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Dungarvan Bed and Breakfast, Comeragh View Ballyvoile, Stradbally, Dungarvan, Waterford
Welcome to Comeragh View Dungarvan Bed and Breakfast accommodation and we would like to thank you fortaking the time to view our website. We hope you find it informative and that it will encourage you to visit our lovely part of Ireland.
Comeragh View B&B accommodation Dungarvan is an Award Winning Family run home Bed and Breakfast. Twice Winner of the Family Homes of Ireland Award and Various other Awards.
Upon arrival you can expect to be greeted with fresh homemade treats and refreshments all accompanied by the warmth of the Irish “Cead Mile Failte” Welcome.
Any information or help required feel free to ask any of the family members who will be only too pleased to help you.
Comeragh View B&B is located off the R675 Coastal Route in the Picturesque Area of Ballyvoile. The nearest village is Stradbally.
is embedded in a rich countryside which has attracted settlers over the last 2000years. The Village still shows signs of Iron Age settlements, some of which straddle the protruding headlands into the Atlantic Ocean nearby and is also nestled into the backdrop of the Comeragh Mountains which add greatly to the majestic background of this quaint Waterford village. Just off to the north of the Village lies Drumlohan, an ancient Celtic underground refuge lined with re used inscribed stones from a lost pre-Christian ritual site.
Stradbally was built upon what was known as the King’s Highway which is now known as the R675 Coastal Route. From the early 14th Century to the Late 18th Century Stradbally became somewhat of a war zone between rival clans the Powers and Fitzgerald’s, a tell tale sign of this still stands today in the graveyard of St. James Church. The Fitzgerald’s eventually came through and began restoring Stradbally to its natural beauty which can be seen today.
Stradbally has won a variety of awards for the beauty and it’s well kept landscapes. Some awards won by the village include Best Thatched Cottage Award, Category Winner Tidy Towns and Twice represented Ireland in the International Entente Florale competition.
When visiting Stradbally you can enjoy miles of peaceful walks on country lanes, along shore and cliff or in the mountain areas along the Sli Slainte designated routes. You can also visit any one of the 3 sandy beaches within walking distance of the Village. Boating, Swimming and Fishing can be enjoyed in the quaint cove. Explore the ancient ruins and historical sites in the area and venture to Whelans bar afterwards to get the inside track and enjoy a friendly atmosphere and drink. For the cycling enthusiasts Stradbally is located on the Leisure Cycle route No. 4 which can be seen on wwww.waterfordsportpartnership.com