shopping Centre and The Avoca Handweavers. Travelling with kids? Consider Mill at Avoca Village and Adventure Alley. Discover the area's water adventures with windsurfing and rafting nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with horse riding and hiking/biking trails.

    Getting around

    • Arklow Station - 13 min drive


    • McDonald's - 12 min drive
    • The Old Ship - 13 min drive
    • Simply Great Coffee - 13 min drive
    • Eddie Rocket's - 14 min drive
    • Costa Coffee - 14 min drive

    About this property

    Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach

    Family-friendly farm stay by the ocean
    Take advantage of a water park, a firepit and a garden at Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach. For some rest and relaxation, visit the hot tub. Stay connected with free in-room WiFi, and guests can find other amenities, such as a playground and an arcade/games room.
    You'll also find perks such as:
    • Games, barbecues and smoke-free property
    • Beach towels, a video library and books
    Room features
    All guest rooms at Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach have thoughtful touches, such as fireplaces and separate dining areas, in addition to amenities, such as free WiFi and dining tables.
    More amenities include:
    • Highchairs, children's books and travel cots
    • 2 bathrooms with baths and showers
    • TVs with cable channels and DVD players
    • Separate dining areas, kitchens and fridges

    Property manager

    Colin Brennan



    Cleaning and safety practices

    Enhanced cleanliness measures

    Disinfectant is used to clean the property
    High-touch surfaces are cleaned and disinfected
    Sheets and towels are washed at 60°C or hotter


    Contactless social distancing
    This information is provided by our partners.

    Property amenities


    • Available in all rooms: Free WiFi
    • Available in some public areas: Internet access

    Things to do

    • Arcade/games room
    • Playground
    • Hot tub
    • Water park access


    • BBQ grill(s)
    • Firepit
    • Garden


    • Beach towels
    • Books
    • Games
    • Smoke-free property
    • Video library

    Room amenities


    • Bed sheets
    • Heating


    • 2 bathrooms
    • Bath
    • Hairdryer
    • Soap
    • Toilet paper
    • Towels


    • TV/satellite channels
    • DVD player
    • TV

    Food and drink

    • Blender
    • Coffee/tea maker
    • Cookware/dishes/utensils
    • Dining room
    • Dining table
    • Dishwasher
    • Electric kettle
    • Kitchen
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Paper towels
    • Fridge
    • Stovetop
    • Toaster


    • Dryer
    • Fireplace
    • Iron/ironing board
    • Phone

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    Check-in time starts at 2:00 PM


    Check-out before 10:00 AM

    Special check-in instructions

    You will receive an email from the host with check-in and check-out instructions


    Pets not allowed

    Children and extra beds

    Children are welcome

    Important information

    You need to know

    This property is managed by a private host (a party not acting within their trade, business or profession). EU consumer law, including the right of withdrawal, will not apply to your booking. The cancellation policy set by the private host will cover your booking.
    Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
    Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges
    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed
    On-site parties or group events are strictly prohibited
    This property is managed through our partner, Vrbo. You will receive an email from Vrbo with a link to a Vrbo account, where you can change or cancel your reservation

    We should mention

    A car is required for transport to and from this property

    Frequently asked questions

    Is Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach pet-friendly?

    No, pets are not allowed at this property.

    What time is check-in at Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach?

    Check-in begins at 2:00 PM.

    What time is check-out at Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach?

    Checkout is at 10:00 AM.

    Where is Breathtaking cliff top farmhouse with deserted beach located?

    This family-friendly Arklow farm stay is located on the waterfront, 5.6 mi (9 km) from Bridgewater Shopping Centre, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Mill at Avoca Village and The Avoca Handweavers. Woodenbridge Golf Club is 9.2 mi (14.8 km) away.




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    10/10 Excellent

    John T.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Going back in time
    If you want to experience the spirit of ancient Ireland, and really touch the rich history of the Irish, there is no better place to stay than at this 400 year old, rustic, homey, and completely secluded cottage on the Irish sea. We have stayed several times and we loved it just as much this time as we did the first time. Colin and Fleur are the perfect property managers, just a phone call away if you need anything. If you want to stay in the Hilton and kiss the Blarney stone, that's great. But if you want a real, authentic taste of old Ireland, the people and the emerald sod, then this cottage is the place for you!
    Stayed 14 nights in Sep 2023

    10/10 Excellent

    Julia M.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Stunning Private Getaway
    History and charm abound in this farmhouse from the early 1600s. While containing the necessities of modern living, the joys of the property are the historic details. The house contained a library of Irish authors and travels which were handy to have. Our nephew really appreciated the available toys and kids books. The grounds were spectacular! Beautiful gardens were all around the house. The barn ruins were a delightful historic element. However, it was the view of the Irish Sea and beach access that really solidified this as an exciting location. The walk down to the beach was a little difficult for the older family members but well worth it. Be sure to follow the suggested landmarks to get to the property. The last left turn (unfinished gate) might be better described as a sharp left before the concrete block posts. Our seven-person extended family had a wonderful time at this property as a home base for our Ireland adventure.
    Stayed 7 nights in Jul 2023

