Swinford 4 miles.
Located in the rural townland of Midfield, just 4 miles from the market town of Swinford, County Mayo, is this pretty, detached Swinford cottage.
Set across one floor, this delightful Swinford cottage boasts a cosy, sociable sitting room and a well-equipped kitchen and dining area.
There are also two bedrooms - one family room and one bunk room.
Over 100 years old, this stone-built County Mayo cottage has been refurbished to a lovely standard and occupies a peaceful rural location with beautiful pastoral views to the rear.
Guests can sit outside their Swinford accommodation and take in the tranquil surroundings.
Indulge in a leisurely stroll to the lively local pub, which offers regular music and entertainment, or take the short drive to Swinford where a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants are at your disposal.
Take a step back in time to experiencethe traditional way of life in Ireland by visiting Hennigan's Heritage Centre or the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, both of which are within easy reach of your County Mayo cottage, or venture slightly further afield with a day trip to Galway City, Achill Island or the lively town of Westport.
Lovers of the great outdoors will enjoy relaxing country walks from the doorstep; an invigorating hike up Croagh Patrick mountain is recommended for the more energetic!
With so much to see and do in the area, this Swinford holiday cottage is the perfect spot to start your exploration of Ireland's wonderful west coast.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with electric fire and sofa bed.
About the location
SWINFORD, COUNTY MAYO
Westport 28 miles; Sligo 35 miles.
Swinford is a market town in County Mayo, located approximately 11 miles from Knock International Airport. Situated on a tributary of the River Moy, Swinford is known for its fishing waters, which include the Callow Lakes (which yield excellent brown trout) and the lakes of Conn and Cullin. It is home to one of Mayo's largest summer festivals with pageantry, ceili dancing and heritage displays depicting many of the traditions of East Mayo. Swinford offers a nine hole golf course, pony trekking and nature walks while, in the evenings, the town's pubs offer traditional Irish music. A wealth of archaeological sites are within walking distance of the town, and it is an excellent base from which to tour many of Mayo's visitor attractions including Croagh Patrick, Ceide Fields and the Foxford Woollen Mills.