Bungalow | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
New three bedroomed luxury bungalow (sleeps 6) overlooking lake with views of Atlantic Ocean.
This new comfortable bungalow is situated on its own ground (0.75 acre), on working farm with sheep, cows etc. The pace of life is not rushed and you will find peace and tranquillity overlooking local Termoncarragh Lake - an EU wildlife funded sanctuary to many wild birds including the Red Necked Phalaropes, Greenland White-Fronted Geese, Corncrakes, Quails, Duck, Teal, Choughs and many other migrating birds.
Enjoy and savour the views of sandbanks, Achill Mountains, Atlantic Ocean and Islands.
An ideal relaxing getaway location - close to beautiful safe sandy beaches, a golf course and only 3 miles from the town of Belmullet. Visit Ballycroy National Park consisting 11.000 hectares of Atlantic Blanket Bog and mountainous terrain covering a vast uninhabited and unspoilt wilderness, The Ceide Fields beneath the wild boglands of North Mayo, the most extensive Stone Age monement in the World consisting of field systems dwellings and megalithic tombs allmost 6000 years old. Foxford Wollen Mills.one of the last working mills in Ireland founded in 1892 by Sisters of Charity stop for Lunch in Restaurant and purchase selected pieces in the shop
Take the new coast Loop walk 5km at "Erris Head" and watch seals ,dolphins and other sea mammals and birds
Erris/ Belmullet voted best place to go wild in
Ireland on recent "Irish Times" Survey. Now part of
"Wild Atlantic Way" with Formidable Landscape,sandy beaches and breath taking coastline of Irelands third largest County.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Annagh 1 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Knock Internatational Airport 110 km, Nearest railway: Ballina 50 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, 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||Double beds (3), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Further details indoors|
3 Bedrooms with double beds, but there is a small bedroom that would suit a child if required
Ensuite electric shower & toilet in Master bedroom
All bedrooms colour co-ordinated and Pine wood floors throughout house
Fully equipped kitchen/diningroom - electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge, extractor fan
Utility/Laundry room - double sink, washing machine, dryer, fridge/freezer, microwave, large hot press & units for extra storage
Solid Fuel Oisin Stove
Oil Fired Central Heating
Satellite TV, Video & Radio & DVD
Bed Linen provided
Ironing board & iron
Ample parking space and garden, gates and walled front
Strictly No Pets
|Further details outdoors|
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 Carne, 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 Blacksod Point (21 km) gives a good understanding of the nature of the peninsula: its west coast, exposed to the Atlantic, is wild and beautiful, 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.
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 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.
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.
Cottage close to famous Eagle Island Lighthouse photos on site and walking distance from Sculpture and blow hole at Doonamoe, designed by U.S. Architect Francis Price and featured on National Geographic Traveller Magazine.
Located 20 km from cottage is Ceide Fields Interperative Centre
Walking distance from local Eagle bar and shop and 3 klm from Belmullet town with singing ,pubs, restaurants and Hotels.Shore fishing is particularly good all round the area.Fishing rod available at cottage. 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 and boats are available from Blacksod and Broadhaven piers during summer by arrangement.
3 km from newly opened seafood Barony Restaurant at Talbot Hotel with its homely atmosphere, where you will be served the best Belmullet has to offer including the freshest Seafood, breads and Erris Lamb.
For indoor activitys indoor heated swimming pool and leisure centre and Restaurant at nearby Broadhaven Hotel and indoor bowling and games facilities at Gateway Leisure complex with Restaurant. Also Arus Innis Gluaire Theatre with Irish music, plays, concerts, Films. Ballycroy National Park and blanket bog.
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31 Jul 2014
This is a beautiful property and the owners could not be more accommodating. It was clean and spacious with all the TV you could need! There was a very safe big garden for the children to run around … More
Thank you for the kind & positive feedback. We are delighted you enjoyed your stay & hope to see you again in future. Best wishes from all at Belmullet.
