Carrigallen 4 miles.
A delightful, detached former schoolhouse set in an elevated position, close to the village of Carrigallen in County Leitrim.
This charming Carrigallen cottage dates back to 1890 and retains many characteristic features of the old school, including original beams and high windows.
The staircase splits, leading to two of the four comfortable bedrooms, where a good night's sleep is guaranteed.
There is an additional double with en-suite as well as a ground floor double bedroom, making this Carrigallen cottage suitable for all groups.
The spacious sitting room is complemented by a roaring open fire and the well-equipped kitchen is perfect for rustling up a tasty treat for friends and family.
Outside, the beautiful decking area and large lawned garden overlook the Leitrim countryside, with rolling hills and picturesque lakes creating a romantic setting that won't fail to inspire.
Take the short drive along the winding country lanes to the quaint village of Carrigallen, which offers cute shops and welcoming pubs.
The village is renowned for its superb arts centre, where professional and amateur performances are regularly showcased.
Alternatively, the scenic town of Arvagh can be easily reached too.
Fishermen are spoilt for choice with plentiful stocks in the hundreds of loughs that populate the local area.
Take a trip to Carrick-on-Shannon for a plethora of restaurants and bars and maybe take a cruise on the Shannon, Ireland's longest river.
The Arigna Mining experience is well worth a visit or perhaps step back in time to experience life in a World War One trench at the Cavan County Museum.
Head north for a day trip to Enniskillen or hike through the Dartry Mountains for spectacular scenic views.
The towns of Longford and Cavan are also easily reached, making this Carrigallen cottage an ideal choice for your next self-catering holiday.