Dromana’s East Wing is steeped in old world charm with modern day facilities. The four double/twin bedrooms all have spectacular views of the river below where the wildlife go about their daily routines.
The River Duplex has been renovated to the highest standards. The upper level accommodates a sitting room withHand crafted solid oak mantle piece over a solid fuel stove, with french door out onto balcony overlooking river.
The pictures on the website don’t do Dromana house justice! The gardens are beautiful and I imagine are even more amazing in spring/Summer. Loved every aspect of our time in Co. Waterford. Thank you Barbara and Nicholas for sharing your wonderful home and garden.
Lorna & Michael WheelerNorthampton U.K.
Thank you. Now every holiday in Ireland will have to live up to our time in Dromana if that is possible.
Elizabeth & John ScottLisburn Co. Antrim
From Dromana , Australia to Dromana Ireland. Once again the highlight of Europe – Back soon.
Graham & Pru PittockVictoria Australia
Wonderful restorative stay after many weeks of travel. Loved the history of the house – so interesting. Thanks Barbara.
Anna Jean DickeyFlorida U.S.A.
We had never visited County Waterford befoe and using Dromana as our base found that it was the perfect setting for a very enjoyable week. It speaks volumes when two teenage girls do not moan and indeed report positively on social media about their time spent in the wonderful grounds and comfortable apartment. Thank you Barbara and Nicholas.
The Purdy familyBelfast
Thank you for warm welcome on our first visit to Ireland. We loved our stay at Dromana.
Van der Feltz familyBlaricun The Netherlands
Searching our heritage from the village found names of our ancestors in the rock house at Dromana which is by the river, from the 1850’s. Absolutely loved the estate.
Bill & Roz NorrisU.S.A.
We’ve had a fantastic time at Dromana and in Waterford. What a lovely, scenic and peaceful location this is. The apartment is lovely – really spacious and very well equipped – lovely hosts.
During our stay we’ve seen/done/tried:
Dungarvan, Youghal, Nicholas’s cider ( lovely & thanks). Knockadoon Point , the Greenway ( parts of), The Cliff Walk at Ardmore, the Copper Coast drive ( stunning) The Vee, walks on Clonea strand, in Dromana gardens. We ran out of time and didn’t get to have a local day to fully explore Lismore with it’s Castle,
Cappoquin, & Barrons bakery, and Villierstown and it boat club.
Good food at: The Tannery, Dungarvan; Sea horses Ardmore; The café at Stephen Pearse Pottery in Shanagarry; Gourmet House café on the square in Dungarvan. For great Irish arts and crafts; Ardmore pottery in Ardmore.