22 Jul 2014
"Perfect family holiday rental"
Achill View is a beautiful, spacious,clean three bedroom house. You can see that this house is much more than a holiday rental from all the homely touches evident throughout. This house has everything you could need. Loved the views from kitchen and the warmth of the sitting room. Utility room is very useful for confining the sand from the beaches to one room.
It is located on its on own large site with huge garden (all enclosed which makes it perfect for kids). The views from inside and outside are amazing, yes you can see Achill Island on a clear day but the views of the immediate countryside and sea views are also great. There are great beaches and walks nearby. Belmullet is a short drive and this has its own tidal pools for swimming (or for the less hardy Broadhaven do daily passes to pool and gym).
Key pickup was very easy. Owner of property was very informative and pleasant to deal with. Would highly recommend this property to others and hope to return another summer.
Thank you for the kind and positive feedback. We are delighted to hear you enjoyed your stay with us.Hope to see you back again in the future
5 Sep 2013
"Beautiful cottage with lovely views"
The cottage is even better than the photos on the website. It has everything you need, and is perfect location for a relaxing break. Nice spacious 3 bedroom cottage. The views from the kitchen window are amazing.
We met with Michael Noone and his wife Rose on the way to the cottage. They were lovely and very welcoming. They gave us some tips on where to go drinking, and a nice walk from the cottage down to the beach.
I would highly recommend this to anyone looking to stay in this area.
We will definitely be coming back to the cottage in the future.
9 Aug 2013
"Place to get away from it all"
I stayed here with my husband and sister in law. It was spacious and had everything we needed. We lit the fire on a couple of nights. There was plenty of turf.
We found the Mayo people very friendly. The local pub was only a walk away and we were nade welcome by many people in there.
The scenery was wonderful around Belmullet. The highlight of our stay was a trip to the Islands by boat. We had good weather most of the time. The beaches were clean and spacious. On the island we had a beach to ourselves.
We visited Achill Island, Westport and 'Jacks Old Cottage' in Islandeady. I recommend all three places.
The owners of the house, Michael and Rose, were extremely helpful.
I recommend a stay at Achill View if you enjoy the outdoors and beautiful scenery.
8 Oct 2012
"A family break"
The house had all the essential's we could of needed, from tea and sugar in the cupboard to the fishing rod we borrowed, this house made a great base for us as it is close to all ammenities, which isn't often the case in this part of Ireland.
The neighbour supplied us with more than enough turf to last the week.
I would recommend this house for a family break, the lovely layout of the house was ideal as I could always keep an eye on my young children.
23 Sep 2012
We loved to stay and enjoy Achill View. Michael Noone is a person and we had the pleasure to meet. He gave us the fish he had caught himself.
The house is a beautiful house, spacious, clean and comfortable.
The neighborhood is very quiet.
There are many possibilities for excursions on the Belmullet Peninsula (small beaches, creeks, beautiful villages ...)
We strongly recommend renting
We will not hesitate to return for the county of Mayo is very rich!
28 Aug 2012
"Fantastic location for a getting away from it all holiday"
Achill View is the perfect location for a holiday with extended family. The property is well maintained, clean and has all the facilities you could require. It also has wonderful views of rolling countryside. It is perfectly placed if you enjoy walking, beautiful secluded beaches, fishing, golf and a town that provides sufficient entertainment for children during the inevitable Irish rain.
Belmullet has a range of pubs/restaurants to suit all tastes and is only a short drive away. There is also a friendly pub and shop within a 5 min walk from the house.
Perfect location, like it so much we have been back 3 times and will be going back again.
14 Jul 2011
"Fabulous location and the accommodation was super!!"
I stayed here with my cousin for the august period and we had an amazing time. The bungalow was so beautiful and immaculately kept, it had everything we needed and was a close walk from the beach. We … More
8 Jul 2011
"Perfect peaceful place to unwind."
Achill View was such a cosy,comfortable place to stay in and Michael had given us lots of helpful suggestions and information prior to our arrival. The views from the house are truly great and it is a… More
5 Jul 2011
I really enjoyed my stay . The location and views were amazing. I would highly recommend this lcation to anyone who wishes to take time out from the stresses of life. I came back feeling energizied. y… More
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