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Carrick, Portarlington

If you enjoy drinking wine and eating mussels and being alone with an historic garden with old chestnut and fruit trees and a view over the bay, Carrick is the place to be. There are excellent local restaurants, featuring local seafood and extensive opportunities for long walks. This business is managed by Stockdale and Leggo who do not live on-site. From June 2006, a second cottage will operate from the same site. This is equipped to cater for wheelchair dependent people.

Accommodation Options


Washing machine, dryer


Double bed and 2×2 bunks

Sitting room

Open fire, television, video player and CD player

Dining room

Table for 6 people


Fully equiped kitchen with stove and microwave


Bath, shower over bath and separate toilet

Activites and Experiences at Carrick

  • Direct
  • Boat Ramp
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Beach
  • Food and Wine
  • Historic/Heritage
  • Honeymoon
  • Romance
  • Not Available

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