There is space to park your car at Carthys Cottage
This cottage is situated in a rural location
If you've got a small child, make use of the supplied cot
If you've got a small child, a highchair is available
If you've got a small child, a highchair can be requested
Try a short break
Winter short breaks available
No need to bring towels and linen
Warm your toes by the open fire
Your dog is allowed at Carthys Cottage.
You have use of the washing machine in this cottage
A DVD player is provided
This cottage has 1 bathrooms
You can expect a good level of quality and comfort at Carthys Cottage
Reviews of Carthys Cottage
The holiday cottage of "Carthys Cottage" can be found in Dungarvan in Waterford. Sleeping 5 people in 2 bedrooms. The accommodation consists of: Two lower ground floor bedrooms: 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single, 1 x twin (accessed through family room). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (split-level). Lower ground floor sitting room with solid fuel stove. Radiators powered by solid fuel stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV, DVD, CD/radio, library of books, games and DVDs. Pool table and table football in outbuilding.
A family sized holiday cottage near County Waterford, Carthys Cottage could be the one for you.
These are the reviews for Carthys Cottage. There are 15 reviews.
We had a fridge full of anything we could need on our first night/morning - an Irish breakfast, milk, wine and a fire lit! - The cottage was steeped in history and a wonderful throw back to traditional Irish living - this was a very relaxing week and we were close enough to Dungarvan to access all entertainment and fabulous restaurants we needed - it was also prefect for our dogs with its big garden which is enclosed and safe. I would highly recommend this cottage and host. If its a couple's escape you are seeking - then step back in time to Carthy's cottage and enjoy every moment it provides. We got out and about every day and discovered many coves/beaches and towns within 20 miles all worth a visit - Lismore, Stradbally, Dungarvan - the trip to Dunmore East and Passage East is beautiful - the Copper Coast drive is also a wonderful way to spend the day. A most memorable week. Ms Brown (August 2018)
Lovely located not too far from Dungarvan. Quiet located for a relaxing holiday. Plenty of attractions and sight seeing not too far away. Mrs Farrell (July 2018)
Very good host, who did that extra step to please, by giving information about things happening(i.e. farmers market) nearby. Mr Hesp (July 2018)
The cottage was lovely but would recommend better quality furniture seating in living room very uncomfortable everything else was fine Mr Kiely (July 2018)
If I book through Booking com, Idon't want to communicate still with another office. You phoned me several times and when I call back you don't know why they phoned me. And I booked 5 appartements in Ireland and when you phone me why schould I know which appartement it concerns and I thought I would just communicate with Booking com and not with somebody else. Mr Bradi (June 2018)
Our host Bernie was very welcoming and helpful - even with our two dogs, we talked briefly about before arrival! All information needed was provided so we did not need to ask for more support. Our host gave us a little tour around the house and the surrounding area. We hiked and did cycling tours - the Greenway from Dungarvan to Waterford is perfect for that. So was the accommodation: A beautiful and charming cottage with a big garden including stunning view. The pictures in the listing show ... Ms Mueller (June 2017)
All information needed was provided so we did not need to ask for more support. Our host gave us a little tour around the house and the surrounding area. We hiked and did cycling tours - the Greenway from Dungarvan to Waterford is perfect for that. So was the accommodation: A beautiful and charming cottage with a big garden including stunning view. The pictures in the listing show exactly what you'll find. Ms Mueller (June 2017)
We stayed in Carthy's cottage with our small dog. We were made most welcome and the cottage was lovely and traditional but with every mod con we needed. The front enclosed courtyard and big grassy enclosed garden at the back of the house was perfect and safe for our dog. The cottage itself was much roomier than we expected. The landlady was very kind and helpful and was ever only a phonecall or text away. The area was so peaceful and we were never too far away from the places and sights we choose to visit. The Comeragh Mountains and Mahon Falls are only a 20 minute drive away and Colligan Woods less than 10 minutes away. So many lovely walks and such beautiful scenery and a lovely traditional cottage to relax in, a holiday to remember! Mrs Doran (September 2016)
