Roscommon 8 miles.
A true Irish gem!
A charming, detached, thatched cottage dating from the late 1800s, and refurbished to a high standard in 2005, nestled in the lush green countryside of County Roscommon, 2.5 miles from Rahara village.
This quirky Roscommon cottage makes a unique and cosy getaway, with views over the surrounding fields.
The open plan living area of this cottage in Ireland is bright and welcoming, with a stable door, oil-burning stove and well-equipped galley kitchen.
There is also a bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor, ensuring guests of all ages can enjoy the peace and quiet of this Roscommon cottage.
The characterful twin rooms are perched in the eaves, looking over to one another, with semi-circular windows and a real hideaway feeling!
Visitors at this Ireland cottage will love visiting Lough Funshinagh, a 'disappearing' lake home to a variety of bird and animal life.
There is plenty of walking and cycling available through the quiet local lanes, with opportunities for golf, fishing, shopping and dining on offer in the vicinity, including in Roscommon, the county town.
A lovely cottage in Roscommon, ideal for a romantic or family break.
About the location
CURRAGHBOY, COUNTY ROSCOMMON
Athlone 9.5 miles, Roscommon 12 miles
The County Roscommon village of Curraghboy, lies 8 miles northwest of Athlone. It has a public house and two grocery shops. The nearby village of Kiltoom is situated just 6 miles away and also has a village store as well as the Hodson Bay Hotel and Leisure Centre and the Bay Sports Inflatable Water Park. Athlone, at the very centre of Ireland, is just 9.5 miles away and is the largest town in the region and is home to a 12th century castle. Lough Ree, the second largest lake on the River Shannon, is 12 miles away and offers wonderful lakeside scenery and many watersports, boating and angling opportunities. The county town of Roscommon is 12 miles away, and offers a selection of shops, pubs and eateries, as well as a varied programme at the Rosscommon Arts Centre. County Roscommon is known as part of the Lakelands, with the Lough Key Forest Park a particular favourite amongst visitors. Enjoy lakeside strolls, visit Roscommon Castle, play a round of golf or head out on a boat for an afternoon’s fishing, all this and more is on offer in this beautiful tranquil county.