Ballina 5 miles.
Nestling in rolling countryside, approx. 5 mins drive from Ballina and Crossmolina, County Mayo, you'll find Cois Atlantic.
This spacious dormer bungalow has been lovingly decorated and furnished to provide quality and comfort during your stay.
Boasting 4 bedrooms, two doubles, both en-suite (one on ground floor), and two singles, this County Mayo property is the perfect haven for families, couples and groups of friends to explore this idyllic location.
Relax and dine in the spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living area or retire to the comfortable sitting room with open fire and plan the following day’s endeavours.
Outside the bungalow, a tidy enclosed garden with lawn, paved driveway and large patio area with garden furniture beckons.
The rear of the property offers beautiful views of majestic Nephin Mountain, an ideal venue for hillwalking.
Just 5 miles away is the nearby town of Ballina “Salmon Capital of Ireland” with its famous River Moy which flows through the town en route to the Atlantic Ocean.
Lough Conn is short distance from Cois Atlantic and boasts wonderful trout fishing and boating excursions along its numerous inlets.
Travel to The Ceide Fields, a world renowned neolithic archaeological site with its visitor centre, set amidst towering sea cliffs.
The historic seaside town of Killala is a short drive away, with majestic sea stacks at Downpatrick Head.Feel the Atlantic breeze on your face at the nearby golden sands of Enniscrone beach with its relaxing seaweed baths.
Take a day trip to the bustling town of Sligo home to the famous poet, W.B.Yeats, and simply bursting with something for everyone, including surfing, stunning beaches, mountain and nature rails, galleries, boat trips on Lough Gill and much more.
Let your north Mayo adventure begin at Cois Atlantic!
About the location
BALLINA, COUNTY MAYO
Inishcrone 9 miles.
Famous for its warm welcome and the hospitality of the locals, the town of Ballina, County Mayo, is perhaps best known for its location, resting as it is 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.