Belderrig 1 mile.
A pretty, stone-built detached cottage situated 1 mile from the village of Belderrig in County Mayo, on the Wild Atlantic Way route.
This property is full of character, with thick walls and small windows, giving a traditional County Mayo cottage feel.
This County Mayo cottage benefits from an elevated position giving breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.
The property offers well-presented, cosy accommodation, with the benefit of two family bedrooms making this County Mayo cottage perfect for couples or families alike.
Standing in an acre of grounds, this County Mayo cottage has plenty of outside space for little ones to run off some energy, and a lovely alfresco dining area to enjoy the majestic Atlantic!
This County Mayo cottage is beside the Ceide Fields, while within walking distance is the village harbour where you can see locals land the day's catch, and for braver visitors, the local outdoor seawater pool is certain to invigorate!
A short distance further you will find the village shop and pub, offering a warm welcome and plenty of friendly locals to share a few pints of the famous black stuff with, and to the west, the town of Belmullet has miles of sandy beaches to explore.
With the bustling and picturesque town of Ballina within touring distance and with the famous Clew Bay and awe-inspiring Croagh Patrick a short distance further, this area has plenty on offer!
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x family rooms with one double and one single bed, 1 x double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area (seats 6). Sitting room (seats 6) with woodburner.
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About the location
BELDERRIG, COUNTY MAYO
Ballina 25 miles; Castlebar 45 miles.
Belderrig is a charming traditional scattered Irish hamlet located on the North coast of County Mayo, on the Wild Atlantic Way route. This is an idyllic, quiet and charming area where true Irish hospitality can be found in abundance. Village life revolves around the fishing community and a great opportunity to meet the locals is in the village pub, offering true Irish fayre and plenty of "craic". The area is known for its historical and archaeological heritage with the Belderrig Cliffs offering some of the most spectacular coastal geology in Ireland. A little further afield but within easy touring distance of this hamlet is the beautiful and bustling town of Ballina, County Mayo's largest town. With the ruins of Moyne Abbey, Rosserk Friary dating back to the 15th century, many boutiques, shops, pubs and restaurants, there is plenty on offer in Ballina at any time of year. After a day exploring the area why not finish off with a coastal walk and admire the majestic Atlantic Ocean? Stunning in stormy weather and flat calm evenings alike.