Warren Farm Guest Cottages
Warren Farm Guest Cottages, Whitechurch, New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland
A traditional family farmhouse in a picturesque country setting near JFK Arboretum, JFK Ancestral Home, Dunbrody Abbey, Tintern Abbey and The National Heritage Park in County Wexford, Ireland, owned by the Warren family, who have been farming the land here for over 200 years.
At the moment the farm enterprise is mainly tillage, with some grazing for cattle and sheep, and the farmyard stables and stone outbuildings have been lovingly converted into individual cottages, while preserving most of their original beauty and character.
Dairy Cottage, possibly the oldest building on the farm, has had a variety of lives and names over the years, including use as a dairy, a refectory for workers, and a corn mill.
Doyle’s Cottage was named after Martin Doyle, the last blacksmith on the farm, who lived in the upper portion of the building, which was also called the Sausauge House from when it was used for sausage-making.
Horseshoe Cottage was formerly used as stables and the adjoining building used for wintering of livestock.
Coach House previously housed the horse coaches and traps, as well as a piggery.
Built in 1899, Granary Cottage was used for bacon curing and potato storage, while its upper floors were ideal for corn storage, and a lean-to housed the hens.
Patricia & Roger Warren-Knight created the cottage gardens from scratch in 1996 in what was the original farmyard, winning 2nd prize for New Gardens in the Shamrock Irish National Gardens Competition and over the years the gardens have blossomed and matured, becoming a haven for butterflies, birds and bees.
You simply wont find a more scenic and pretty home from home while exploring Wexford and beyond!
- Kitchen Facilities
- Laundry Facilities