A modern detached bungalow situated just half a mile from the beach and just under a mile from the small County Mayo town of Louisburgh.
Set in its own grounds with hill views all around, this Louisburgh cottage is in a wonderful location for a family holiday.
All on the ground floor, there are three bedrooms at this cottage near Louisburgh, one of which has an en-suite shower room.
The spacious kitchen is very well-equipped whilst the comfy sitting room has an impressive open fire which is guaranteed to warm you up after a day spent building sandcastles on the nearby beach.
Outside this Mayo cottage is a large front lawned garden as well as a rear patio from where you can see the magnificent Croagh Patrick Mountain.
Just a ten minute walk from this Louisburgh cottage is a sheltered Blue Flag beach where you can while away endless days paddling in the Atlantic.
Louisburgh is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has a fine selection of shops and bars, while the popular town of Westport is just a half hour drive up the coast.
A trip to Inishturk Island offers pleasant walks and fishing opportunities.
With the benefit of both the Atlantic coast and the magnificent County Mayo mountains close by, this cottage in Louisburgh offers guests a varied and wonderful holiday in the west of Ireland.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 6). Sitting room (seats 5) with open fire.
About the location
LOUISBURGH, COUNTY MAYO
Roonagh Quay 4 miles; Murrisk 8 miles; Westport 14 miles; Knock Airport 54.4 miles; Dublin ferry 185 miles
The small town of Louisburgh, in County Mayo, is located on the Bunowen River and has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Surrounded by lovely rural scenery, the town offers endless opportunities to explore Ireland. Boasting three Blue Flag beaches, Bertra, Carramore and Old Head, it is also in close proximity to the Sheaffrey and Mweelrea Mountains, as well as Carrownisky Beach, which is ideal for surfing; there really is something to please everybody! You may wish to take a ferry from Roonagh Pier out to Clare Island, one of the inhabited islands in Clew Bay, enjoy views towards Connemara and Achill on a clear day, or discover the more traditional Féile Chois Cuain, May Bank Holiday music festival. This lovely location offers plenty to see and do for all ages.