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Ash blonde beach meets golfing

Bing House, County Wexford

Architect designed and full of creative features, this inspirational contemporary home is perched on an exposed bluff above St. Helen’s Bay beach - just a chip away from the 14th green of the golf course.
Celebrated as the sunniest part of Ireland, Rosslare is ideally located for visitors from Europe and Dublin alike, and an ideal location during the Wexford Opera Festival.

sitting room

Light and airy with Mod Cons

There is something intriguing about this wide white international style home -you can’t wait to get inside and see how it works.

back view of house stairs

The entrance is at landing level, but just above it is a voluminous sitting room, where enormous window walls reveal the real rationale for this house – a stunning and unpredictable expanse of ocean.

sofa stove


  • Sleeps
    Up to 8 guests
    From €2,800 per week
  • Bedrooms
    Two double bedrooms & Two twin bedrooms
    All are ensuite
  • Other Rooms
    Sitting room, kitchen/dining room, TV den, games room with snooker table, luxury family bathroom, guest wc, utility room, Garage
  • Features
    Beach frontage, Furnished patio with gas BBQ
  • Contempo
    Flat screen TVs, DVD player, WiFi internet, integrated sound system, underfloor heating
    Good Cell phone reception
  • Availability
    Weekly: Saturday to Saturday
  • Restrictions
    Children over 12 are welcome
    Sorry, pets are not permitted
stair detail sunflower sitting room pano

Sliding the windows aside, there is a skirting balcony overlooking an expanse of lawn that abruptly falls away to sandy St. Helen’s beach below.

Spacious, contemporary and open plan in style, the living area wraps around a double-sided wood-burning stove, and wanders up a step into an equally generous dining area.
A long galley kitchen of pink granite surfaces spans one wall, with a breakfast bar at one end.

dining room kitchen window
dining table

A lofty attic ceiling unites these inclusive door-less spaces, while a featured glass block wall re-distributes the daylight throughout the home.

glass wall flower vase
Facilities & Amenities

Kitchen Appliances

• Twin oven electric cooker
• 4 ring electric hob
• Fridge
• Freezer, plus a separate freezer in utility room
• Dishwasher
• Toaster
• Microwave
• Nespresso coffee machine

Utility Appliances

• Washing machine
• Tumble dryer
• Iron


• Sizes - One double bed, one King-size and four singles
• Hairdryer

Tech & Entertainment

• Wi-Fi Internet
• 2 Flat-screen TVs
• Eir sports
• DVD player
• Integrated home sound system


• Large selection of books
• Snooker table
• Electric piano
• Underfloor heating
• Gas Barbeque
• Garage
• Kayak available
the kitchen

Tall sliding doors lead across a broad landing to the master bedroom, with more of that dazzling view, a charming ensuite with his & her basins, and an integrated sound system.

master bedroom bed view from master bedroom ensuite basins

Off the landing there is a guest wc, an alcove office, a games room with snooker table, and the stairway that leads to the lower ground-floor accommodation, utility room, and access to the garage and garden.

wc office window snooker table

Ground Floor

A central corridor stretches the length of the lower level, before doubling back to the entrance lobby.


Along one side, a kid’s bedroom and an expansive double bedroom flank a cosy TV den, with a built in wood-burning stove.

kids room kids room door

All these rooms open directly on to the lawned garden that overlooks the beach and the lobster boats.

tv den TV room
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All the bedrooms have ensuite shower rooms, including a twin bedroom at the end, but there is also an additional luxurious family bathroom.

ensuite shower room bathroom twin room


Smoking - No, sorry!
Parties - The owners regret Stag, Hen, Wedding or 21st parties are not admissible.

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master bedroom


Bing is down a secluded lane sandwiched between the beach and the 14th green of St. Helen’s Bay golf course. It’s a bit of a scramble to get down to the shore, as the steps were washed away in recent storms, so it is more easily reached via stairs at the Golf Club a short stroll away.
Directly out to sea is the Tuskar Rock. Now topped by a lighthouse, ferries from France and the UK can be seen avoiding it daily en route to Rosslare Europort.

