This house has 3 bedrooms, 1 double with a dual ensuite and 1 twin room located on the ground floor. upstairs has a large twin room and a family bathroom with electric shower over the bath. Also a fully equipped kitchen and dinning area with separate living room overlooking the harbour.
No Pets allowed on the property
This is a strictly non smoking property
This property rents weekly from Sunday to Sunday in the high season July and August, off season dates are flexible.
OVERVIEW OF ACCOMMODATION
Houses are equipped and furnished to a high standard with the following:
• Fully equipped kitchen
• Washing machine and tumble dryer
• TV with DVD player
• Oil fired central heating
• Open fire
• Double glazed windows
• Fresh bed linen
• Cot and highchair available on request
• Ample parking
Our Holiday homes are set in Mullaghmore, a picturesque little fishing harbour perfectly located between Bundoran and Sligo town. A popular holiday centre, it facilities include superb blue flag sandy beach stretching as far as the eye can see (3km), which is safe for swimming, windsurfing and water sports, with sheltered anchorage for small and medium craft at the harbour. It is renowned for being a base for licensed angling/passenger boats for charter, sea angling and hosts a sailing club.
In the surrounding areas you have an abundance of choice to make a perfect family holiday. Sligo is steeped in heritage and culture. The landscape is peppered with monuments, stretching back as far as 5,000 years. County Sligo’s beautiful scenery was an inspiration for Yeats, who is buried at Drumcliffe Churchyard, under Benbulben Mountain. The lakes of Sligo, with their still waters and wooded islands, are truly spectacular, and form a striking contrast to the county’s rugged uplands. The imposing Neolithic cairn on the summit of Knocknarae, known locally as Queen Maeve’s grave, is a striking landmark. At Carrowmore, you’ll find the largest Megalithic cemetery in Ireland.
Nearby,Sligo’s scenic coast has some excellent surfing beaches, including Strandhill, Rosses Point and Enniscrone, also popular for their golf courses. Lissadell House, once home to Countess Markievicz, is a good family attraction, with a lovely beach nearby.