- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Washing machine
Ballycroy 3 miles. A detached single-storey cottage in a lovely, quiet, rural and coastal location, 3 miles from Ballycroy in County Mayo. This charming County Mayo cottage has a comfortable air about it, with a roaring open fire for the colder months, and lawned garden areas with views over countryside and Cleary Bay for the warm summer months. The three bedrooms of this County Mayo cottage will suit all parties, while the cosy accommodation is set over one level, meaning all the family, old and young, can enjoy their time in this wonderful part of Ireland. The nearby village of Ballycroy has much to offer visitors, from its shop and two pubs, to the great sailing conditions and unrivalled salmon and sea-trout fishing in the surrounding area. This County Mayo cottage is also ideally placed for enjoying the Ballycroy National Park, Ireland's sixth National Park, whose visitor centre with tearoom is in Ballycroy village. Whatever you choose to do, this County Mayo cottage is sure to make a welcoming base on your return.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin with bay view, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with comfy seating for 4, dining area for 4 and open fire.
Electric heaters with open fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV, DVD, Nintendo Wii. Electricity and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot. Off road parking for 4 cars. Lawned front garden area with bay view, rear garden area with countryside view. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 3 miles.
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About the location
BALLYCROY, COUNTY MAYO
Mulranny 9.5 miles; Belmullet 23 miles; Westport 28 miles.
Ballycroy is a village in County Mayo, in a lovely coastal area known for its great sailing conditions and also for the superb angling, and salmon and sea trout fishing on offer in the area surrounding it. Ballycroy itself has two pubs and a shop, and is also home to Ireland's sixth National Park. The visitor centre for the park is easily found in the centre of the village, and with its tearoom and insight into life in the park, makes for a great starting point for your time exploring the 11,000 acres of bog and mountainous terrain. A little further afield but within easy reach is the popular bustling tourist town of Westport, well worth a visit with a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs and bars, and alive with traditional music and rich Irish heritage. Another must see of the area is Clew Bay, a stunning and majestic formation of some 100 small islands located at the foot of Croagh Patrick, a 2500 ft mountain which is an important site for pilgrimage, and, for the more energetic, a wonderful day’s walk. The area holds something for everyone whatever time of year you choose to visit.