Refurbished Irish stone barns, among fields and forest yet near airport

Refurbished Irish stone barns, among fields and forest yet near airport


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
2 Bathrooms
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The apartment is a large two-bedroom refurbished stone barn. Both the bedrooms and the TV/living room face east, over fields and forest in the scenic and historic county of Meath. It has been refurbished to the very highest modern standards, is well-insulated and very well maintained. There is a twin bedroom downstairs, which is en suite to a disabled accessible bathroom. Upstairs there is a large open plan double bedroom, which is en suite to a bathroom with a traditional cast iron bathroom and has an east-facing balcony. Downstairs there is a fully-fitted kitchen, a dining area and a separate living/TV room. The front of the building faces onto a secluded farm yard, which is beside our personal residence. The back of the building has a terrace, which faces onto fields and forest.

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Who we are

  1. I'm Ciaran, I'm an adult education teacher, my wife Therese works in a library and we have two teenage children, a boy and a girl. We live beside the apartment and we have a small farm, with sheep, cattle and forestry.

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The apartment is about 2km outside of Ashbourne, which is the second biggest town in County Meath. It is only a 20 minute drive to the airport and is only 30 minutes from the centre of Dublin city. It is the perfect launching point for visiting UNESCO heritage sites like New Grange, or taking a trip into Dublin to view the Book of Kells. Ashbourne has a number of shopping centres, has its own cinema and a bus service to Dublin leaving every 15 minutes. Meath is most famous for its historical and archeological sites, such as New Grange, the Hill of Tara and Trim Castle, where many scenes from Braveheart were filmed.

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