Perched on an elevated site overlooking the sea at picturesque Killala village is Bayview House.
This cosy traditional cottage has been beautifully presented to provide comfort and quality during your stay.
Boasting two spacious double bedrooms and a further bedroom with triple bunks, this Co.
Mayo is the ideal retreat for couples, families of groups of friends looking to explore this scenic location.
A cosy kitchen with the original range beckons the guests whilst off the kitchen, a spacious dining room with open fire and sitting room with multi fuel stove offers ample space to relax and plan the following days endeavours.
Outside the cottage, there is a lawned area to front and rear of property.
A short stroll takes to the village of Killala with its picturesque harbour area and round tower and golden sand dunes offshore.
Meet the local fishermen returning from sea and purchase beautiful fresh prawns and fish at the quayside.
Travel to the ancient site at The Ceide Fields and experience the trials and tribulations of past generations.
Visit the nearby bustling town of Ballina, where the mighty River Moy enters the sea, with its pretty pubs, cafes and shops.
Spend a day at nearby Enniscrone with its wonderful golden beach.
Visit the sea cliffs and sea stacks at stunning Downpatrick Head and walk for miles along rugged coastline.
Spend a day in Sligo town, birthplace of the poet W B Yeats, with its many attractions, galleries, seaweed baths, boat trips on Lough Gill, surfing, and much more.
Bayview House is the perfect place to relax and explore this most scenic part of north Mayo.
About the location
KILLALA, COUNTY MAYO
Ballina 8 miles; Ballycastle 7 miles; Sligo 44 miles.
Killala is a pretty seaside village located 8 miles north of Ballina in County Mayo. It boasts a traditional quayside full of colourful boats and overlooks an attractive formation of sand dunes which lie just off the coast. The main focal point of the village is a well preserved tall round tower dating back to the 12th century and there is a selection of shops, pubs and eateries dotted around the narrow streets. With fishing, golf, surfing and walking all on offer nearby you are sure to find something to keep you busy during your stay here. Slightly further afield but still within convenient travelling distance you will find a wealth of historic attractions, rugged mountain ranges and beautiful islands, ideal for day trips and exciting excursions. Visit the Céide Fields at Ballycastle and experience the archaeological site and award winning visitor centre; and with a prehistoric landscape, dramatic cliffs and coastline, there is lots to discover about Ireland’s Stone Age history here. A lovely location, ideal for exploring this part of Ireland.