    10/10 Excellent

    Ron H., San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Idyllic Old World Romance with Modern Comforts
    From the moment you arrive, you feel a sense of calm and yet enthusiasm for all Park has to offer. The cottage was all we had hoped it would be, and more! The beach is spectacular and private. We were surprised with how often we could enjoy the water. The nature and wildlife did disappoint. Exploring the surrounding area was a joy. The very thoughtful garden design did not feature in the description and was a pleasant surprise. Our 2 weeks at Park will go down as a travel highlight.
    Stayed 14 nights in Jun 2023

    10/10 Excellent

    Riona F.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    A real Gem!
    On approaching the property, we were hugely impressed by the spectacular views from the hilltop – remarkable! This house sits on a lovely, very well-maintained large garden full of its own personality. Access to the private beach at the end of the garden is a path which is also well looked after and easy to descend and climb. Incredible view again of the Irish Sea from the house and garden. The house itself is Infused with all the charm and character of a delightful 17th Century farmhouse. The kitchen itself is fully equipped and has all the modern appliances required. All the bedrooms are charming spacious, comfortable and inviting. We had a lovely week in this house. Colin and Fleur made sure we had everything for a most enjoyable holiday. We would recommend this property without hesitation
    Stayed 7 nights in Jul 2022

    10/10 Excellent

    Lisa Y.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Must See Park
    This was the third time for us to stay at Park. The only way to a plain it's beauty is to say that is the most peaceful place on Earth that I have found yet. Thank you Fleur and Collin.
    Stayed 7 nights in Jul 2022

    10/10 Excellent

    Eric D.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Park - the highlight of our Ireland Trip
    Park is a truly special place - charming house, fabulous location and setting and wonderful hosts. The character and beauty of the place is something you have to experience to understand. We are so grateful that Colin and Fleur share Park with others. There is honestly not a single thing that we would change or want to be different. We will return.
    Stayed 7 nights in Sep 2021

    10/10 Excellent

    sara c., Ireland

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Fabulous location. A really unique property in lovely gardens on a great beach.
    Straightforward to rent, good communication and location details.
    Stayed 7 nights in Sep 2021

    10/10 Excellent

    Stacey A.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    A hidden gem so good I hate to share it.
    We stayed at this property in July for a week. Probably one of the best weeks I’ve ever had in Ireland although the weather helped greatly. The location is great. Only an hour or so from Dublin but it feels like you are far away. The house and gardens are as described. The gardens are really beautiful and very well manicured. The farmhouse is everything you would expect from a 17th century building. The decor is very much in keeping with the style. That said it makes it all the better. Don’t be worried however there are all mod cons available. My two girls 7 & 10 were very comfortable, able to watch TV when tired from the sun/ beaches or garden playing on the swings. Saving the best for last is the views. Phenomenal. The house and gardens are situated on a hill/cliff surrounded by farmland and over looking the sea and a beautiful large private beach/cove. We sat out every evening looking out at the sea. No tv needed! My kids had a ball. The private beach with the walkway down was great and there is also a fantastic beach 2 mins away ( Clogga beach). The kids loved it. For dinner or shopping there are loads of option in Arklow and Gorey which is just down the road. Finally the hosts were excellent. Friendly, fast and clear communication and were able to help us with anything we needed.
    Stayed 7 nights in Jul 2021

    10/10 Excellent

    Irene S.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Beautiful cottage perfect location
    This is a stunning old cottage with beautiful gardens. The location is remote but close to arklow and the busy town of Gorey We spent three weeks here and all the grand children loved it with private access to a stunning beach and we rarely saw anyone else on it and we spotted the sea lion most days The house is very well equipped with everything you would need without having to leave for anything except provisions It is spacious and comfortable in fact the pictures don’t do it justice. The owners were prompt and helpful in responding to our queries We all loved it and hope to return in the future Happy memories!!
    Stayed 21 nights in Jun 2021

    10/10 Excellent

    douglas b.

    Liked: Cleanliness
    Irish interlude
    Our family, four adults and three children under ten, stayed here for one week this past September. Everything was as described in the VRBO site. The location was about an hour south of Dublin by car as well as by train. Locally the house is comfortably removed but not remote. It sits on a gentle cliff overlooking the Irish Sea. The property is extensive including the groomed lawn area. The beach, if not formally private, may as well be so. It spans a quarter mile with near one hundred feet depth. We utilized it way more than we expected. The house was very comfortable living/cooking/eating-wise and quiet as could be, other than soft wave sounds, at all times. Three bedrooms on the second floor one on the main. Both baths are across the hall from each other on the main adjacent to the bedroom. We seven shared easily. The kitchen accommodated three cooks and the dining room table expands to seat seven. Privacy and safety was never an issue. We were comfortable on and off the property including the beach. Arklow is nearby for groceries, fuel, train station and whatever. Gorey to the south is the more picturesque with shops, pubs and a great fruit seller as you approach Gorey from the north. We visited Trim Castle directly from the airport then focused on locations in the southeast. Everywhere we visited, including daily pub lunches, we were received with pleasantries and conversation. Not a bad word a say about any encounters in Ireland. However Aer Lingus needs a lot more legroom! Colin, our host, stayed in touch while we were there and was eager to insure our comfort and satisfaction. Enjoy.
    Stayed 7 nights in Sep 2019