Crossmolina 2 miles.
A wonderful end-terrace house, not far from the town of Crossmolina, close to Lough Conn in County Mayo.
Fantastically furnished throughout, this is a well-presented cottage and is an excellent base for you to come and explore County Mayo.
This lovely cottage is set over two floors, with three spacious bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor, together with a wet room.
The ground floor is also home to a well-equipped open plan kitchen with dining area and sitting area, perfect for keeping your group together while dinner is being made and everyone can talk about that they thought was the day’s highlights.
After dinner, rest up in the sitting area with your feet up in front of the solid fuel stove.
Outside, you will find a lawned garden with furniture so while the sun is shining take yourself out with a cold drink and enjoy fresh Irish breezes and let the stresses of everyday life melt away.
Just a short drive down the road, you will find yourself in Crossmolina, where you will find a selection of shops, and pubs.
The town also hosts the Crossmolina Festival which you should definitely check out if you’re around at the time.
A bit further afield is Ballina, with plenty of restaurants for you to sample and history and culture for you to absorb with the likes of St Muredach's Cathedral.
Travel in the other direction and visit the likes of Achill Island, Westport and Castlebar, and many other towns and villages in this lovely part of Ireland.
This is a lovely cottage for all to enjoy, which must be booked immediately.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x single. Ground floor wet room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen with dining area (seats 4) and sitting area (seats 5) with solid fuel stove.
About the location
CROSSMOLINA, COUNTY MAYO
Ballina 7 miles;
Crossmolina is a small town in the county Mayo countryside. Each year it hosts the Crossmolina festival which is fun for all ages. Just a short drive away is Ballina, famous for its warm welcome and known for its location, resting on the River Moy. The area is a haven for fishing enthusiasts, with the internationally-recognised River Moy known as one of the best salmon fishing areas in Europe, producing several thousand salmon annually, while the nearby Lough Conn is also home to salmon and brown trout when in season. There is a rich variety of pubs, shops and restaurants available in the town and a number of historic attractions draw thousands of visitors each year, including the impressive St Muredach's Cathedral which stands imposingly on the banks of the river, plus the Céide Fields, which is the most extensive stone age monument in the world is nearby. The town hosts a number of festivals through the year, culminating in a spectacular frenzy of activity during its July festival - a week long feast of free entertainment for the entire family including music, song, theatre, art, heritage, culture and novelty events.