Garden Rooms in Avoca, County Wicklow

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Bespoke Garden Office in Avoca, County Wicklow

Here, at Modern Garden Rooms Avoca, County Wicklow we offer bespoke garden room and garden office which are built to last and completely insulated to the highest standards. Our stunning and superior garden pod have minimal running costs and are perfect for year-round use. Our innovative seomra designs and finish will complement your garden to a tee. So, increase your living and work space without disrupting your home at a price you can afford.

We offer a free site survey where a member of our team will put you directly in touch with our many satisfied clients so you can get a testimonial of our work first-hand directly from them.

Garden Office and Garden Studio

So, whether you are looking for extra space for the whole family, a room to welcome family or friends staying with you, a home gym, a garden office for working at home, a garden pod from which to enjoy your garden, or simply a convivial personal space to get away from it all, Modern Garden Rooms offer a bespoke service, from planning through to installation, to help build your dream garden pod, garden studio or seomra in Avoca, County Wicklow.

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Avoca (Irish: Abhóca, formerly Abhainn Mhór, meaning “the great river”) is a small town near Arklow, in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated on the River Avoca.

The Avoca area has been associated with its copper mines for many years and the valley has been celebrated by Thomas Moore in the song “The Meeting of the Waters”. The name of the song derives from the meeting of the Avonmore and Avonbeg rivers, about two miles from the village of Avoca. The song is said to have been written under a tree, the stump of which remains by the Meetings. Avoca is also famous for its handweaving, with Avoca Handweavers based there.

Avoca was once known as Newbridge. It subsequently became known as Ovoca, and then in Victorian times as Avoca. Ptolemy mentions the river Oboka on his early map of Ireland. The official name of the village is now Avoca in English and Abhóca in Irish. None of the other names are used today.

Avoca has been used as a filming location for several films and television series. The BBC series Ballykissangel was filmed there. In 1967, Avoca was one of the locations used in the film Jules Verne’s Rocket to the Moon, and it was the setting for the comedy film Zonad which had a general Irish release in 2010.

The red kite, recently reintroduced to Ireland, is now commonly seen in and around Avoca.

Why Choose Us for your Modern Garden Room in Avoca, County Wicklow?

20 Years of Experience

100% Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed. Each job done to your complete satisfaction.

Modern Garden Rooms Specialists

High-end, Modern Garden Rooms made to the highest specifications with a complete Eco-focus.

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Our company is fully licensed and insured for all services we provide for you.

Honest and Dependable

Avoca, County Wicklow’s and the wider-Leinster’s preferred Modern Garden Rooms choice with affordable prices and expertise.

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We provide a range of services which make us Avoca, County Wicklow’s favourite Modern Garden Rooms providers.

Dozens of Successful Seomra Projects which you can consult yourself to see what works for you

Each job done to your complete satisfaction – just contact us for details

 

Contact us now and arrange a meeting to discuss your requirements. You can trust us to do an exceptional job. For more details, call and ask for a meeting. We will supply quotes and offer advice to help you when choosing one of our reliable Avoca, County Wicklow Modern Garden Rooms services. Our costs are within your means and won’t break the bank balance.

Call or email Modern Garden Rooms today to discuss all your needs. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with both the price and your garden room.

Call us: 0876779191
Mail us: info@moderngardenrooms.ie
Office Hours: Mon to Fri 7:30-19:00, Saturday: 10:00-13:00, Sunday CLOSED

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