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The Mews: "Delightful!"
Very peaceful location, lovely setting at the foot of a field & with a private garden. It is part of a farmyard complex which makes it more interesting as there is the 'big house' & a stables attached. The cottage surpassed our expectations from the website & in our view is bigger & lovelier than the photos demonstrate. The Mews is the perfect cosy cottage that you'd hope for; it has been modernised whilst retaining character features. The living room is v. comfortable & I imagine very warm & cosy on chilly evenings with the wood stove lit & the curtains drawn. The additional summer room (breakfast/dining room) is a lovely light spot to sit looking out & makes the cottage much more spacious than it might otherwise feel. The bathroom is a modern wet room with fab shower. The bedroom is comfy & cosy & traditional. The owner was very welcoming, friendly and helpful. Although the cottage backs onto a yard with stables & visitors coming & going, it caused no disturbance for us at all. The owner has a dog who often keeps guard of The Mews but is impeccably behaved. It isn't a good location if you're looking for nightlife as it's a few miles to the nearest town but then there's no need to go out when staying in such a lovely place. Although the cottage is passed by The Wicklow Way, the local walks often involve conifer forests forestry commission style; the local scenery is pleasant but not dramatic. However, it's about an hour's drive to The Wicklow Mountains which are fantastic & well worth a visit expecially Glendalough where there are different waymarked walks. English walkers note that there is not the proliferation of footpaths in Ireland that we are used to in England. Kilkenny made a good day trip for sightseeing & culture. It took us (driving on the slower side) approx. 1.5 hours from Dublin airport to get to The Mews. Highly recommended for the cottage itself especially.
I'd like to thank the reviewer for going to the trouble to write this. It's our first year of letting and it's encouraging to get a good review. The dog's name is Tara, and she loves sitting outside the Mews. She a gentle soul, who lives in hope of being patted, but does look like a guard dog. We confine her elsewhere when guests prefer.
We hope to keep our standards up, and provide our guests with as much useful local info as possible. These reviewers themselves generously noted down a few walks and places of interest they found, and left them for others to use.
Holiday in Ireland
Liz and Michael made my stay so comfortable. I felt like one of the family! The dogs are a delight and the Mews is cozy and well put out. If I come back to Ireland I will surly stay with Liz. The farm is close enough to town but you still have the quiet of the countryside. I can't say enough nice things...
Comfortable Rural Accommodation
We loved our time at the Mews at Aghowle House. We found the accommodation very comfortable and clean. We enjoyed the sun room and the wood fire was pleasant after a day of touring.The bed was very comfortable. We spent our time driving around to the many interesting sites within easy traveling distance. We were entertained by the dogs especially Pi. The horses and Peter the donkey were just lovely and good subjects for the many photos I took. Did I mention the super sunsets? Wow! The hosts provided a binder full of information about the accommodation and the local area but were available to answer questions and provide any needed assistance. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the countryside and recommend this property. Hopefully we will get back ourselves.
A rural retreat away from it all.
We had to postpone our trip from September 2014 and Liz could not have been more helpful. The Mews is a lovely self-contained Let in this small holding where the owner also lives. It is rustic and charming with all the amenities we needed but with the addition of a wonderful garden with far reaching views and an owner who made us feel most welcome (together with Pi her dog).
We stayed four nights and it was so relaxing and peaceful. Although quite remote it is easily reached and there are so many lovely towns and villages nearby. Liz provides lots of information on things to do and places to visit - our favourite was Courtown Harbour approx 25 mins drive away. Here you can wander round the little shops, grab a coffee and walk along the beach and/or beautiful woodland. All in all a really great place to stay topped off by a friendly and welcoming lady who could not have done more for us or our 2 dogs.
Charming and comfortable accommodation.
We loved our time at the Mews at Aghowle House. It was cozy and comfortable with a lovely sun room for sitting in. Liz and Michael are charming and full of information on local attractions. We spent our time driving around the countryside to the many interesting sites and walking trails within easy traveling distance from the Mews or lazing in front of a peat fire with books and hot drinks. Pi the terrier is a delightful visitor and we enjoyed meeting Willow the horse and Peter the donkey - very well-mannered and affable equines, especially where carrots are involved. There is a binder full of information about the accommodation and a selection of notes and maps left by previous residents on where they went and what they enjoyed in the area. If we ever make it back to Ireland (and I hope we do) I will definitely make plans to return to Aghowle House and would recommend it highly to anyone wanting a quiet country retreat full of charm.
Charming and comfortable accommodation
We loved our time at the Mews at Aghowle House. It was cozy and comfortable with a lovely sun room for sitting in. Liz and Michael are charming and full of information on local attractions. We spent our time driving around the countryside to the many interesting sites within easy traveling distance from the mews or lazing in front of a peat fire with books and hot drinks. Pi the terrier is a delightful visitor and we enjoyed meeting Willow the horse and Peter the donkey - very well-mannered and affable equines, especially where carrots are involved. There is a binder full of information about the accommodation and a selection of notes and maps left by previous residents on where they went and what they enjoyed in the area. If we ever make it back to Ireland (and I hope we do) I will definitely make plans to return to Aghowle House and would recommend it highly to anyone wanting a quiet country retreat full of charm.
Verbindliche Steuern & Gebühren
We welcome weekend and mid-week bookings off-season. Just send us an enquiry and we'll try to accommodate your needs. We charge weekly and weekend rates, but not nightly unless guests wish to stay an extra night. 4 or more days are treated as a full week. If you contact us with odd days we will always try to be as reasonable as possible. Gas is included for the gas cooker. Oil and electricity are metered at cost. A starter pack is provided for the wood-burning stove. 2 small dogs are allowed, or one large one. Fees are by arrangement, and please remember your pets will need passports and rabies injections