4.6★ Sykes rating 7 Guests 3 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Pets No Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search 3 Customer Reviews "Nice little place in Mulranny." Great little beach less than a mile away and a great location to explore Mayo and especially Achill Island. There's a shop, petrol station, couple of restaurants and pub in the town. Newport is a bit larger and has a few more shops just 15km down the road. It was a bit snug for seven people with only seats for five people in the living room, we weren't in much so not a problem for us. The beds were comfy but not much space to put more than one suitcase in each room so pack sparingly. We found the showers a bit fiddly but if you turned them to cold then back up to hot again they seemed to work well. The kitchen was well stocked with all the utensils you could need, the owners even left us some milk and a few snacks. There was a lovely seating area outside, unfortunately we didn't manage to make the best use of it as the weather wasn't great but would be lovely on a sunny day with views across the bay of Crough Patrick. From the rooms at the front of the house there are large windows looking out over the bay which are amazing views even when the weather isn't great. There is a small charge for electricity which we didn't see in the advert but we paid about €1 a day so not much on top of the cost of staying here. The owners were lovely, always there if we needed anything and gave us some good advice on the local area and just for a chat as well. We had lunch one day at Doherty's in the village and it was a fine meal. Overall it's a great place and I'd definitely recommend to anyone who wants to stay in the area. Reviewed by Alan3.8★Aug 2023 "This was such a lovely home for our family." With lovely sea views, a short walk to a beautiful beach and absolutely lovely hosts, we all felt at home in these lovely surroundings. What a lovely vacation home! Reviewed by Kathryn5.0★Jul 2023 "Extremely clean and well stocked, like being home away from home- would definitely recommend!" Reviewed by Erin5.0★Jul 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary All-ground-floor Three bedrooms: 1 x family room with one double and one single with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC Kitchen/diner Utility Sitting room Gas central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV and WiFi, Sauna First 10 Euros of fuel and power provided, further use charged at end of stay Bed linen and towels inc. in rent One travel cot and highchair can be provided Ample off-road parking Private patio with furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub within 0.5 miles Airport transfers can be arranged to Knock airport, contact owner for further information The property A traditional Irish cottage sitting along the path of the Wild Atlantic Way, Breezemount is a beautiful holiday home from which to explore this wonderful area of County Mayo. Settled on the outskirts of Mulranny, this all-ground-floor abode is perfect for friends or families seeking a coastal escape. As you arrive at the property be sure to admire the wondrous views over the sea and mountains, a perfectly serene spot to begin each day, before venturing inside. Discover a welcoming sitting room where you can relax and take in the panoramic views out of the large window, or flick on the television for your entertainment for the evening. Gather together within the kitchen/diner for quality time with your loved ones over a delicious homemade meal, the kitchen hosting every essential for a week-long stay. Carry your conversations out onto the private patio where you can raise a glass to your terrific retreat and watch the sunset for the perfect end to an evening before retreating inside to seek out your sleeping spot. The property boasts three welcoming bedrooms, all with their own en-suite shower rooms, including a family room with a double and single bed alongside two double rooms, each with its own simple but stylish interior and spectacular views. Begin each day with a scenic stroll around the local area, with plenty of coast and countryside to take your pick from, you can be sure to find the perfect spot to enjoy a picnic.The local village of Mulranny offers all you could need for a self-catered stay including shops to pick up any last-minute picnic essentials and a selection of eateries where you can indulge in a celebratory meal. There is also a children's playground within a five minute walk for the kids to enjoy. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activity nearby too, with walking and cycling in every direction with Tra Bui translating to Yellow Beach being just a short distance away making the perfect place for an evening stroll, as well as the 42km traffic-free route The Greenway being a delight for the avid cyclist. Discover plenty of places for a day of golfing including Mulranny's nine hole Golf Links course, with opportunities to explore wider West Mayo, Achill Island and North Mayo too. Spend a day in the charming town of Westport where you can find a selection of welcoming eateries and even more stunning scenery, while the Ballycroy National Park is a true wonder to be seen at any time of the year. For an unforgettable stay in Ireland with your loved ones, choose Breezemount. First 10 Euros of fuel and power provided, further use charged at end of stay About the location MULRANNY, COUNTY MAYO Newport 10 miles; Westport 18 miles. Mulranny is a vibrant seaside village situated on the isthmus between Clew Bay and Bellacragher Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way in County Mayo, Ireland. The area is noted for its excellent walking and cycling facilities, most notably several marked looped trails and the Great Western Greenway, a purpose built 43 km traffic-free cycling and walking facility where you can take in some of the most idyllic scenery in the West of Ireland. The area is also home to a variety of interesting flora and fauna and the seashore is fringed by Mediterranean heath, a plant which, in Ireland, is restricted to County Mayo. Angling enthusiasts can enjoy shore fishing or sea angling while Mulranny also boasts a beautiful Blue Flag beach and a nine hole golf links. During the holiday season, the local hotel and pubs provide the best in local musicians with restaurants available to cater for every taste. The beautiful town of Westport is less than a half hour's drive with the popular Ashford Castle, Connemara, Ballycroy National Parks, Achill Island, Museum of Country Life (Castlebar), Ballintubber Abbey and Ceide Fields also within easy driving distance.