About this listing
Our beautiful cedar clad eco home is situated in the rugged countryside only 2 miles from Westport. The house boasts of large, sunlit rooms and ample space alongside unsurpassed views of Croagh Patrick and the open moorland beyond the house.
A beautiful cedar clad newly built four bedroom house is available with stunning views of Crough Patrick and the Partry Hills in West Mayo.
The house has four lovely light filled bedrooms, three of which come with comfortable double beds and one with a single bed (there is also a travel cot and fold out single futon bed in the living room), a bright and spacious modern kitchen, dinning area, cosy sitting room with fireplace, library and two modern bathrooms (one with solar hot water and one with electric hot water), there is also a large double bath in one of the bathrooms. There is decking to the south of the house with beautiful views (accessed via the french doors in the dining room).
There is also a laundry room with drying racks and an outdoor line. The dining room has a wood fired rayburn stove and there is also a small wood stove in the living room.
It benefits from breath taking views of rugged, unspoilt and undeveloped countryside and is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
The house is located not far from the heritage town of Westport. The picturesque town is known as one of Irelands best kept towns and is one of its major tourist destinations. The town boasts plenty of great restaurants and traditional Irish pubs with live music, a cinema, swimming pool, supermarkets, shops, etc. There is also a Zoo and small theme park at Westport House.
Within driving distance from here you will find many beautiful safe sandy beaches on the North and south shores of Clew Bay, many of which have been accredited with a blue flag award. You will also find the famous mountain of Croagh Patrick located nearby.
The house is just an hours drive to Galway and Knock International Airport. There is no better place to stay when exploring Irelands magical west coast line.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
The guests have access to the whole house and the surrounding grounds.
Interaction with Guests
Our lovely neighbour Trish looks after the house and will be the one who visits guests after their arrival. She will be there to answer any questions guests may have about the house and amenities and activities in the local area.
'House Rules' sound a little stern, rather we would request that all guests consider the following during their stay in our lovely eco home:
As an eco house we ask all guests to strive to be as environmentally responsible as possible during their stay. This includes cleaning and sorting any recyclable rubbish guests may generate (appropriate bins and guidelines are provided), making sure lights and heating are turned off when not required.
We have a 'shoes off' policy whilst in the house and we have provided an assortment of slippers for those who want them.
We ask guests to strip the bedding (not the mattress and pillow protectors unless necessary) and leave them along with used towels next to the washing machine before checking out. This is very helpful for our lovely neighbour who cleans and readies the house for the next guests and is much appreciated.
Most of all we ask guests to kick back, relax and enjoy the house, its unsurpassed views and its wild surroundings and have a blast.