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Drumany Lodge

Entire house hosted by Philip
5 guests2 bedrooms3 beds2 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the house to yourself.
This charming country cottage has been lovingly restored and refurbished. It is situated in the peaceful rural setting of Aughnasheelin, approximately 5km from the picturesque town of Ballinamore. It is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday.

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This charming country cottage has been lovingly restored and refurbished. It is situated in the peaceful rural setting of Aughnasheelin, approximately 5km from the picturesque town of Ballinamore, 14km from Drumshanbo and 24km from Carrick-on-Shannon. It is within easy reach of many local amenities and is in an ideal place for a relaxing holiday.

The property can accommodate up to 5 people. Upstairs consists of one double bedroom and one large triple room with a double and a single bed. There is a shared bathroom with an electric shower. Downstairs there is a living/dining room with an oil fired stove - the perfect place to relax. The kitchen is fully equipped with all modern conveniences. There is a separate sitting room with open fire (with the option to use this room as a third bedroom with single bed). The downstairs bathroom is equipped with a bath.

The house has central heating and ample private parking.

Bed linen, duvets and towels are supplied free of charge. Cot available on request.
This charming country cottage has been lovingly restored and refurbished. It is situated in the peaceful rural setting of Aughnasheelin, approximately 5km from the picturesque town of Ballinamore. It is the perfect place for a relaxing holiday.

The space
This charming country cottage has been lovingly restored and refurbished. It is situated in the peaceful rural setting of Aughnasheelin, appr…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed, 1 single bed
Common spaces
1 single bed

Amenities

Kitchen
Indoor fireplace
Heating
TV
Smoke alarm
Iron
Washer
Essentials
Free parking on premises
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Ballinamore, Leitrim, Ireland

Should you wish to leave this tranquil setting the cottage's location has a lot to offer guests. At the foot of the Sliabh an Iarainn mountain, the quiet country lanes are ideal for countryside walks and there are numerous loops near the cottage. A 2km walk will take you to the charming Pol an Easa Waterfall. Set in south Leitrim, it is in the heart of the county's Lakeland district close to the Shannon-Erne Waterway. This waterway allows for ample fishing and boating opportunities.

5km away you will find the picturesque town of Ballinamore. Ballinamore is widely acknowledged as an anglers paradise surrounded by 28 lakes within a 5 mile radius. Located within the middle reaches of the Shannon-Erne Waterway, a narrow canalised river connecting a series of lakes from Lough Scur to Garadice; there is a great variety of waters to be discovered.

14km away you will find the quaint town of Drumshanbo. Every July Drumshanbo plays host to the award winning Joe Mooney Summer School - a week long festival of traditional Irish music, song and dance named after the man who did so much to promote the cause of Leitrim and his beloved town. The committee continue to emulate his high ideals, endeavouring to promote Leitrim's heritage of traditional music while handing on the best traditions of the past to future generations.

20km away you will find the Arigna Mining Experience. This Energy Centre provides visitors with a unique insight into what coal mining life was like in the Arigna Valley, since its beginning in the 1700's until closure in 1990. During the underground tour, visitors will experience what it was like to work in some of the narrowest coal seams in the western world. The tour which will last 45 minutes brings visitors to the coal face of the mine, where the methods used to extract coal are demonstrated. Lighting and sound effects in the mine, add to the authenticity of the underground experience.

24km away you will find Carrick-on-Shannon - the hub of Lovely Leitrim with several restaurants, tea rooms, traditional pubs and modern bars.
Carrick has earned a reputation as a Foodie's haven with several award-winning restaurants and coffee shops along with a farmer's market, a craft brewery and lots of specialist local food suppliers. Take a walk out over the River Shannon on the boardwalk. Enjoy browsing in boutique clothes shops, antiques, interiors and book shops.

Within a 25km range you could treat yourself to afternoon tea and a visit to the gardens of the beautiful Lough Rynn Castle. Kilronan Castle boasts a truly wonderful spa and do great day packages if you fancy some pampering.

40km will take you to Lough Key Forest Park and Activity Centre where you can try ziplining, take a tree top walk or enjoy a picnic on the lake shore.
Should you wish to leave this tranquil setting the cottage's location has a lot to offer guests. At the foot of the Sliabh an Iarainn mountain, the quiet country lanes are ideal for countryside walks and there…

Hosted by Philip

Joined in March 2016
  • 19 Reviews
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