Tranquil 5BR 4.5BA house,cute village /Lough Rynn


Entire home hosted by Margaret

  1. 8 guests
  2. 5 bedrooms
  3. 5 beds
  4. 4.5 baths
Dedicated workspace
A common area with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
Self check-in
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This is a fabulous 5bedroom,4.5bathroom garden property with bespoke design created from a carefully selected mix of local crafts and international furnishings. It offers optimal comfort and privacy for larger groups, family gatherings, friends or work trips for colleagues. Perfect location for Lough Rynn weddings /events.

The house is based in a scenic village which lies on the Shannon with wonderful marine and harbour views, 4 mins from train station, which travels between Sligo and Dublin l

The space
The house is based in a very quiet friendly estate nearby the train station and in the heart of the village.

Surrounded by a river and wonderful green lawns and a back garden the house is very private and offers a tranquil space to unwind and live like a local  

Downstairs is a large open plan sitting room which leads onto the kitchen. The sitting room provides a luxurious space to relax and gather in with 2 very large sofas and a large armchair.  The open fire provides the ultimate in comfort. 2 complimentary baskets of logs and turf are supplied for your comfort. The kitchen is fitted with all modern appliances and has tons of storage space. Cooking utensils, crockery and dried goods are supplied. It is a perfect kitchen to cook up a storm and enjoy a wonderful evening in. The patio doors open fully out to lead into the garden which overlooks the nearby woods.

There is a powder room/ half bathroom downstairs and a utility room with washer / dryer and storage area for firewood and cleaning materials.  

The first floor has 4 bedrooms, 2 en-suite and a large family bathroom  

All bedrooms are supplied with:

· Storage facilities including built in wardrobes and clothes rail

· Locally sourced quality mattresses

· Matching chest of drawers and bed side tables  

· Bed side lamps  

· Quality linen and throws

· Black out blinds and quality curtains  

Bedroom 1 the blue Bedroom  

This is an exceptionally large ensuite bedroom. The bedroom has a beautiful luxury king size bed. All beds are supplied with top quality mattresses manufactured and supplied by local outfitter.  All windows have excellent black out blinds and quality curtains to help you to have a lovely peaceful sleep.  The ensuite bathroom has a very modern power shower in black and is decorated in tasteful black and white tiles  

Bedroom 2 the Balcony Bedroom  

This is a large size bedroom with a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden and the surrounding village. The bed is king size and is decorated in a lovely champagne colour. The ensuite bathroom is a lovely relaxing green colour with a power shower and lots lots of storage space.

Bedroom 3 Front double bedroom

A very cute bedroom with cosy double bed. Decorated in hues of rose and green the room is very peaceful and has a lovely arm chair to relax in. Guests who stay in this room will have access to the main family bathroom.

Bedroom 4

This is a single bed in cast iron. It is a very comfortable size for 1 adult or child. Guests who stay in this room have access to the family bathroom

The family bathroom

Situated on the 1st floor: the bathroom has a fabulous stand alone roll top bath as well as a rain fall power shower. The bathroom is decorated to a perfect finish with teal panelling and Mediterranean tiles.

The attic suite expands across the second floor. It comprises of a bedroom, dressing room and a large walk in bathroom. It is a very large space covering the top of the house. It offers great privacy and has wonderful view over the nearby woodland.

The attic has a large king chrome bed with matching furniture and oodles of storage and hanging space. The dressing room can also double up a study or adjacent room for infant. The full bathroom has a power shower, and is beautifully decorated in white and grey.

The house is situated in a very safe and friendly neighbourhood. The village is well known for its restaurants.

Please have a look at the House Manual which you will find on here for local tips and info and also under the Neighbourhood section. There are lots of hidden gems and as we are local we know how the land lies! Let me know if you would like any specific information

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What this place offers

Garden view
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
50" HDTV with Netflix, premium cable, standard cable
Free washer – In building
Free dryer – In unit

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Where you’ll be

Drumod, County Leitrim, Ireland

Dromod is located in County Leitrim along the shore of intertwining Lough Boderg (Lake of the Red Cow) and Lough Bofin (Lake of the White Cow). Dromod is well situated for access to Carrick on Shannon, Lough Rynn Castle and the beaches and stunning scenery in Sligo.

The harbour in Dromod, which is busy during the summer months, boasts some stunning views. The village is well kept and boasts 3 well known restaurants / pubs to choose from.

The harbour has been in use for over 150 years and was once a busy port, with barges full of Guinness, turf and medical supplies commonly docking. Dromod was also an important stopover town from 1887 to 1959. This was due to the Cavan-Leitrim railway line which serviced this area and was vital for trade, especially coal from the Arigna mines. A railway museum is located in Dromod and visitors can take a short journey on a steam train to experience this old way of travelling. The museum also contains weapons from both world wars as well as old airplanes, a submarine, buses and vintage motor vehicles.

