You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Killala, River Moy, County Mayo. It is a Detached House.
This stunning property is within walking distance of Killala village and 6km from Ballina. It is tastefully decorated and perfect for family get-togethers, with a utility room on site which doubles as a playroom with table tennis table and games. This is a scenic tranquil area which is devoid of commercialism. Killala Bay offers excellent sea fishing for over 30 species. It is a 12 mile drive to Ceide Fields, said to be the most extensive Stone Age site in the world, with Moyne Abbey Park within walking distance.
Shop. Restaurant 880 yards. Beach. Sandy Beach 3 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, double with ensuite shower room, bathroom (wheelchair accessible). FF: 2 doubles all with ensuite shower rooms, twin, single, bathroom with separate shower.
Oil by meter read and electricity by meter read, linen and towels included, cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, video, dvd player, freezer, microwave, w/machine, dryer, games console, internet access, hairdryer, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, sitting out area, picnic bench, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
~ This property has a 4* rating with Failte Ireland!
~ Owner also has the added bonus of offering holidaymakers a Wii console for those rainy days which is available on request.
~ Owner has internet access available in the property and this is a modem and holidaymakers can use the internet by purchasing pay as you go credit for the modem which can be purchased through the owner at a cost of EUR3 per day or EUR10 per week.
Killala is a popular area with many amenities and activities to entertain visitors of all ages being located on the Wild Atlantic Way. There are beautiful, unspoilt beaches in the region, including nearby Ross - a Blue Flag beach, excellent for swimming and other watersports. A strong tradition of fishing prevails in the area and the village harbour is a focal point for many visiting fishermen. Other locations for fishing include river, shore and offshore fishing. If bird-watching or seal-spotting is your fascination, a medley of waterside birds can be spotted, such as cormorants, gulls, brent geese, ducks and more. Seals can often be seen in Killala Bay or nearby Bartra Island.
There is a great modern playground in the Town Park at Killala with zip wire, slides, climbing frame and lots of green space.
Just a brief walk will bring you to the famous St Patrick's Cathedral, Killala which also presents the history of the Catholic strong hold in the west of Ireland through the ages. It is regarded as one of the most intriguing Cathedrals in the country due to its curious souterrains (underground tunnels) that date back to the years of 434 and 441.
Killala Bay is one of the prime fishing locations in Ireland, with a vast variety of fishing and species available. The deep waters off the continental shelf are quite close to the coast, leading to unusual catches such as john dory and even hake! The River Moy is the best salmon fishery in Ireland and several small rivers - known for their sea-trout - also empty into the Bay. Excellent deep water rock marks and beach fishing marks abound. When you arrive back after a days fishing there is a designated area in this property where you can prepare and store your catch.
The Jackie Clarke Library and Archive in Ballina (7 miles), known as The Jackie Clarke Collection, contains over 100,000 items including many unique documents, spanning nearly 400 years of Irish history and is well worth a visit.
Ceide Fields (12 miles) contain a 1,500 hectare archaeological site of stone walls, field systems, enclosures and tombs, dating from about 5,000 years ago, which have been preserved beneath the bog. It is the most extensive stone age site in the world. The wild flora of the bog is of international importance and is bounded by some of the most spectacular rock formations and cliffs in Ireland.
Walking - Easy, Traditional Music .5 miles. Childrens Playground, Fishing - Deep Sea .75 miles. Fishing - River 1 miles. Walking - Hill 2 miles.
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