The Old Boley Country House is approached via a long tree-lined avenue and retains all of the charm of a
bygone era. A gracious two storey period property built as a residence circa 1775, it boasts original
Georgian style features, exposed cut stone courtyard and wonderful mature gardens.
Great care has been taken to protect the integrity of the building and its environs during all renovation
The property was formerly owned by a prominent political family from which two sisters in turn
married Sean T. O'Kelly who became president of Ireland.
Old Boley is a working farm situated with in beautiful country side. On the farm, Val has been successfully breeding pedigree limousin
cattle for many years, earning him many prestigious awards.
The Bellfry at Old Boley is set in a secluded corner of the courtyard, it evokes a feeling of old fashioned
calm and harmony, a haven of peace so rarely found in today's busy world. Originally built as a Granary it
has been successfully converted into a unique self catering unit utilising many salvaged materials including
reclaimed timbers from the Wexford Quay front.
Traditional meets modern best describes the luxurious decor at the
Experience all that County Wexford has to offer from Old Boley self catering accomodation phone + 353 53 913 4553 or email us now firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.