Castlebar 5 miles.
Located in a picturesque setting in the village of Ross, County Mayo, just five miles from the lively town of Castlebar is this pretty, detached cottage.
Enjoying delightful rural views, this compact Castlebar cottage offers traditional charm and a wealth of character features, from the thick stone walls and quaint half-door entry, to the roaring turf fire in the open plan living area.
With a cosy, ground floor double bedroom and dressing room, this Castlebar cottage is perfect for a couple wishing to explore the area.
The mezzanine sleeping area overlooking the sitting room offers flexibility with two extra single beds for additional members of your party.
County Mayo boasts a number of attractions, both natural and man-made, to keep any holidaymaker entertained.
Climbers can scale the famous Croagh Patrick mountain or visit the Ceide Fields, a Stone Age archaeological site.
Alternatively, brush up on rural Irish history at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life before enjoying the wonderful food, music and hospitality found in abundance in the popular town of Westport.
On a warm summer's evening, fire up the charcoal barbecue on the sun-trap patio at this Castlebar cottage before retiring for the evening to dream of adventures yet to come on your Irish cottage holiday.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x mezzanine twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire. External utility.
About the location
CASTLEBAR, COUNTY MAYO
Westport 17 miles; Claremorris 23 miles; Sligo 52 miles
County Mayo’s largest town by population and rich in history, Castlebar is centrally located enjoying access to most of the county’s attractions and beyond. The town is a major destination for shoppers from all over the west of Ireland and also boasts a wide selection of pubs, restaurants and other amenities, including the 18-hole Castlebar Golf Club and the Royal Theatre, where regular shows and concerts can be enjoyed. The engaging Museum of Country Life, Ireland’s only National Museum outside of Dublin, is also situated just outside the town. The lively town of Westport, famous for its traditional Irish music, is just a short drive away, and the spectacular Atlantic coastline on Achill Island represents a wonderful day trip. In addition, the Connemara region, Galway City and Sligo are all just a short drive away.