Situated on St Brigid’s Terrace in Oldcastle, County Meath, travellers will find an excellent, three-star rated self-catering accommodation. The property is semi-detached and fully refurbished with four bedrooms, three of which are ensuite. There is also a main bathroom with bath, shower and toilet, as well as a downstairs toilet.
During a stay at this self-catering accommodation, visitors can enjoy quiet time in the large sitting room, which boasts an open fireplace, TV, CD and DVD facilities. They can also prepare meals in the kitchen/dining area, which features an electric hob, oven, dishwasher and microwave. Additionally, the property includes a utility room with washing machine and oil-fired central heating, with oil and electricity included. Towels and linen are supplied, and a high chair is available on request.
Oldcastle is famous for being the birthplace of St Oliver Plunkett and the home of the Loughcrew Cairns, a group of Neolithic passage tombs dating back to 3000 BC. The area is also renowned for its fishing, making it an ideal holiday destination for anglers.
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