A delightful 4 bedroom spacious cottage, set in a beautiful rural setting, with only a short stroll to the village & the beach.
A perfect location to discover The Wild Atlantic Way and the beautiful county of Mayo, with it's fish rivers, blue flag beaches, peaceful country lanes to walk or cycle, & a world class golf course with 10km and with one of Ireland's top visitor's attractions Westport House a short drive away.
There are few regions in Europe to match the quality of Mayo's beaches and the County is the proud holder of 12 Blue Flag awards.
Killary Harbour is Ireland’s only true fjord and extends 16km (10 miles) in from the Atlantic to its head at Aasleagh, below Aasleagh falls. It forms the border between Galway and Mayo and boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in the west of Ireland. ...
After this scenic drive treat yourself to lunch at the magnificent Ashford Castle, or Ballynahich Castle, or just enjoy walking round their grounds.
Enjoy the most incredible touring, trekking and walking countryside you could imagine.
Why not take a cruise on Ireland's only Fjord at Killary Harbour, before visiting Kylemore Abbey.
Visitors to Louisburgh are continually surprised by the magnificent scenery of the area. Located on the wild Atlantic coast, this lovely remote undiscovered corner of Western Europe boasts safe pollution-free (Blue-Flagg) beaches.
Louisburgh is the focal point of an area some 450 square miles in extent, stretching from Killary Fiord to the South, to the Owenree River to the North, and from the coast to the Erriff valley watershed in the East. All of this landscape is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Mayo County Development Plan, and calls have been made for its designation as a 'Special Amenity Area'.