Tucked into the South East corner of Ireland there is a secluded sanctuary that is The Woodhouse Estate.

 

A place to watch in wonder as the seasons unfold in a glorious natural environment rich in fauna and flora. Centuries old Beech and Oak form a woodland canopy sheltering wild deer and providing a cosy habitat to the wily fox and red squirrel.

 

     

Wander and pick from branches laden with berries or gather chestnuts from leafy paths. Picnic in hidden glades, watch otters play in late evening sunshine or simply lose yourself in time on river banks carpeted in bluebells and wild garlic.

 

 The exceptionally handsome Georgian mansion stands proudly in the most beautiful setting sheltered by a fine stance of mature woodland overlooking the River Tay which meanders through grounds and parkland down to the sea. A beautiful family home with elegant reception rooms affording gracious living yet with places for little ones to lose themselves in games of hide and seek..

 

 

The Woodhouse Estate adjoins the small, quaint, tranquil village of Stradbally on the Atlantic coast with its beautiful views over the sea, situated in the South-East of Ireland, about 35 kms from Waterford City and 80 kms from Cork. Stradbally is a pretty village with medieval origins in the County of Waterford. Waterford city is a major commercial and cultural centre and was established in Viking times and it has an exciting medieval flavour and riverside bustle.

 

Buildings comprise Gate Lodge, the main house, large farm yard with extensive cut stone buildings and a stable yard which provides excellent modern stabling with fifteen loose boxes, separate tack room, w/c and adjoining four span hay barn. There are also a further three estate cottages.

 


The Estate is 30 minutes from Waterford airport which has flights to the UK and France on a daily basis and which can accommodate private jets. Cork International Airport is 1 hour, Shannon 1.5 hours and Dublin is 2 hours away.