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the beach balcony window

There is a large sheltered Barbeque patio to the southern end of the house that can be accessed directly from the balcony – a wonderful spot morning and evening.

house from front
the beach

Out and About

Wexford has loads to do and see, we just can’t list everything...

rosslare strand
Here are links to some of our favourite activities-

The Bing House truly is a Unique Irish Home...

We rented the Bing House for a promotional event for the new Rockshore cider. The picturesque beach view, the huge garden and the architecturally amazing building helped us create an incredible event. Upon arriving at the Bing house, every one of our 20 guests made their way to the edge of the garden where they were completely blown away by the beach view.
The group, which comprised of bloggers, designers, photographers and models were treated to a 3 course meal which was easily prepared in the state of the art kitchen.
The house itself was immaculate. Homely yet modern, the Bing house offered a relaxed and authentic atmosphere. Everyone loved it.
The booking process is straight forward and user friendly. Unique Irish Homes accommodated every request with professionalism and expertise.

Joseph Garvey, March 2019

the front lawn Facebook Page

using Bing in search for posts

About the Locality

Bing House is at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac about 5 minutes by car from Rosslare Harbour, where there is a fine supermarket. The harbour is the main Ferry terminal for Ferries to France and South Wales, so there are multiple fine eateries and pubs within the area.

Wexford is home of the Irish Strawberry, you’ll find them for sale along the the roadside everywhere – delicious.

The Town of Wexford, a 20 minute drive away is the County Capital. Perhaps best known for hosting the country's premier opera event which plays to packed audiences over an 18 day annual spectacular.

Wexford Opera

photo Clive Barda

Until the mid 19th century the extinct middle English dialect of Yola could be heard spoken in Wexford, and a few words still remain in use.

Click here for more information on Ireland’s Ancient East

Tuskar rock

Tuskar Rock which can be seen clearly from the house, is actually a group of rocks around 11km out, topped by a lighthouse. Tidal currents are powerful at this point where two ocean currents meet. These rocks have been responsible for at least 167 wrecks, which is something of an Irish record. A huge number of ships and German U-boats were sunk off Wexford's coasts during the first World War. Tuskar is actually a Viking word, meaning “Large Rock” - rather unimaginatively.

Curracloe Beach just north of Wexford Harbour, was the location in 1997 for the opening scenes of the movie Saving Private Ryan.

The Lighthouse at the tip of the Hook Peninsula is one of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world. A 13th Century Norman structure, it is also one of the most fascinating examples of medieval architecture in Ireland.
The tower stands four stories high with walls up to 4m thick. The upper tier which is 6m in diameter originally supported the beacon fire, which was later replaced by the lantern. Fog guns which were situated at the cliff edge, were fired every 10 minutes.

The Irish National Heritage Park at Ferrycarrig includes various exhibits spanning 9000 years of Irish History, allowing the visitor to wander around re-creations of historic Irish dwellings.


The privately owned Saltee Islands are situated approximately 5km off Kilmore Quay. A haven for sea birds including gannets, puffins and Manx shearwaters. Great Saltee is the most famous bird sanctuary in Ireland.

For golfers, St. Helen’s Golf Club is literally just across the road, but there is also a fine links at Rosslare strand.

Rosslare Golf Club

How to get there - Car advised..

By Air: Flights to Dublin, or Cork.
Dublin Airport – just over 2 hours from the house
Cork Airport - approx 3 hours from the house.

By Sea: Ferry crossings from Pembroke/Fishguard to Rosslare. Stena Express - 120 mins (summer only from Fishguard)
Dublin City Port/Holyhead has a fast crossing and is just over 2 hours from the house

note that Bing House is protected by full security monitoring at all times

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