Ballyvoile,Stradbally, Co. Waterford
Telephone: 353 (0)51 293232
Located about 4km from Stradbally, this award winning bed and breakfast accommodation assures the weary travellers of top class luxury accommodation. The bedrooms comfortably furnished and decorated. All facilities, snacks, bottles of spring water, hairdryer, electric blanket, magazines and tourist information folder, secure and private parking. From the breakfast table you can either look out to the Comeragh Mountains or towards the Atlantic Ocean boasting Helvic Head a renowned fishing spot. There is also good bird watching in this area.
Whelan's of Whelan's Bar have a holiday house to let on a private site in the village of Stradbally. Sleeping 6 in luxurious spacious bedrooms, it is just two minutes walk from the beach. To book, call Caroline Whelan( 051-293306).
Stradbally More, Stradbally, Co. Waterford
This delightfully modern, detached cottage, part of a small development of houses, lies just minutes from the beach, in the lovely village of Stradbally, 'Gateway to the Copper Coast', in County Waterford. Well-equipped and tastefully decorated throughout, Nell's Cottage offers a cosy sitting room and lovely bedrooms, perfect for a relaxing getaway with family and friends. Visitors to this lovely Stradbally cottage will enjoy the large kitchen with dining area, perfect for wining and dining together after a busy day, a great way to spend a peaceful evening. Outside, the lawned garden and patio area offer guests a wonderful space to relax in; watch the sun go down on one fun-filled day, as you gather in the garden to plan another. .
Bed & Breakfast
Stradbally, Co. Waterford.
Opening Times: March to November
Contact : Mrs Peg Connors
Telephone: +353 (0)51 293185
Fax: +353 (0)51 293185
The perfect location for a short or long stay, Park House Farm is a lovely old farmhouse, with mature and delightful gardens that offer visitors an opportunity to relax and get away from it all. The glorious Stradbally Beach, perfect for children, is just a few minutes walk through an enchanting oak forest. Each of the 5 rooms is individually furnished, and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation
Shop opening hours: 8.00am - 8.00pm Monday - Saturday
All kinds of everything that you'd expect in your local shop. .
Proprietors: John and Caroline Whelan
Tel: 051 293306
Whelan's has been run by the Whelan family in an unbroken line for almost two hundred years. Built in the 1800's, it was used by the Mercy Nuns for some years as a convent. Subsequently James Whelan leased the premises from the Beresford Family and ran it as a hotel. James's son Patrick and his wife Bridget purchaed the property in 1932 and continued to run it as a hotel for many years.
Patrick's son James(Jimmy) later took over and ran it as a pub and grocery store for the next 50 years. On his retirement the pub passed to his son John and wife Caroline. They run the business as a pub and Tea Room. It is simple, clean, friendly and a great place to stop off. There is a lovely enclosed Beer Garden - a joy on those balmy summer days.
The Cove Bar
Tel: 051 293303
A cosy nook for refreshments
Taxi service: Bridget Drohan 087 9371401
Adrian Power Mechanic
Griffin's garden machinery and filling station
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A wide range of high quality fresh meats from your local expert butchers.