You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Murrisk, Clew Bay, County Mayo. It is a Detached Character Cottage.
Situated in Murrisk, six miles from Westport. This traditional quaint cottage on the owners' grounds offers comfortable living space, a welcoming open fireplace and views of Croagh Patrick to the front. Ideally located on the Wild Atlantic Way, this home is a great base to explore the West with guided tours up Ireland's holiest mountain available on your doorstep. A bus route offers easy access to bustling Westport town twice daily.
Shop 3 miles. Pub. Restaurant 100 yards. Beach 3 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner. FF: 2 doubles 1 with basin, single with ensuite shower room, shower room.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, hairdryer, uk tv channels, partially enclosed garden, garden furniture, locked shed available for storage, shared driveway, off road parking. Sorry no pets.
Murrisk has two bars - one with a restaurant. The nearest shop is three miles away and is a petrol station in Emo.
Westport town has a wide variety of independent shops, dining opportunities and bars. There are large supermarkets such as Lidl and Tesco, four banks, a post office, five pharmacies, a cinema and a health centre.
~ Clew Bay has, according to tradition, 365 islands. The largest of those is Clare Island which has a blue flag beach and many historical sites to enjoy for those willing to take a short ferry ride.
~ Croagh Patrick is Ireland's holiest mountain and is a challenging climb for hillwalkers. On the last Sunday in July, thousands of pilgrims attend for Reek Sunday and climb to the small church on its summit.
~ Murrisk Abbey was built in the mid-15th century and is said to have had connections to the legendary pirate queen Granuaile. The abbey is now mostly ruins but the cemetery is still in use and the historical site is one to behold.
~ The Great Western Greenway is a 42km track which follows the route of the renowned Westport to Achill railway which closed in 1937. It is the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland.
Traditional Music 500 yards. Walking - Easy .25 miles. Cycling, Bird watching, Walking - Hill .5 miles. Horse riding, Pony trekking, Coastal walks 1 miles. Fishing - Sea 3 miles. Water sports, Forest walks 5 miles. Cinema, Leisure centre and indoor pool, Swimming Pool, Childrens Playground, Tennis, Shooting, Theatre, Theme Park, Football Pitch, Golf, Driving Range, Leisure Club with gym, hot-tub, sauna, steam room 7 miles.