23 Church Street,
Telephone: +353 (058) 42168
Mobile: 087 6294754
No. 11 Fainne na Farraige, Ring, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford
Code: MPFaii 11
4 Bed Detached House
Bedrooms: 4 Bed
Dormer Bungalow. 2,300 sq ft. Four Bedrooms, Amazing living space. Finished to a very high standard. Fully furnished and decorated throughout.
Ideal Home/Holiday Home for anyone to enjoy. This property offers spacious accommodation and living areas and has the benefit of a large conservatory. The property is a short stroll from local shops, schools, pubs and harbour. Dungarvan town centre is just 10 minutes drive away.
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Features * Sea views from the rear of the property
* Oak flooring and doors throughout
* Oak fitted kitchen
* Tarmacadem driveway with landscaped gardens
* Two fully tiled en-suites
* Fully Furnished Throughout
* Blinds fiited on all windows
Accommodation Entrance hall, sitting room, lounge, kitchen, dining room, utility, w.c., sun room, four bedrooms, 2 en-suites, bathroom.
BER Details BER: C1 BER No.100385178 Energy Performance Indicator:159.66 kWh/m²/yr
Directions Drive into Ring. Pass Mooney’s Pub, drive straight up the road for about 0.5 mile and Fainne na Farriage development is on the left before you come to the Spar shop.
Ring is ideally situated -
Dungarvan 6 miles (10Km)
Ardmore 6 miles (10Km)
Waterford Airport 31 miles (50Km)
Rosslare Harbour 54 miles (88Km)
Cork Airport 43 miles (50Km)
Dublin 130 miles (210Km
In County Waterford there is a small Gaeltacht region known as An Rinn. This small coastal Gaeltacht overlooks Dungarvan Harbour and is approximately six miles from there. It is a world apart - in its welcoming people, its scenery, its seascape and above all its cultural vitality. The love of Irish music, song, dance and language is infectious in An Rinn.
A spontaneous desire to share tradition with the visitor can erupt at any time in friendly Ring Hostelry. For hikers or bikers, walkers or bird watchers, Ring and Old Parish are hideaways of cliff top trails, unspoiled beaches, inland drumlins and leafy glens. Add to this a hospitable people, and effervescent culture, and everything that makes the Gaeltacht different is on the doorstep.
This lovely, wild area on the western shores of Dungarvan Bay is the heart of An Gaeltacht - an area where the Irish language is the first language of the people. The area contains An Cuinigear, a long, pencil-slim peninsula in Dungarvan Bay which hosts a huge variety of seabirds.
Colaiste na Rinne, an Irish language college, attracts many students of the language for both summer and full term courses.
Crafts in the area include fine cut crystal at Criostal na Rinne and Irish Wildlife Mobiles in Sean Phobal.
Helvic is a tiny, but important fishing port and the nearby Ceann Heilbhic (Helvic Head) commands wonderful views over the bay and Waterford coastline, with the dramatic backdrop of the Comeragh Mountains.
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