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Located on a farm only 2.5 miles from Banagher town in Co. Offaly, Ireland. The Cottage has the feeling of seclusion while it is actually well placed to tour the West of Ireland and is within easy walking distance of the River Shannon. If your passion is fishing then our Cottage is the place for you. Its location near the River Shannon makes the Ashtree an angler's dream
Banagher is famous for its Irish music pubs, its river cruises, Bog walks and tours, great Fishing, ( coarse fishing - pike fishing is particularly rewarding). Its proximity to several golf courses, Excellent super markets and shops, Restaurants and Hotels make it a great holiday location . Most of the pubs serve really good food and creamy Guinness .
Marian and John invite you to rent this 300-year-old farm homestead, located near the River Shannon in Ireland in the centre of Ireland, only 1 Km from the River Shannon. The cottage is well placed for touring Ireland. This cottage is Irish Tourist Board approved and has been lovingly restored, keeping as much as possible of the 'Old World' character of the cottage while adding all the modern comforts.
The wide bridge which crosses the River Shannon to County Galway opens the way to tour the west of Ireland. Banagher is famous for its Irish music pubs, river cruises, golf courses, Bog walks and rail tours, great Fishing, Excellent super markets and shops, Restaurants, and Hotels.
This is the only rental property on the farm and it has been the McDonald family home for generations. It is located close to the main farmhouse, in a nice farm garden with an orchard.
Our local town Banagher welcomes visitors. There is a variety of pubs so you can enjoy a quiet drink or follow the sound of singing and traditional music which can be heard on the street to a lively pub session.
On a warm night listen to the distinctive sound of the corncrake on the bridge or go on a Corncrake Evening organized by Bird watch Ireland during the summer.
Heating - There is oil-fired central heating. The living room has an Aga type solid fuel range (peat turf is supplied free). Electricity is included in the price.
All bed linen and towels are provided and are included in the rental price.
There is a wired internet connection in the cottage and Wi-Fi can be accessed outside the cottage.
There is a colour TV and dining and sitting area.
For children the cottage contains a cot and high chair and there is a swing on the chestnut tree for the children.
There is a patio and barbeque area at the rear of the cottage in the orchard.
For the fisherman there is a lock up tackle shed with fridge-freezer for bait and equipment storage. The rail over the solid fuel cooker is ideal for drying wet fishing gear also there is some drying facilities in the tackle shed. Boat hire locally also bait and tackle.
You can have your fire lighted before you return from your days outing on request.
A kennel is provided for pets.
Located in a gated community on the mouth of Cork Harbour, this 2 bedroom property has a view over a landscaped courtyard with water feature and the early morning marine traffic can be seen entering the harbour. Designated basement parking for 1 car with lift access from the basement .
Comfortable holiday home, very scenic area of Derrybeg, Gweedore, Donegal. Views of the ocean, islands and mountains. Numerous beaches, rugged coastal scenery.
Nearby local attractions include Dunlewy Lakeside Centre (museum/open farm/boat trips/children's activities); Glenveagh National Park; Bloody Foreland; boat trips to Tory or Gola island, Atlantic Drive on the North coast, a few minutes from Teach Jack’s Hotel famous for its food, craic, evening entertainment and family ceilidhs.
Views of the Atlantic, sunsets, rugged mountains
Seventeenth century cottage located on a working farm in the heart of south east Ireland restored with all modern conveniences, suitable for a family or two couples eager to explore Ireland from a beautiful rural setting.
View of the farmyard and of the rolling fields behind the house.
Traditional style cottage recently refurbished to make it warm and comfortable in a rural location in East Cork where the primary focus of activity is agriculture. Car essential. Located on lands once owned by the Standish Barry Estate (an old English estate long gone) where the ruins of the old house are located in Woodlands a mile away. An ideal touring base for the Cork, Kerry, Waterford region,
Carrigart is a small village on the Rosguill Peninsula of County Donegal. The village enjoys a busy tourist season being both itself a popular destination and also because of it's proximity to the many beaches of nearby Downings. A small town park, Stand Park, was built a number of years ago by the local community and is situated behind the main street and along the shoreline.
For outdoor enthusiasts there are many
forest and beach walks, hill walking, surfing, horse riding, golf, pitch and putt.
There is a heated saltwater swimming pool and dive centre 2 miles from the house and a leisure centre with swimming pool, sauna, gym and kids activity centre 5 miles away
House features 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with walk in shower
living /dinning room
Freeview TV-(English and Irish channels)
Oil fire -Central heating and open fire
Oil fired central heating and open fire.