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House | 5 bedrooms | sleeps 10

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 7km

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Lighthouseview Holiday Accommodation is a family friendly 5 bedroomed holiday home with panoramic seaviews. It caters for one or two families with 2 cots, steriliser, high chair, stair gates, toys, enclosed in back garden to name but a few. When you look out of the windows, it is like looking at a picture postcard, fantastic seaviews and cliff views. Shraigh Beach is a 5 minute drive away, and in summer, winter or spring, it is a must to visit. We know you will find Lighthouseview a home away from home, from the tea pot to the coffee maker, you should only need to bring yourselves. Mobile Wifi is available in the house, please do not expect great speeds, we have to be honest, there are too many mountains in the area, it is very rural so the wifi will not be as fast as you may be used to.Belmullet is only 4 miles away. Small house trained pets allowed.

OFF PEAK RATES

600 euros per week

-3 nights also available 120 euros per night (based on 6 people sharing), 150 euros per night for 7-10 people sharing.

PEAK RATES (Easter/July/August/Xmas/New Year)

750 euros per week

3 nights also available 150 euros per night (based on 6 people sharing), 170 euros per night for 7-10 people sharing.

Size Sleeps up to 10, 5 bedrooms
Nearest beach Shraigh 7 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, House swap, Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Knock 96 km, Nearest railway: Ballina 57 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (5), Cots (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

Alt is situated four miles from the town of Belmullet and one and a half miles from the village of Glencastle. The property is newly built and set on an elevated site overlooking Broadhaven Bay.

This is one of the few remaining traditional rural areas in Ireland. Belmullet town is 4 miles away with shops, pubs, restaurants, supermarkets and bike hire etc. Barnatra is 1 miles away with supermarket, petrol station and Pub.

Fishing

Shore fishing is particularly good all round the area. The miles of accessible coastline and almost deserted beaches guarantee the fisherman perfect peace. Sea Angling. With over 40 varieties of fish known to inhabit the waters off the shores of Belmullet, the sea-angler is rewarded with the best all-round sea angling waters in Ireland.The Belmullet Sea Angling Club run a number of open competitions during the year.

Golf

For golfing enthusiasts Carne Golf Club is a class of its own. Members and non-members are welcome.

Further details

Electricity is included in price along with as much turf as you need during your stay for the open fire and stove in the kitchen. Also bed linen and towels are all supplied.

The North West Ireland region

The Mullet peninsula is an area of unspoiled natural beauty and mystique, which is becoming a very popular tourist location. Its latest attraction is an 18-hole championship links golf course at Carn, west of Belmullet. The peninsula is about 33 km in length and 12 km wide at the widest points, narrowing to about 400 metres in the region of Elly Bay. The trip from Belmullet to Blackpool point (21 km) gives a good understanding of the nature of the peninsula: its west coast, exposed to the Atlantic, is completely denuded of vegetation, while the east overlooks the inlet of Blacksod Bay. Along the way there is Binghamstown, Elly Bay, with its beautiful beaches, and Aghleam (Eachleim), a popular place for Irish language courses. The ruins of the successor of St. Deirbhile's 6th century church with its Romanesque west doorway, her possible grave, and some early cross-pillars can be seen at Fallmore on the south-west end of the peninsula. To the south-east, there is a splendid view of the cliffs of Achill. Offshore, the uninhabited islands of Duvillaun More, Inishkea North and South (St. Columcille) and Inishglora (St Brendan, the Navigator) contain some very interesting remains of early ecclesiastical settlements including a number of finely incised cross slabs. Inishglora is associated with a celebrated fable in Irish mythology, 'The Children of Lir' (where a group of children were turned into swans and wandered the country for 900 years). the ruin of Cross 'Abbey', a small medieval church the foundation of which is attributed to St. Brendan, the Navigator, in the 6th century, can be seen west of Binghamstown. There is also an interesting early ecclesiastical site at Kilmore. The northern coastline contains the remains of a number of promontory forts. The Mullet peninsula is a popular location for sea-angling. It is also renowned for its unique bird-life, some of which deserve special mention. Termoncarragh Lough, now under the protection of the Irish Wildlife Conservancy, is home to the Red Necked Phalarope (admission to the reserve is by appointment only). The islands of Inishkea are well-known bird sanctuaries. They provide habitats for a large colony of Barnacle Geese (winter visitors to Ireland), and Inishglora is home to a big colony of Storm Petrels. The Mullet peninsula is a Gaeltacht area with a rich heritage of traditional music, song and dance.

Belmullet

Alt is situated four miles from the town of Belmullet and one and a half miles from the village of Glencastle. This is one of the few remaining traditional rural areas in Ireland. Belmullet town is 4 miles away with shops, pubs, restaurants, supermarkets and bike hire etc. Barnatra is 1.5miles away with supermarket, petrol station and Pub. The latest attraction to the area is the Gateway Leisureplex, and 2 miles from the property, comprising of ten pin bowling lanes, 6 pool tables, kid island (a children's activity centre), air hockey tables, pub and restaurant and birthday party rooms. Log onto www.gatewayplex.ie for further information.

Fishing

Shore fishing is particularly good all round the area. The miles of accessible coastline and almost deserted beaches guarantee the fisherman perfect peace. Sea Angling. With over 40 varieties of fish known to inhabit the waters off the shores of Belmullet, the sea-angler is rewarded with the best all-round sea angling waters in Ireland.The Belmullet Sea Angling Club run a number of open competitions during the year.

Golf

For golfing enthusiasts Carne Golf Club is a class of its own. It's 18 hole championship links is undoubtedly nature's gift to golf! Situated 2.5km from Belmullet town in a very unique and dramatic landscape. It has been rated by 'Golf World (200)' as one of Ireland's top 5 links coursed. Members and non-members are welcome.

Doolough Horse racing.

This you must see, horses racing on a beautiful white sandy beach and clear blue sea as a background. The Doolough Horse racing normally takes places during the Geesala Festival, approximately 15th August.

Shraigh Beach

Shraigh Beach is a 5 minute drive from the property, a white sandy beach, blue sea, and possibly only the birds as company, idilic. Check out the photos section for a picture of Shraigh Beach, "it's exactly as it says on the tin" beautiful.

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19 Jul 2013

5/5

"Relaxation relaxation relaxation"

We stayed here in July 2013 for three nights. The house is absolutely gorgeous and immaculate. House was clean and fresh.

Everything you need is there. After a long drive from belfast we were pleasantly surprised to find a new carton of milk in the fridge, teabags, coffee and sugar.

Ideal location. Just five minutes drive to a gorgeous sandy beach.

All in all a perfect place to get away and relax.

Thank you for your great feedback, glad you enjoyed your stay. Hope to see you again in the future.

19 Feb 2013

5/5

"Breathtaking Views"

Stayed here with family In October and loved it. The views from the house are amazing. The house was fantastic and the locals friendly. Would highly recommend it. We went with family and there is something for everyone. Belmullet town is only 4 miles away so a lovely walk or plenty of taxis.

Thank you so much for your comments, we love the views ourselves, as they say,location, location. Hope to see you again in the future.

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