Claremorris 6 miles.
A charming holiday cottage situated next to a working livestock farm, 3.5 miles from the village of Balla, and 6 miles from the town of Claremorris in County Mayo.
This Claremorris cottage exudes a quaint and rustic atmosphere that will immediately make you feel at home.
Set amongst rolling fields, this Claremorris cottage is traditionally furnished to provide comfortable accommodation that complements the tranquil surroundings.
It features two double bedrooms and a twin in addition to a cosy sitting room with a welcoming open fire.
Outside, there is a large lawned garden ideal for children who will love watching the animals in the small working farm next door!
The surrounding area is a haven for walkers as you can set off from the doorstep and explore the local countryside.
The isolated location means that flora and fauna is in abundance, so why not enjoy a peaceful moment of reflection in this idyllic part of County Mayo?
The village of Balla features a range of pubs and shops whilst the larger towns of Claremorris and Castlebar are just a short drive away and have many attractions for all the family such as horse riding and swimming.
Alternatively take a trip to Ballintubber Abbey or enjoy a round of golf at one of the many excellent courses in the region.
The town of Westport is also within reaching distance as well as the beautiful Clew Bay and Achill Island.
This County Mayo cottage is the ideal family destination for your Irish self-catering holiday.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
CLAREMORRIS, COUNTY MAYO
Knock Airport 18 miles; Westport 27 miles.
Nestled amongst the countryside of County Mayo is the bustling town of Claremorris. The fastest growing town in the county, Claremorris offers all the conveniences of modern day life that you need from shops, cafes, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants. The peak of Croagh Patrick is visible in the distance and the surrounding countryside is made up of rolling drumlins, eskers and lakes. The area is ideal for walkers and Lough Mask and Lough Carra feature many routes as well as plentiful fishing stocks for anglers. Within driving distance is the popular town of Westport, which offers a wide range of amenities for the visitor and is alive with traditional music and rich Irish heritage. With its warm, friendly welcome, you’ll not forget your stay in this unspoilt part of Ireland.