A wonderful third floor apartment, ideally located on the water’s edge of Westport Quay, in County Mayo.
Well placed, this property will make an excellent base for friends and family to come and explore the surrounding area.
This superb apartment boasts two good-sized bedrooms, one with an en-suite.
The open plan kitchen, dining area and living area is great for keeping your group together, so no one feels left out when they’re doing the cooking and tomorrow’s plans can be made.
With the sun out, why not open the doors to the small, Juliet balcony off the living area and let the summer breeze in while you take it easy with a cool drink and perhaps a good book, re-charging your batteries and escaping the stress of everyday life?
A short walk from the apartment and you will have all that Westport Quay has to offer.
Visit Westport House and Adventure Park, a stunning stately home and gardens with lots of rides and attractions to entertain everyone.
Alternatively, pop into the local pubs for a pint of the black stuff and sample the nearby restaurants, letting someone else worry about the cooking and dishes for the night.
With lots on offer, take yourself into Westport town centre and check out the shops, getting yourself a souvenir to take home with you, or go and listen to some traditional Irish music and absorb the Irish culture.
Take a tour of the world-famous Wild Atlantic Way, home to spectacular scenery, or test yourself and climb up Croagh Patrick.
Go for a horse ride at Carrowholly Stables, who cater for riders of all levels, or take a day trip and explore the beautiful Connemara countryside.
A terrific property for all to enjoy, and to be booked immediately.
All third floor (lift access available). Two double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with Juliet balcony.
About the location
WESTPORT, COUNTY MAYO
Aghagower 7.4 miles.
The popular town of Westport offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs and bars, and is alive with traditional music and rich Irish heritage. There are also good fishing rivers and lakes within easy reach, including the Erriff River, approximately three miles away, the Delphi River, approximately six miles away in the Doolough Valley and Moher Lake with boat rental four miles away. For those who enjoy a good walk, nearby, Croagh Patrick awaits with invigorating hikes and stunning views. There are also mapped mountain and forest walks locally, including the Western Way and Tawnyard. For a memorable day trip, why not head south into County Galway, just over half an hour’s drive away, with magnificent coastal scenery and the world renowned Connemara National Park?