Sykes rating 7 Guests 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Summary Three ground-floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail, and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x triple bunk Ground-floor bathroom with bath, handheld shower, walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail, and WC Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area, and sitting area with woodburning stove Utility First-floor snug Oil-fired central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, wine chiller 2 x Smart TV, WiFi Fuel, power, and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Highchair and travel cot available Private driveway for 4 cars Wrap-around lawn with rear patio and furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub 0.6 miles, beach 1.1 miles Note: There are steps to the exterior; please take care The property Enjoying breath-taking, panoramic views over the Atlantic in Keel, County Mayo, is Purteen, a fabulous, three-bedroom home. Enveloped by rural and coastal vistas, well-positioned upon Achill Island, Purteen offers a tranquil haven for a family of six, complete with ground-floor accommodation, and a lofty, wrap-around garden. Travel down the private driveway and park up, taking in your scenic setting. Step indoors to reach the open-plan living space, stylishly furnished with a plush, corner sofa, a woodburning stove, a sleek breakfast bar, dining for six guests, and a fully-equipped kitchen, offering a social hub to spend time together; enjoy dual aspect views in the backdrop, across the stunning Isle. Bask in your surroundings by relaxing upon the rear patio, with a glass of your favourite tipple in hand, or climb the stairs for a quiet nook, reaching the first-floor snug, presenting a wonderful vantage point across the area. When sleep calls, select between three ground-floor bedrooms, all well-presented and serviced by a contemporary bathroom; select between a twin, a triple bunk room, and a king-size with its own en-suite. Awaken to your morning routine before heading into the village to stock up on the essentials or to grab a bite to eat, before taking to Keel Beach, a popular area for watersports and surfing. Further local attractions include the Achill Island Golf Club, The Achill Experience Aquarium & Visitor Centre, and the Achill Heritage Centre, whilst Purteen Harbour is the perfect spot for an afternoon of fishing. For a day of hiking, be sure to discover Doogort East Bog Nature Reserve, whilst travelling south will bring you to Mulranny Beach, and Mulranny Golf Course, along with the chance to join the Wild Atlantic Way trail of Dumhach Bheag. With the Wild Nephin National Park a car journey away, enjoy both the coast and country from Purteen. About the location KEEL, COUNTY MAYO Achill Sound 8.7 miles, Mallaranny 17.6 miles, Newport 27.9 miles A delightful village situated on Achill Island in County Mayo, Keel provides a popular tourist destination, rich in history and activity. Surrounded by vast green lands, the village provides ample opportunities to explore this scenic region of Ireland by foot, bike or car, with something around every corner to discover. For all of your amenities, the local area hosts a wide selection of shops to cater for your self-catered stay, and eateries for a lavish dining experience on the coast. With plenty of inns and a camping site, you can be sure that this area of the island is a popular tourist destination, with its own beach offering a surfing school and the chance to partake in other watersports as well as spectacular scenery, it's no wonder that it's the most popular one on the whole of the island! Whilst staying here you can also benefit from a nearby golf course, the historic Achill Henge, and plenty of activity to discover. The Achill Island itself is the perfect place to spend a holiday where you can unwind as well as learn about local culture, with the historic landmarks of Kildamhnait, Grace O'Malley's Castle, 'The Colony', and much more, you won't be short of discovery here. For a day off the island hop on a ferry at Cloughmore Pier and visit Clare Island, the largest island in Clew Bay, here you can find even more heritage sites, as well as a variety of fun-filled activities such as yoga & mindfulness classes, raft building, orienteering and crafts, providing something for all tastes. Keel is positioned in the perfect place for a tranquil trip to Ireland, encompassed with history and heritage, it's a guaranteed crowdpleaser.