Dromod is very well situated to travel to Carrick on Shannon (13 min by car) and is surrounded by gorgeous villages such as Roosky which is on the Shannon, Mohill which is a farming town and Tarmonbarry which boasts wonderful Shannon views and tours and the famous Keenans and Purple Onion restaurants

The train station at Dromod travels between Sligo and Dublin several times a day. It is a gorgeous old style station creating a feeling of nostalgia for bygone days

Derrycarne woods are 8 minutes away from the house. This is a beautiful off the beaten track local haven. The only sound here is birdsong and plenty of it. The woods ares surrounded by Lough Boderg, the shore is a wonderful place to sit and reflect with the most gorgeous views across the lake and the countryside. A perfect place to find inspiration for artist and writers and indeed for those of us who need to just sit and recharge the batteries

Ck on Shannon is a lovely town on the Shannon. Lots of water activity. Moon River provides a cruise out on the Shannon. Definitely worth a trip. The town has wonderful restaurants and pubs and is a great spot for live music and friendly locals

Drumshanbo is a pretty town situated at the foot of Sliabh an Iarainn mountain and is the heart of traditional music in the area. Its position at the southern end of Lough Allen makes it a prized angling resort. The surrounding area is mountainous and hilly and there are excellent marked trails for walking enthusiasts, some of which are suitable for cyclists.

Drumshanbo marks the start of the Shannon Blueway and Acres Lake is home to Ireland’s first floating boardwalk. The 600m boardwalk extends over the lake and is part of a 6.5 km linear walking and cycling trail from Acres Lake in Drumshanbo to Battlebridge Lock, near Leitrim Village.

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 Leitrim and his beloved town.

Drumshanbo is also the only remaining town in Ireland to still celebrate An Tóstal, a festival inaugurated all over Ireland in 1953, as a celebration for Irish life. The week long family fun festival is full of a variety of activities and entertainment. There is a mix of on-street entertainment, indoor and outdoor activities, water activities and the ever popular Stylish Silage competition which attracts hundreds of people to Drumshanbo during the festival week to view the locals creative displays.

An interesting point of interest in Drumshanbo is its unique High Street fronted by a stone wall and steps that lead down to Ireland’s shortest Main Street. St John’s Church of Ireland – A gothic structure that dates back to 1829.

The old pre-emancipation Church of Murhaun which stood in 1744, before St Patrick’s Church was built in 1851 closer to the village, was attached to a graveyard, known as the Famine Graveyard. Some 500 victims of the Great Famine (An Gorta Mor – 1845/47) are thought to have been buried here.

At Blackrock there are boat facilities that allow access to Lough Allen from the Canal. Crannogs, an ancient fortified dwelling constructed in a lake or marsh, can be seen in Lough Allen when water levels are low. Crannogs consist of stones arranged in oval and circular shapes in a raised formation off the shoreline.

Sliabh an Iarainn
Sliabh an Iarainn Visitor Centre
Acres Lake Boardwalk
Shannon Blueway
Drumshanbo Outdoor Pool
The Shed Distillery
Moorlands Equestrian Centre
Angling: Game Fishing, Coarse Fishing

Lough Rynn Castle / Hotel is worth a visit. Amazing 5 star hotel, great for afternoon tea and dinner. Wonderful grounds and steeped in history

Jamestown is worth a visit, very historic and scenic. Also boasts the very popular Cottage Restaurant but book in advance as a very busy spot

Roosky is very popular with boaters and tourists from all over the world. Great pubs and worth a visit


Tarmonbarry Again on the Shannon and has excellent gastro pubs

Sliabh Ban is a wonderful mountain nearby with several walks and a windmill farm which is very impressive. The views are amazing and the fresh mountain air is worth the

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I love meeting people from different cultures and backgrounds. London is an amazingly diverse City which suits me very well. I am from Ireland and have a very sociable nature.

I have been hosting my own listings since 2014. Altogether I have hosted in excess of 1,000 guests which has been a fabulous experience. As a host I make sure I understand my guests needs very well and endeavour to find out all I can to help their stay to be memorable and fabulous.

For some people I have discovered, they have very few holidays or opportunities to visit London so I see it as part of my hosting role to make their stay as comfortable, informative and value for money as possible, I have hosted honeymooners, parents to be, backpackers, research students, diplomats, artists / sculptors, tourists and a really wide mixture of wonderful people. Altogether an amazing community of global travellers who chose to book my listings and live like a local!!

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I love meeting people from different cultures and backgrounds. London is an amazingly diverse City which suits me very well. I am from Ireland and have a very sociable nature.…


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I live in London but am with my family in Leitrim a lot so I hope to say hello in person. If not one of the family or my team are on hand and I am always available on the phone. WhatsApp 00447939 100336

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