About this listing
Consisting of 2 bedrooms with king beds in each and 1 single bed .Suit family as ensuite shower [no bath], whb and toilet is shared.Towels and bed cloths are supplied. All amienitys+TV are there.40ml/60km from Dub+5 min to Kildare Village shop outlet
See the photos of this house that is on the same site as another.
We live in a quite area [just a little of the beaten track but very accessible to shopping and motorways etc] where the peace fullness of the country side can be enjoyed.
All facilities in the house. Cooking, washing, drying and ironing facilities are in the house. There is free to air TV and some books and CDs that can be used. We also have some tourist information leaflets as well as some other literature. There is ample parking and the gate to the property is 'coded' and has remote control access.
Interaction with Guests
We will only have contact with you as necessary so that you can enjoy your stay
We live in a rural area [just a little of the beaten track but very accessible to motorways and shopping] and we are about:
- 7miles / 10km from M7 Dublin/Limerick/Cork Motorway
- 8 miles / 11km from M9 Dublin / Waterford Motorway
- Motorways give easy access to North/South and East
- 8 miles / 11 km from Kildare town
- 6 miles / 9 km from Monasterevin town
- 7 miles / 10 km from Athy town
- 8 miles / 11 km from Curragh Race Coarse
- 40 miles / 60 km from Dublin city centre
- 50 miles / 80 km from Dublin airport
- 2 miles / 4 km from Nurney village where there is a shop, chipper and petrol filling station.
Unfortunately we are not serviced by public transport at our location; which is a little off the beaten track; but accessible to motorways and . Trains, buses and taxis are available at Kildare, Athy and Monasterevin - but you are advised that it is easier to get around by car.
Other Things to Note
Athy, Kildare and Monasterevin are towns that are full of history and different attractions. We are within driving distance to the famous Glendlough and the Wicklow mountains. We are also near to a cluster of villages of Moone, Timolin and Ballitore in south Co. Kildare. Moone is famous for its granite High Cross and is one of the finest examples of High Crosses [that stands at nearly 17 feet high] in Ireland.
Hi There - just respect the house as it were your own - in so far as possible please leave it as you found it. We use oil for central heating. In autumn/winter/spring - a daily allowance will be allowed for central heating. Once your daily allowance for the central heating has been used it will be necessary to apply a surcharge for any additional usage. This will be explained on your arrival. There is no charge for electricity. Smoking outside house is OK.
Respecting the house will ensure that all will enjoy their stay.
Any problems with any thing don't hesitate to contact me.
'A problem shared - a problem solved'.
Many thanks, Fi.