If you are searching for a gorgeous, friendly place to stay that  provides you with everything you need, including free Wi Fi, to explore Ireland, then take a look at our five unique cottages in the Sunny South East of Ireland! Located in picturesque County Wexford, we are 2 hours from Cork and Dublin and close to the medieval cities of Waterford and Kilkenny, and major attractions like Waterford Crystal, The Rock of Cashel, and the Blarney Stone.



The Cottages


Our delightful and unique self-catering cottages at Warren Farm, in the picturesque countryside of South East Ireland, are perfect for a quiet relaxing holiday, with a wonderful choice of fascinating places to visit on your doorstep, ranging from ancient castles and abbeys, to the Dunbrody Emigrant Ship, JFK Park & Arboretum, and stunning rugged coastline with countless unspoilt and beautiful sandy beaches and pretty little fishing villages of Hook Peninsula.

Our splendid stone-built cottages have been lovingly transformed and revamped from their past heritage as stables and farm buildings to provide all the contemporary comforts and conveniences of home, including free Wi Fi, while retaining their attractive and timeless traditional features. Each cottage has its own distinct character, private garden, BBQ and garden furniture to make the most of the long, languid summer evenings.




Step Inside & See






Relax & Unwind

In The Sunny South East

Surrounded by patchworks of fields, rolling hills and river valleys with a fabulous rugged coastline, unspoilt beautiful sandy beaches, pretty fishing villages and medieval forts, castles and abbeys.

Explore The Coastline

We are so lucky to have a beautiful coastline near us with lots of fabulous unspoilt beaches dotted along the Hook Peninsula, accessed by small laneways. The closest beach is at Duncannon, 13 Km from Whitechurch, about 15 minutes by car.


Ancient East

Warren Farm is located on the Norman Way, a wonderful heritage trail which traces our Norman Heritage stretching from New Ross and along the Barrow Estuary to the Hook Peninsula and continuing along the south coast to Bannow, Kilmore Quay and Rosslare.


Historical Sites

County Wexford has a rich heritage and endles places to visit. Some of the nearby historical sites are Tintern Abbey, and Dunbrody Abbey which date back to the Normans.


Family Fun

From swimming, horse riding to indoor activity centres or just walking along miles of rugged coastline there is lots to see and do for families with children of all ages.