Bonniconlon 0.8 miles.
This cosy little detached cottage is set in the countryside, next to the owner's home, a few miles from Ballina in County Mayo.
This cottage is a fantastic base for a family to get away together and enjoy some sightseeing, while exploring the local area.
This delightful cottage has two ground floor bedrooms and a third on the first floor.
You will also find an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area on the ground floor, great for keeping everyone together while dinner is prepared, and the week’s itinerary is being planned.
After dinner relax in the comfortable sitting area, taking it easy after a day of being out and about.
To the rear of the property you will find your own lawned area and patio, with a spectacular view of the Ox Mountains, great for relaxing and enjoying the fresh country air, while having a well-earned drink, and with the sun out, why not fire up the barbecue and start sizzling sausages?
To the front you will also find a nine hole putting green and a swing set for the kids to enjoy.
With the village of Bonniconlon close at hand to tend to your basic needs, Ballina is a quick car ride away with its variety of cafes, restaurants and pubs for you to sample.
Alternatively, if the outdoors is more your thing, Ballina boasts its own golf course, as well as fishing on the River Moy, or guests can visit nearby Enniscrone with its 2.5 miles of safe, sandy beach, 18-hole championship golf course, 18-hole pitch and putt course, Waterpoint swimming pool with waterslide, there really is something for everyone to enjoy.
Travel further afield and explore all that County Mayo has to offer from Croagh Patrick Mountain to Achill Island and the Foxford Woollen Mills to Benbulben and Lissadell House and Yeats’s Grave, this cottage is a great starting point for you to begin your County Mayo break away.
A great property for all to enjoy so book now before it’s too late.
About the location
BONNICONLON, COUNTY MAYO
Ballina 6miles; Enniscrone 10.1 miles; Castlebar 25 miles; Sligo 35 miles.
The small village of Bonniconlon is set in the north County Mayo countryside in the shadow of the Ox Mountains, a quick car ride away from Ballina, famous for its warm welcome and the hospitality of the locals. Perfect location for hill or trail walking, Bonniconlon hosts its Annual Agricultural Show each August Bank Holiday Monday which attracts 25,000 people and is the second largest show in Ireland. In addition to cattle, sheep and horses it is a family orientated event with children’s activities and outdoor dancing with the top Irish bands. Nearby Ballina rests on the River Moy, known as one of the best salmon fishing rivers in Europe, producing several thousand salmon annually, while Lough Conn is also home to salmon and brown trout. The town has a rich variety of pubs, shops, restaurants and boasts a modern theatre and cinema. Ballina is the home of the first female President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, the impressive St Muredach's Cathedral, which stands imposingly on the banks of the River Moy, the Céide Fields, the oldest farmland found under bog in Europe, Foxford Woollen Mills, National Museum of Country Life, Davitt Museum and Knock Shrine, all within driving distance. Ballina hosts a number of festivals through the year, culminating in a spectacular frenzy of activity during its July Ballina Salmon Festival - a week long feast of free entertainment for the entire family, including music, song, theatre, art, heritage, culture and novelty events.