Dunmore East Villas

Co Waterford

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Three bedroomed villas sleeping 6 in 4* comfort

 BORD FAILTE REGISTERED 4*

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Dunmore East is a very special place. It has a bustling harbour with a melée of fishing boats and ocean going yachts. In the village one finds safe sandy (blue flag) beaches, a sprinkling of quaint thatched cottages and excellent restaurants specialising in local seafood - these are the ingredients that make Dunmore East the perfect holiday location. The village - famous for its T.V series "Echoes" - nestles at the entrance to the Waterford Estuary and is rich in history and tradition. A history that is bound up with the sea and the myriad activities that surround it - fishing, sailing, angling, swimming, wind surfing - are still at the heart of life in Dunmore East today.

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  • Fully heated - 3 bedrooms - sleep 6 (cot available on request).
  • 2 bathrooms - one en-suite to master bedroom.
  • Spacious living / dining area with open fireplace and Colour Television
  • Fully equipped kitchen, with fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave oven.
  • Individual barbecue patio areas.
  • Cleaning service
  • Tennis court for sole use of occupiers.
  • Fully landscaped, providing maximum privacy
  • Parking space for 2 cars at each house.
  • 24-hour management service.
  • Superb site, 3 minutes to beach.

Local Attractions:

  • Waterford Crystal.
  • National Heritage Park, Wexford.
  • Celtworld, Tramore.
  • Reginald's Tower.
  • Kilkenny Castle and Design Centre.
  • Kennedy Park.
  • Jerpoint Abbey.
  • Lismore Heritage Centre

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And there is more. Within easy reach of the village the visitor can enjoy horse riding, golf, a visit to the world-renowned Waterford Crystal factory or a trip to the majestic Comeragh Mountains. The Passage East Car Ferry, just 4 miles away, brings close to hand such attractions as Hook Head, which boasts the oldest lighthouse in Europe, and the Kennedy Park Arboretum near New Ross.


Tariffs 2001 in £ Ir and Euros

Per WEEK
Dates

Price

WEEKEND
(2 nights)

Price
01 Jan.
to 31 Mar

£149 63 - E 190

April &
October

£120 50 - E 153

31 Mar
to 12 May

£200 83 - E 255

May &
September

£129 95 - E 165

12 May
to 16 Jun

£299 27 - E 380 Off
Season
£110 23 - E 140
16 Jun
to 30 Jun
£338 65 - E 430 Bank Holidays
(3 nights)
Rates
Jun 30
to 25 Aug
£519 79 - E 660 St Patrick's Day
May, Xmas
£200 83 - E 255
Aug 25
to Sept 08
£399 29 - E 507 Easter
June & October
£250 45 - E 318

Sep 08
to Sep 29

£299 27 - E 380

New Year £300 06 - E 381
29 Sep
to Oct 27
£200 83 - E 255    
Rest of Year
 
£149 64 - E 190 Credit Card Payments - add 2 %

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To make a reservation or for further information please ring Ms Jean KELLY

International Telephone Ireland 00 353 (0) 51 383 699 or Fax 00 353 (0) 51 383 787

E-mail : jkellydhv@tinet.ie

Please mention Celtic Vacances when you contact the owner.