About This Listing
An award-winning, luxurious home in pretty Tramore, County Waterford, Glenorney By The Sea is an ideal seaside getaway. Boasting exceptional sea panoramas, host Marie Murphy knows just how to pamper guests. Guests will have an irresistible start the
An award-winning, luxurious home in pretty Tramore, County Waterford, Glenorney By The Sea is an ideal seaside getaway. Boasting exceptional sea panoramas, host Marie Murphy knows just how to pamper guests. Guests will have an irresistible start the day with delicious breakfasts of traditional Irish pancakes, sumptuous French toast, fresh local produce and tasty home baking. The house is opposite Tramore's 18-hole championship golf course, so guests can also practice their swing. In Tramore visitors can surf, cycle, horse ride and hike, and top the day off with great food and drink in the town's many restaurants and pubs.
All six ensuite bedrooms including two family suites are tastefully decorated to a very high standard with TV's, clock radio's, hair dryers, trouser press, tea/coffee making facilities and direct dial telephones. Breakfast can be selected from our irresistible menu, which includes traditional Irish pancakes and Marie's very special French toast. We pride ourselves at offering the best of local produce, home baking and preserves. Also, free Wireless broadband services available throughout the house.
Guests can avail of the free broadband, private car parking and access to the well-kept gardens. Both MasterCard and Visa are accepted.
From our location in Newtown, Tramore, you will find spectacular views over Tramore Bay. We are opposite Tramore 18 hole championship golf course. (A drive and nine iron away) and within striking distance of many more famous courses.
Marie and Willie are always available when required.
Tramore itself is a beautiful spot, dotted on the coastline of Southern Ireland. Looking out from the back of the house, you are faced with Tramore Bay, which is approx 3kms in width. To the left is our glorious beach incorporating the sand dunes and the back strand. It was this magnificent strand which gave its name to Tramore. In the Irish language, Tra Mhor literally means "Big Beach".
Yes, there is a bus stop literally across the road from Glenorney By The Sea.
My Son and I stayed for one night with Maire and felt truly at home. The room we had was lovely and very clean. The Breakfast was superb but you do have to decide the evening before? The views from the sitting room/dining room are amazing.