You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Ballinrobe, Lough Mask, County Mayo. It is a Detached Cottage.
A charming old farmhouse has been sympathetically restored, yet maintains its cottage feel located 2 miles from Ballinrobe. You are situated in rolling landscape divided by stone walls leading to views of mountains of Mayo. There's a golf club 500 yards from the property and trout rich lakes of Lough Mask, Lough Corrib and Lough Carra near at hand. The location is an excellent base for walks and visits to nearby towns of Westport, Castlebar and Galway and a number of outdoor activities, not least of all a climb of Croagh Patrick.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 2 miles. Beach 17 miles. Lakeside 3 miles.
GF: lounge/diner, kitchen, 2 doubles 1 with ensuite shower room, bathroom.
Electricity and oil central heating included, linen and towels included, No Smoking, oil-fired stove, cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, microwave, washer/dryer, hairdryer, uk tv channels, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, enclosed private courtyard, patio area, patio furniture, off road parking, free bicycles available. Sorry no pets.
~There are 2 adults bicycles available for holidaymakers use free of charge.
Ballinrobe Golf Club's (500 yards) location on a 300-acre estate is an idyllic setting for such a magnificent championship course. The 7,100yd, par-73, course was laid out and designed by well-known architect Eddie Hackett and the contoured greens, which are 80% sand based, are playable all year round. See: www.ballinrobegolfclub.com
Ballinrobe race course (2 miles) has so much to offer its visitors and with eight meetings in the summer (including seven warm summer evening meets). See: www.ballinroberacecourse.ie
Lough Carra (3 miles) the largest marlstone lake in Ireland and is part of the Great Western Lakes complex. It is a very well-known wild brown trout fishery with crystal clear water. There is also a good population of pike which is partly controlled by the Western Fisheries Board.
Lough Mask (3 miles) is a large limestone Lough of 22,000 acres in area and, along with Lough Corrib, is one of the best-known brown trout fisheries in Ireland. The Lough produces good catches to wetfly from around mid-April, and it continues to produce more trout with every season. Open season runs from 15 February until 30 September.
Golf .5 miles. Childrens Playground, Walking, Traditional Music, Cycling 2 miles. Horse riding 3 miles. Fishing 4 miles. Forest walks 5 miles. Climbing 8 miles. Walking - Hill 9 miles. Swimming Pool 10 miles. Cinema, Coastal walks 14 miles.
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