Tara Cois Farraige
Bungalow | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
'Tara Cois Farraige' is a newly built residence (first time letting) situated in the rural, peaceful setting of the Mullet Peninsula. At just 4 miles from the town of Belmullet the property is well situated to access a wide range of local amenities and activities.
With breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean as well as the rugged coastline, the 'Tara' offers quality accommodation for up to eight people in three bedrooms. The residence is finished to a high standard both internally and externally with all modern conveniences together with an easily lit turf stove in the living room.
Relax, smell the sea air, view the ocean and listen to its murmur from the patio doors in the kitchen and the living room.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|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, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The design of the 'Tara' allows the visitor optimum views of the coastline. The creation of a maritime theme internally adds to the pleasure of the experience. A stay at the 'Tara' would guarantee a return visit.
|Further details outdoors|
The property has a cobble locked area with outdoor furniture to enable the visitor to enjoy the uninterrupted view of the ocean.
One house trained family pet only.
The North West Ireland region
The North West Mayo area is the perfect place to get away from the normal hustle and bustle of life to experience a unique and inspiring landscape together with an area rich in its own heritage.
This is a place of extremes, where stunning sea cliffs and imposing headlands reside comfortably with sandy, unspoilt beaches. In parts of this region the Irish language is still spoken and the unique heritage of the area can be explored by visiting historic sites such as the Céide Fields in Ballycastle or the Ionad Deirbhle Visitor Centre in Eachlém at the very tip of the Mullet Peninsula where you can also experience extraordinary views of Achill Island.
The area is renowned the world over for its links golf course at Carne Golf Links, its Blue Flag beaches, sea angling, spectacular coastal walks and bountiful wildlife. Irish traditional music can be heard in many pubs throughout the summer months and local restaurants provide quality seafood on the menu.
Belmullet town with a population of about 1200 people is the gateway to the Mullet Peninsula. A canal which connects Broadhaven bay to Blacksod bay is the only means to enter or exit the peninsula.The town is well served with shops, banks, restaurants, supermarkets, hotel and pubs. Tara Cois Farraige is situated on the peninsula 4 miles from the town.
Tara Cois Farraige lies adjacent to the coast and offers a variety of opportunities for walking, exploring and enjoying the natural, stunning landscape.The accommodation is also in an ideal location to access the following activities which are available on the peninsula if you wish to access them.
Carne Golf Links is only a 10 minute drive from the Tara. Designed by the late Eddie Hackett, this 18 hole championship course has a well earned worldwide reputation as one of the top golfing challenges. Golf Digest has voted the course No.43 among the World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses outside the US 2007-2008.
There is a series of mapped and marked walks in the area including the Bangor Trail and the Western Way. Long deserted beaches, spectacular cliffs and historical heritage all combine to make the area a treasure for those who wish to explore on foot.
For the sea angler the area offers top class deep sea fishing. With over 39 species of fish recorded, there is plenty to excite the specialist or casual angler.
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26 Sep 2013
"Felt so like a home rather than a house to let."
We had a fantastic week in this lovely, cosy and welcoming home called Tara Cois Farraige.We arrived (later than expected) on a wet, windy miserable Sat evening to find a blazing stove in the sitting… More
9 Jun 2013
"WHAT AN EXCELLENT HOLIDAY HOME."
My wife and thirty something daughter have just returned home from a glorious week at this cottage and from the minute we arrived until we left everything was fabulous.
Mark was unable to be there last week but his mother Mary looked after us well and cared for our every need..
The weather was glotious all week and this made our holiday even better.
The cottage was excellently appointed and had everything we needed. The views from all rooms were really splendid.
Belmullet itself is a small town but there are plenty of shops for everyone.
The booking of the holiday was really easy and Mark was so trusting over our deposit.
We would love to return there one day.
Thanks, Mark and Mary
22 Jun 2012
"A fantastic clean and spacious house with fantastic views and surroundings"
An excellent house - lovely and clean and very well equiped and spacious.
Great location for access to Belmullet and beaches. Amazing views and a
great get away from it all holiday.
3 Jan 2012
"The views alone make this house an absolute must!"
Spacious, Comfortable, Warm, Cosy.........A beautiful and very tastefully decorated home is what awaits you in this amazing and absolute idyllic location in Belmullet.
We travelled there to spend a relaxing and enjoyable break in a place that would leave us feeling refreshed....it certainly did that. The breathtaking views from the kitchen/dining room were incredible and you could never tire of the rugged Atlantic Coastline staring back at you.
We loved going to the local pubs, taking long walks and ending our days in front of the adorable turf burning stove. Belmullet town is only a short drive away and has a great buzz about it.
Tara Cois Farraige is fantastic, finished to a very high standard and literally has everything you need for your stay.
The ease of the entire rental process added to the enjoyment of our break and I would highly recommend this house to everyone I know.
We certainly intend on making a return trip to Tara Cois Farraige!
29 Dec 2011
"Beautiful, snug, comfortable holiday home that has everything - we will be back"
Tara Cois Farraige is such a beautiful holiday home, situated in a most beautiful part of Ireland. The owners of this house have thought of everything. Nature provides the views here at Tara Cois Farraige and the owners of this house provide everything else. The warmth in the house makes it such a welcoming place. Oh that little stove in the front room ! The house is spacious, meticulously clean, and so well equipped. It is obvious that the owners certainly put much thought into trying to make this house a home away from home. This is such a safe and friendly place to take children on a country holiday. The fact that Belmullet is only a short drive away is also very appealing and assuring as you know you will not run short of any necessities. We will certainly return to Tara Cois Farraige in 2012.
1 Nov 2011
"Felt like coming 'home'"
A beautifully appointed and immaculate home, my only criticism being the lack of a dishwasher, but hey what an excuse for another glass of wine whilst washing up and views to die for thrown in! Mark's family, who live across the road, were very welcoming and let us know they were around should any help be needed. The house is in a very accessible location, although a car is a must. The local shops in Belmullet have everything and more you could wish for including time for a chat. We are lucky as we have family in the surrounding areas and know all the good places to go already but you will not be short of places to eat/drink in the town. Try the coastal roads for the specacular views. Christmas/New Year is our favourite time there and there is nothing more welcoming than coming home from a bracing walk on the beach to a real turf fire and the smell of a pan of food - perfection. We normally take the whole of our kitchen with us but here you don't need to. Thankyou Mark and family, we would hope that this is not our last visit but the start of a new tradition.
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