Louisburgh 0.5 miles.
An extremely comfortable detached cottage, located half a mile outside the popular town of Louisburgh, County Mayo.
Well-equipped and furnished to a good standard, Springwood Cottage provides family and friends with a fantastic base for touring this part of the world, and is within walking distance of the beach.
Four comfortable bedrooms, including two doubles on the ground floor and one with en-suite facilities, offer an inviting place to retire to after a fun filled day of exploring the west of Ireland.
The sitting room has a welcoming open fire, where you can relax after a sunny stroll along the sandy beach, enjoy a good book, or simply sit back with a movie.
To the rear of the property you will come to the kitchen with dining area, and when the sun is out why not open up the patio doors and enjoy the cool summer’s breeze?
Wander down to the beach, and dip your toes in the Atlantic waters or head into town and have a drink with the locals.
Further afield, visit the charming town of Westport, or why not give yourself a challenge and climb to the top of Croagh Patrick Mountain?
There are plenty of walks and cycling routes all over County Mayo, and you’re on the world famous Wild Atlantic Way which begs to be explored with its spectacular scenery.
A lovely holiday cottage that will not disappoint.
Four bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x ground floor double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x family room with 3 singles. Ground floor bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 6). Utility. Sitting room (seats 7) with open fire.
About the location
LOUISBURGH, COUNTY MAYO
Roonagh Quay 4 miles; Murrisk 8 miles; Westport 14 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.