Cottage Mayo, Rock View House. Carracastle Charlestown, Mayo. F45 Pn50
- Type: House
- Sleeps: 7 (3 Bedrooms)
- Change Over Day: Flexible
- Wheelchair access
- Pets considered
- suitable for children
- suitable for the elderly
Our cottage in Mayo is a recently renovated 3 bedroom traditional Irish cottage located on the Mayo/Roscommon border, offering self catering accommodation. The holiday home can sleep 6-7 people comfortably and provides perfect family accommodation as there is a playground with swings/slide, basketball, football field and spacious grounds.
Rock View House is suitable for the elderly and disabled and has bathroom with shower/bath.
Our cottage in Mayo is positioned in a quiet, scenic location but is close to Church, Shops, Post Office and Public houses. The holiday home is fully equipped with all mod cons and features a log fire stove (turf provided), perfect to relax after a days outing. All linen and towels are supplied, TV, Video and sky are available. Our cottage provides the perfect accommodation for those wishing to visit for a fishing holiday to Ireland and we have a Tackle/Bait Shed available for storing fishing rods etc
Our Mayo cottage has provided a base for many people who wish to trace their Irish roots and a helpful hand is always available.
This area is well known for Irish trad music with Matt Molloy the acclaimed flute player with the Chieftans hailing from Carracastle. You will find traditional Irish music in many of the pubs nearby.
Visit our website www.rockviewhouse.com for more information.
The Mayo Region
Stretching from Lough Corrib in the south to Killala Bay in the north, Mayo boasts many attractions including stunning mounting scenery, megalithic tombs, excellent fishing waters, exciting hiking trails and great golf courses - including the championship course at Westport in west Mayo.
Westport is a charming town, with lively traditional pubs and plenty of Irish music. It lies at the mouth of Clew Bay, where you'll find Achill Island - the largest island off the Irish coast, and probably the most beautiful, with lovely mountains, moors and beaches. Why not take an island hopping holiday?
Back on the mainland, Croagh Patrick , the pyramidal mountain, is where Saint Patrick is said to have performed his snake-banishing act. Mayo's other famous religious site is Knock, which is visited by hordes of pilgrims every year. The people of Mayo are renowned for their hospitality and friendliness.
Carracastle is located just inside the County Mayo border and is very convenient for touring the west of Ireland
Carracastle has at least 20 Pre-historic Forts in the area. Stone and Earthen Forts are noted in a book on Carracastle published by local historian Vincent Coleman.
On Lough Gara there are Crannogs dotted along the Lough - these are man-made stone islands built over 3,000 years ago.
The Céide Fields of Mayo have exposed 2,000 acres of stone walled fields built over hills and valleys with a unique interpretative centre.
Places To Visit:
Knock Shrine / Museum
Croagh Patrick / Westport
Foxford Woollen Mills
Museum of Country Life, Castlebar
The Four Altars
Douglas Hyde Centre
Lough Key Forest Park
Cong (The Quiet Man)
Yeats Country, Sligo
Strokestown House / Famine Museum
Seaweed Baths, Enniscrone
The Lung Valley (5 miles from Rockview House) is an anglers paradise with its rivers and lakes and probably offers the best Coarse Fishing waters in Ireland. It is excellent for bream, trout, roach, rudd, perch, tench, eel, pike and hybrids.
The Lung Valley is a developed stretch of water with easy access, off the road safe parking, nature walks, slipways for boats, fishing stands etc. There is a disabled fishing stand on the Lung River and Lough Gara Lake for physically impaired anglers.
Ballaghaderreen & District Angling Club have a substantial list of Angling Fixtures on the Lung Waters throughout the year. The Lung River is 18 miles long with 6 major connecting lakes, varying in size from 500 - 2000 acres.
Urlar Lough (parking for the disabled)
Gillie available on request. Boats to rent.
Enjoy a pleasant day on any of the local golf links.
There are 9-hole courses at:
The area has many quiet and peaceful roads for walking and cycling enthusiasts. The rugged landscapes of Mayo/Roscommon/Sligo are a maze of spectacular walkways, peaceful hills and panoramic views of all Connaught. This is an important area for wild birds. There are many forts dating back hundreds of years.
Tennis Courts - Ballaghaderreen
Gym - Ballaghaderreen
Horse riding - Swinford
Pontoon, Enniscrone, Strandhill - only 30 mins drive
Louisburgh, Westport & Galway - approx 1 hour drive
Carracastle is only 10 minutes drive to Knock International Airport and within easy reach of Knock Shrine, Castlebar, Ballina, Westport, Roscommon, Boyle, Sligo and Enniscrone on the Atlantic Coast. Galway and Donegal are just one hour away.
Pets are welcome
Meter for oil & electricity
Suitable types of Holiday Charlestown
Tackle/Bait Shed available for storing fishing rods etc
There is a playground with swings/slide, basketball, football field and spacious grounds.
Exterior Facilities in Cottage Mayo, Rock View House. Carracastle Charlestown, Mayo. F45 Pn50
- Private garden
- Children's playground
Cot available - highchair
Facilities in Cottage Mayo, Rock View House. Carracastle Charlestown, Mayo. F45 Pn50
- Central heating
- Clothes dryer
- Dish washer
- Linen provided
- Log fire
- Towels provided
- Washing machine
Bedrooms / Bathrooms
- Bedrooms (3)
- Ensuite (1)
Sleeps a Maximum of 7 people:
- Single Beds (1)
- Double Beds (3)
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Note: Deposit is EUR100.
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Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.
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