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The Loft Cottage

County Meath, Ireland

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This delightful thatched cottage has sea views from nearly every room. 

Enter into a hallway that has a guest powder room off of the hallway. Turn left to the open-plan living area that has oak beams and floors and a corner fireplace that has a woodstove insert.  A comfortable sofa and easy char face the garden area.  A painted cupboard and shelf unit holds dishes and object d’être. There is satellite TV, a video/DVD player, a CD player, a radio, direct-dial phone and wireless Internet.

The farmhouse kitchen has an electric oven and stove top, a microwave, a refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, washer and dryer and a breakfast bar.  The dining table, which can seat 4-6, is to the side of the kitchen next to the stairs - you can see it below.

One bedroom has twin beds each with a luscious raspberry cotton bedspread.  There is an armoire and a chest of drawers.  The small window looks down onto the garden area.  The knotty pine en suite bathroom has a shower stall, a long, deep tub, under-floor heating, heated towel rails and a hair dryer.

The loft shares the roof with the Garden Cottage.  An arch-covered driveway separates them from one another so that each cottage is private.

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Unusual or interesting place in the area
Bettystown is a thriving village that has seen much development since the late 1990’s. It has a fine sandy beach and visitors and locals alike enjoy walking along it throughout the year. It has always been a haven for the weary city dwellers of Dublin, many of whom spend summers in the caravan parks. A long established seaside resort with a fine, sandy stretch of beach from Laytown to the mouth of the Boyne at Mornington. The world famous “Tara Brooch” dated 700AD was discovered on the beach in Bettystown.It is now kept in the Royal Academy Collection of the National Museum, Dublin. The quality of the craftmanship, the detail of its ornamentation and the preciousness of its materials all seem to indicate wealthy, if not royal origins.
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