This superb detached property in an idyllic position, is set in an ideal location where you can enjoy a true slice of rural life.
This is an ideal holiday home for friends and families wishing to explore this fantastic part of the country.
This delightful property is lovingly decorated to offer guests a home away from home, whilst exploring the wonders of Dromahair.
Upon entering the property, you will be greeted by a large hallway, left from here is the sitting room, with ample seating.
Furnished in a contemporary style, this Dromahair property is set over the ground floor and complete with three bedrooms, one with en-suite, convenient for less mobile guests, all offering flexible sleeping arrangements.
Also the property contains a well-equipped kitchen with a dining area, where you can enjoy home-cooked meals with your loved ones.
This Dromahair cottage sits in a tranquil setting within a pretty cul-de-sac amongst rolling hills, and there are lovely walks available from the doorstep, plus the village centre featuring a good selection of shops and pubs.
The property is situated on River Bonnet, which flows into Lough Gill, made famous by poet W.B.
Why not visit Parkes Castle nearby on the shore of Lough Gill?
Just a few miles away from the property is Lough Doon, set in a beautiful landscape among surrounding hills and away from all main roadways, perfect for those days away fishing.
A truly welcoming holiday home, perfect for all the family.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room.
About the location
DROMAHAIR, COUNTY LEITRIM
Sligo Town 12 miles.
Dromahair is a small village in County Leitrim, next to the County Sligo border and the beautiful Lough Gill, which offers a range of watersports and excellent fishing. Dromahair is home to shops and a selection of traditional pubs, whilst also being a wonderful base for exploring this scenic county. The "Sleeping Giant" mountain formation home to Keelogyboy, Leean and Benbo is visible on the way into the village and just a 10 minute drive will take you to the bustling town of Sligo, home to the Model Arts Centre, Hawkswell Theatre, a cinema and a superb selection of pubs and restaurants. Sligo lies on the Wild Atlantic Way and is famed for its sandy beaches, golf courses, watersports and seafood cuisine - the perfect place to spend your Irish holiday.