An outstanding cottage located on the outskirts of the County Mayo village of Ballycastle in the west of Ireland.
Well-furnished throughout offering plenty of space and a glimpse of the sea and Dún Briste, this property is perfectly located and will make an excellent starting point for those looking to see what County Mayo has to offer.
All set on the ground floor, there are three cosy bedrooms along with an open plan kitchen, dining and living area that makes it great for keeping everyone together while still letting everyone have their own space.
The living area has an oil stove, perfect for snuggling up in front of while taking it easy after a day of exploring the local area.
Make use of the well-equipped kitchen which is great for preparing a mouth-watering meal for everyone to enjoy and why not take the plates out to the furnished patio and plan the next day’s adventure.
To the front you have a good-sized enclosed lawn, great for letting the kids out to run around while having the peace of mind that they are safe and also a table tennis table in the games room where a bit of friendly competition can decide who will be cooking.
Ballycastle is just down the road and will tend to all of your basic needs so if you fancy a pint with the locals you don’t have to worry about who is going to drive, so go ahead and have a well-earned drink and stroll home in the fresh Irish air.
Why not take yourself to the local beach and catch a few rays?
Further afield you have the likes of Ceide Fields which is surrounded by plenty of splendid sandy beaches where you can try your hand at surfing, golf and fishing.
The Wild Atlantic Way is home to some truly spectacular scenery so take a drive along a stretch of it and take in as much as you can.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x single daybed with pull-out stacker bed. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with oil stove. External utility and games room with table tennis.
About the location
BALLYCASTLE, COUNTY MAYO
Killala 8.6 miles; Ballina 16.4 miles.
The quaint village of Ballycastle is located near the beautiful rugged coastline of north Mayo, and is superbly situated just a short distance from Downpatrick Head, one of the main points of interest on the Wild Atlantic Way. The lovely Stags of Broadhaven, 600 million year old rocky islets are located a few miles further west. Ballycastle is a small but thriving village, an easy drive from the lively towns of Ballina, Crossmolina and Killala, where the 12.5km "Monasteries of the Moy" cycling greenway is open to Ballina. The ancestry and heritage of the local area can be experienced at the Ceide Fields Centre, where you can visit the Interpretative Centre set beside one of the world’s oldest Stone Age monuments. The spectacular cliffs at Ceide reach 365 metres and offer sensational, panoramic views, while the wider area also offers an abundance of splendid sandy beaches. The coastal waters around Ballycastle are becoming increasingly popular for scuba diving and other water activities, however if you prefer a more relaxing coastal holiday, the sandy beaches are ideal for a leisurely stroll.