Welcome to the South East of Ireland
At the beginning of 2022, we realised our big dream and emigrated from Switzerland to Ireland. We found our dream home in the heart of County Wexford. Near New Ross, my family and I live in the middle of the wonderful nature, surrounded by hills and fields. Spend your holiday with us and discover this beautiful region. We open the door to our traditional farmhouse.
Spend a few relaxing days in the south-east of Ireland.
This impressive botanical garden was built in honour of John F. Kennedy, whose ancestors came from New Ross. Discover the unique plant splendour just 5 minutes from our house and hike up the 200-metre-high hill.
Hook Head (25 minutes away) is a peninsula at the tip of which is the oldest working lighthouse in the world. In good weather, you can see the fishing village of Dunmore East on the opposite side.
Walk in the footsteps of the monks. This impressive monastery (15 minutes away) was built around 1200. Today, an atmospheric ruin has been preserved for visitors interested in Irish monastic history.
Our farmhouse in Terrerath, New Ross
Welcome to our Irish farmhouse - a beautiful, 100-year-old house with rustic charm. Here you can feel the traditional atmosphere of Ireland while enjoying the comforts and amenities of a rural home.
The farmhouse is 130m2 and has all modern comforts.
The separate house with its own entrance, has two bedrooms (with double bed, king-size bed and single bed), kitchen & bathroom. Five guests can stay here. We also have a baby cot available if required.
The dining area has a cosy wood-burning stove and the house is heated by central heating.
Of course we have free Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV, parking at the house and above all a beautiful sun terrace.
The whole house is always rented out for a maximum of 5 people with self-catering and a minimum stay of two nights.
November – February: 110€ / per night
March – October: 145€ / per night
Cleaning fee / 35€
House rules apply
Please send us a reservation enquiry by e-mail. In the calendar below you can see when the house is occupied. Please note that your reservation is binding with a reservation confirmation. The reservation can be cancelled free of charge up to 28 days before the booking date. Up to 14 days before the booking date, 50% of the total price is due. After this period the total price is due.
New Ross is easy to reach by bus from Dublin Airport. By car it is about 2 hours from the airport to our house in Terrerath/New Ross via Enniscorthy. We recommend travelling by rental car so that you are always flexible and independent. We will be happy to give you further tips.
Check-in is from 15:30 at the earliest and check-out until 10:00.
Thank you for your interest. Please click on the button below and send us an e-mail with all the important details: When would you like to spend your holiday with us, how many people are there and do you have any special requests?
Sweet Lamb Farmhouse
Anja Josten & Nicolas Kreutter
New Ross, Irland
In Wexford and Waterford (both 25 minutes away) there are a variety of restaurants, bars and cafés serving delicious regional specialities and drinks. Be sure to try Wexford's famous oysters. For shopping and exploring, we also recommend the towns of Enniscorthy (approx. 25 minutes) or Kilkenny (approx. 50 minutes).
Just 20 minutes from our house is the large and popular sandy beach in a beautiful bay. This beach is also very popular during the holiday season because of the pubs and restaurants. We recommend fish & chips and a cool pint.
The only inland harbour in Ireland with the famous landmarks "Dunbrody Famine Ship" and "The Emigrant Flame". New Ross is only 9 minutes away from our guesthouse. It has several pubs & restaurants, shopping facilities and a beautiful riverside promenade.
Woodstock Gardens is a beautiful historic garden in County Kilkenny, half an hour away. The garden was created in the 18th century and has an impressive collection of plants and trees from around the world. The highlight of the garden is the beautiful woodland area, which offers stunning views of the River Nore and the surrounding countryside.
Johnstown Castle is an impressive castle in County Wexford, around half an hour away. It was built in the 1830s for the famous Irish politician and scientist John W. Foster. The castle is set in extensive grounds surrounded by a breathtaking landscape of parks, forests and lakes. The highlight is the free-roaming peacocks, which you can feed.
Kilmore Quay is a picturesque fishing village, 45 minutes away, on the south-east coast of Ireland - renowned for its stunning beaches and fishing tradition. The village offers a charming mix of old fishermen's cottages and modern facilities, making it a favourite destination for tourists from all over the world.