You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Mulranny, Atlantic Coast, County Mayo. It is a End Terrace House.
This holiday home is set in a small development in a secluded area above Mulranny village on the Wild Atlantic Way. Captivating views of Clew Bay can be enjoyed from the living room. Adjacent is a hotel with award winning cuisine, swimming pool, Jacuzzi and gym open to non residents for a fee. The Great Western Greenway * an exciting new off road cycle/ walk trail of 42 km is accessed behind the house. History abounds in the 'Ceide Fields' and the 'Deserted Village'.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 100 yards. Beach 200 yards. Lakeside 5 miles.
GF: double with ensuite shower room, twin, w.c. FF: lounge/kitchen/diner, single, bathroom with shower over bath.
Oct to April - Electric will be charged at EUR8 per day. May to Sept - Electric will be charged at EUR4 per day., open fire (no fuel supplied), linen and towels included, cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, radio, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer, babysitting on request, internet access, hairdryer, uk tv channels, open plan shared garden, off road parking. Sorry no pets.
The dramatic coastline of the 'Atlantic drive' seascape which starts from Mulranny is inspiring.
Charter a boat and go seal watching or if you are lucky spot the dolphins.
Behind the property is the exciting newly developed Western Greenway trail' - a 42km traffic free trail that offers wonderful coastal, lake and mountain scenes.It is very safe for children to walk or cycle and allows visitors to soak up the scenery at their own pace. Bicycles, Kids' tandems and buggy trailers can be hired. Recommend booking in advance
Mulranny is in the center of Grainuaille's territory the legendary pirate queen whose strongholds include Rockfleet Castle (near Newport), Kildavnet tower (Achill Island) and her castle on Clare Island.
Irish culture and heritage is plentiful in the area and visits are recommended to;
Clare Island with its 12th century Cistercian Abbey, Promontory fort and megalithic court tomb.
Ceide fields in Ballycastle is the most extensive stoneage monument in the world.
Museum of Country life in Castlebar.
The Old Schoolhouse Museum which reflects schooling style in the 1920's.
Ballintubber Abbey dates back to 13th Century ( the times of the high kings of the O Connor family )and
the Celtic Furrow visitor center close by to the Abbey.
The property is in a quiet setting and 1/2 hour drive to Achill Island, Westport town and Castlebar town.
Achill Island has surfing, canoeing, sea angling, horse riding. Book in advance.
Westport house and Adventure Park provide fun with thrill rides, slippery dip slide, magical train journey and history that comes alive in the spooky dungeons at the bottom of the house. The town offers an opportunity to shop in its many lovely boutiques.
Castlebar (half hour drive) is the location of the Museum of country life, Royal Theatre, cinema, bowling, quasar, indoor soft ball play area and pool.
Internet is available on a pay as you go basis via a modem. It is also available in the mulranny Park hotel adjacent to the property.
An ideal base for family beach holiday, walkers, anglers or peaceful retreat for couples and friends, photographers and artists.
Walking 100 yards. Traditional Music 200 yards. Leisure Club with gym, hot-tub, sauna, steam room 100 yards. Cycling, Coastal walks 200 yards. Tennis 1 miles. Golf 2 miles. Walking - Hill, Surfing, Climbing 5 miles. Fishing - Deep Sea, Dolphin watching 6 miles. Childrens Playground 10 miles. Pony trekking 14 miles.
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