Borrisoleigh, Lough Derg, County Tipperary (9687)

Borrisoleigh, Lough Derg, County Tipperary (9687)
City/Town
Lough Derg
County
Telephone
01756 707 720
Log Cabin
No
Price Info
The price shown is the average price per week. This does not take into account seasonal variation. Please visit the owners website to obtain an accurate idea of price.
Jacuzzi / Hot Tub
no
Pet Restrictions and Welcome Areas
Please check the Imagine Ireland website prior to booking to check if any charges apply.

If you are taking your pet on holiday, you must respect these few simple, common sense requests:
- Please keep your pets off the furniture
- Please exercise your pets outside the garden
- Please remove pet hairs from carpets before you leave
- Please don
Designed with flexible living in mind, Surf is a brand new property with a bright, spacious style and uninterrupted views out to sea. This is a great place to relax in true luxury. With four bedrooms and space to sleep eleven guests, Surf makes the perfect beachside pad for those of you planning to gather the family and enjoy the nearby beaches or groups of friends who want some time out somewhere stylish. All principle rooms enjoy stunning sea views across the bay towards Pentire Head, with wide sweeping balconies and patio areas that make inviting spots to sit back with a glass of wine and admire the scenery. Positioned right above Crantock Beach, Surf more than lives up to its name for those of you keen to grab your boards and make the most of Newquays waves – and youll even be able to check the tide with a quick glance out of the window before making your way down. The property also overlooks the South West Coast Path, so if youre happiest exploring with a hike youll be able to pick up the closest section and enjoy the scenery on foot. Inside, the property has been carefully furnished for a welcoming appearance that makes relaxation easy and theres a high quality finish throughout. From the open plan living and eating area, patio doors lead out onto a large private balcony which is ideal for al fresco dining or taking a quiet moment while enjoying the sun setting over the wide sandy beach. The property also has a large lower ground floor family room, which is ideal for older children to have their own space, with patio doors leading out to a private eating and dining area, and then on to the gently sloping gardens. Surf has four bedrooms, two of which have private en suite bathrooms, a family bathroom and a separate cloakroom. In addition to the four bedrooms, the family room also has two double sofa beds, meaning that this property can sleep between nine and eleven in comfort, and up to fourteen on request. Outside, there are two private parking spaces and a useful surf store for safe storage of equipment. Crantock is a beautiful location from which to explore all that the North Cornwall coast has to offer. From the lively surfing centre of Newquay, which is under three miles away, to the gastronomic delights of Padstow, with celebrity chef Rick Steins restaurant and bistro set around the harbour, and a selection of small beaches and quaint fishing villages in between, there are no shortage of places to see and enjoy. Surf is also an exciting place to stay during the winter months. The spectacular views make it the perfect spot for storm watching and taking in the breathtaking scenery. With a pub and bistro just a short stroll away, great food is always available on your doorstep on those days when you don't fancy cooking. Start planning your perfect stay with the help of the Blue Chip Experience holiday planners. Find out more >>>Designed with flexible living in mind, Surf is a brand new property with a bright, spacious style and uninterrupted views out to sea. This is a great place to relax in true luxury. With four bedrooms and space to sleep eight guests, Surf makes the perfect beachside pad for those of you planning to gather the family and enjoy the nearby beaches or groups of friends who want some time out somewhere stylish. All principle rooms enjoy stunning sea views across the bay towards Pentire Head, with wide sweeping balconies and patio areas that make inviting spots to sit back with a glass of wine and admire the scenery Positioned right above Crantock Beach, Surf more than lives up to its name for those of you keen to grab your boards and make the most of Newquay's waves – and you'll even be able to check the tide with a quick glance out of the window before making your way down. The property also overlooks the South West Coast Path, so if you're happiest exploring with a hike you'll be able to pick up the closest section and enjoy the scenery on foot Inside, the property has been carefully furnished for a welcoming appearance that makes relaxation easy and there's a high quality finish throughout. From the open plan living and eating area, patio doors lead out onto a large private balcony which is ideal for al fresco dining or taking a quiet moment while enjoying the sun setting over the wide sandy beach The property also has a large lower ground floor family room, which is ideal for older children to have their own space, with patio doors leading out to a private eating and dining area, and then on to the gently sloping gardens Surf has four double bedrooms, two of which have private en suite bathrooms, a family bathroom and a separate cloakroom. In addition to the four bedrooms, the family room also has two sofa beds, meaning that this property can sleep between eight and eleven in comfort. Outside, there are two private parking spaces and a useful surf store for safe storage of equipment Crantock is a beautiful location from which to explore all that the North Cornwall coast has to offer. From the lively surfing centre of Newquay, which is under three miles away, to the gastronomic delights of Padstow, with celebrity chef Rick Stein's restaurant and bistro set around the harbour, and a selection of small beaches and quaint fishing villages in between, there are no shortage of places to see and enjoy. Surf is also an exciting place to stay during the winter months. The spectacular views make it the perfect spot for storm watching and taking in the breathtaking scenery. With a pub and bistro just a short stroll away, great food is always available on your doorstep on those days when you don't fancy cooking.

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