This charming traditional single-storey stone cottage sits in a rural location in the townland of Askill in County Leitrim, on the border with County Donegal and close to the Northern Ireland border too.
This welcoming Askill cottage is ideal for couples, and with both an open fire and solid fuel stove, is warm and cosy throughout the year.
Furnished in a traditional cottage style, this cottage in Askill has a double bedroom, shower room, kitchen with open fire and sitting room with solid fuel stove.
Outside this Askill cottage is an enclosed lawned garden with small stream running alongside.
This Askill cottage enjoys a wonderful setting on the north side of Lough Melvin, plus there is a cycling and driving route signposted around the Lough.
This area is famed for its trout and salmon fishing, and also for its wonderful panoramic views.
Explore Kinlough, head into Donegal to visit the beaches at Rossnowlagh and Bundoran, or the market town of Ballyshannon.
Alternatively you can cross into Northern Ireland to spend time in Belleek or Garrison.
Sligo, Donegal Town, Letterkenny and Enniskillen are also an easy day trip.
Then, return to your Askill cottage and relax.
About the location
ASKILL, COUNTY LEITRIM
Ballyshannon 4 miles; Bundoran 6 miles; Donegal Town 18 miles; Enniskillen 27 miles; Sligo 27 miles.
Askill is a townland in County Leitrim, close to the border with County Donegal and also the border to Northern Ireland. Askill is on the banks of Lough Melvin, which offers wonderful fishing for salmon and trout species. Askill is well placed for the beaches at Bundoran or Rossnowlagh in County Donegal, or for heading to the towns of Belleek, Garrison or Kinlough. Sligo, Donegal Town and Enniskillen are also within easy driving distance. An excellent base for relaxation or touring this lovely area.
Note: Max 2 guests including infants.