We stayed in Carthy's cottage with our small dog. We were made most welcome and the cottage was lovely and traditional but with every mod con we needed. The front enclosed courtyard and big grassy enclosed garden at the back of the house was perfect and safe for our dog. The cottage itself was much roomier than we expected. The landlady was very kind and helpful and was ever only a phonecall or text away. The area was so peaceful and we were never too far away from the places and sights we ... Mrs Doran (September 2016)
Our host, was a delight. She helped us in every way to make our stay interesting and comfortable; pointing out local cultural activities and sights. We would gladly stay there again. Mr Kran from Coronado (July 2016)
This peaceful rural gem is a uniquely charming cottage enhanced by the charming warm welcome from the hosts. It has a very spacious and attractive walled courtyard, (which was perfectly suitable to contain our large dog) together with a large well-maintained garden which includes an outdoor dining area. We thoroughly recommend it as a haven of tranquillity, yet it was within reasonable driving distance of local attractions. Mrs Wilson (June 2016)
A lovely old style Irish cottage, set in a beautiful scenic valley in Waterford. We were met by the lady who owns the house at the crossroads about a mile from the cottage to guide us there, she had already been at the cottage and had the fire lighting and the ingredients for the welcome Irish breakfast ready which was very thoughtful. We had chosen this pet friendly cottage as we had our 2 Vizslas with us. The house has plenty of room around outside also with a spacious yard at the front and a large sized garden at the back. The location is quiet secluded and on its own, it is enclosed and gated which was great as the dogs were safe, knew the boundary and relaxed. The cottage was clean neat and tidy, it gave an idea of what life was like in rural Ireland in times past but except of course now with all mod cons. The landlady was very helpful in giving us guidanace on the property and advice on the area when we arrived, and during our time there she messaged at times to see if all was O.K. if she could do anything for us or if we were in need of anything. This cottage is ideal if planning to tour some of Waterford, as its central to many attractions. We were very fortunate to have a dry sunny week and we went on many long beautiful dog walks in the area. A folder in the cottage outlined many very good walks throughout the county. We were all well recharged after a very enjoyable week at Carthy’s Cottage and look forward to visiting again. Hardhat (October 2015)
It was obviously restored with passion, great time and effort to keep its original look but with great thought put into modern living standards. The stove fire left the radiators throughout the house hot and everything required for a comfortable, stress free break away had been thought of. If you want to step back in time and escape the world, this is the spot. Mr Molloy (September 2014)
Great place to stay. Lovely cottage with a big safe enclosed garden. Perfect for dogs. Handy for Dungarvan and the Tannery restaurant! Fiona (October 2013)
Liked the friendliness and helpfulness of the owner - she was a delightful woman, who couldn't do enough to ensure we had a wonderful stay. The situation was in a quiet, rural setting, which was just what we wanted. The cottage was full of character, and a comfortable place to stay in. Ms Gilhespy from Bristol (August 2013)
Think that Carthys Cottage maybe for you? Have a closer look at this cottage with Sykes Holiday Cottages, and see what's available...
If you're looking for other cottages around Carthys Cottage, we've got some cottages below which may take your liking.
There are 21 cottages within 15 miles of Carthys Cottage - and they have reviews too.
These cottages with reviews are within 15 miles of Carthys Cottage
Lismore - County Waterford Distance to Carthys Cottage from Burke Cottage : 13 miles Sleeps 5 • Pub nearby • Off-road parking • Woodburning stove • Short breaks • Open fire • Pets allowed • pet friendly • DVD player • Sleeps 5 show me more...
- Ring nr Dungarvan Distance to Carthys Cottage from 8 An Seanachai Holiday Homes : 7 miles Sleeps 6 • Off-road parking • Wi-Fi • Rural • Pets allowed • pet friendly • 3 bedrooms • sleeps 6 • Sleeps 6 show me more...
- Touraneena Distance to Carthys Cottage from Curradoon House : 4 miles Sleeps 10 • Detached • Off-road parking • Rural • Walks available • DVD player • 4 bedrooms • sleeps 10 • Sleeps 10 show me more...