Woodhill House is set a the gateway to Connemara near the village of Cong in Co.Mayo.
It is your ideal base for trout salmon and pike fishing in Lough Corrib which is just 200meters from the house.
You are just 5 minute from Ashford Castle and its beautiful grounds.
Here you can play golf enjoy the beautiful gardens or just relax at the waters edge or if you are feeling more energetic you can take the ferry to the island in the middle of Lough Corrib Inchagoill and visit the old monastery where the nephew of St Patrick is burried.
You are also just 25minute from Galway city and the town of Westport and I hour from Clifden in Connemara.
Places to see around Woodhill House
•Inchagoill Island, Lough Corrib
•The Pyramid, The Neale
•The Pigeon Hole Cave, Cong
•Kellys Cave, Cong
•Monks Fishing Hole, Ashford, Cong
•Cong Abbey, Cong, Co.Mayo
•Cross of Cong
•Museum of Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar
•Ashford Castle, Cong
•Turlough Park Gardens, Turlough, Castlebar
•Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Gardens
Things to do around Woodhill House
Lough Corrib Cruise
•Corrib Cruise from Lisloughrey Pier Cong
•De Veleash Kiltimagh
Sports and Activities
•Derry Quay Lodge, Derry Quay, Cross
•Ashford Castle Golf Club, Cong
•Ballinrobe Golf Club, Claremorris Road, Ballinrobe
•Crazy Golf, Lisloughrey
•Ashford Equestrian Center
Cong, nestling on the shores of Lough Corrib offers a wealth of history and unspoilt natural beauty that once seen is never forgotten.
Spectacularly situated on the shores of Lough Corrib, Cong is one of the most beautiful and historic villages in Ireland. It owes its special character to its location on an island in the middle of the River Cong. It owes its name to the isthmus or 'narrows' from the Irish word cunga, which separates Lough Mask and Lough Corrib, two of the finest wild trout fisheries in Europe.
The rising of waters at Cong and the myriad of underground streams and Caverns beneath the area has captivated people for millennia. Congs strategic location has drawn hunter-gatherers, farmers, soldiers, kings, monks and adventurers for almost 7000 years.
There are many Archaeological sites & Caves to be discovered around Cong and the surrounding area that we would be happy to show you.
County Mayo is situated in the west of Ireland in the province of Connaught and is a county with a varied landscape, scenic panoramas and natural amenities. The county stretches from Lough Corrib and the long narrow fjord of Killary Harbour in the south to the barony of Erris and Killala Bay in the north. The county is home to Ireland's highest cliffs at Croaghaun, Achill Island and is also home one of Europe's best known places of Pilgrimage, Croagh Patrick.
County Mayo has the longest coastline in Ireland and the beaches give unrivalled opportunities for peace and tranquility. In total, County Mayo has 13 Blue Flag beaches which include, Achill Island, Broadhaven Bay, Mullaghmore in the north west of the county and gems such as Old Head, Carrowmore, Carrowniskey and Mulranny to the south. Clew Bay is a famous spot which comprises of 365 islands, Clare Island being the largest.
Ballina which lies at the mouth of the River Moy near Killala Bay is the county town of Mayo. Ballina is a busy thriving town and is internationally known and recognised as an angler's paradise. One of the town's most striking architectural features is St. Muredachs Cathedral. Along with Ballina, there are many large and well established towns in County Mayo such as; Castlebar, Ballinrobe, Newport, Ballyhaunis, Swinford and the heritage town of Westport. There are also many Gaeltacht regions in County Mayo these include the areas of Erris, Achill and Tourmakeady.
jonathan est un hote tres agreable et sa maison tres acceuillante et chalereuse
tout y est prevu pour un sejour confortable et plaisant
meme la meteo etait de la partie!!!!
A beautiful home in a gorgeous setting down a lovely country lane. Very clean and well appointed with everything we needed except Wi-Fi which didn't worry me, but it did the others we were travelling with.
We loved the Period House, it was so well maintained and was in such a natural and serene setting. The house itself was so comfortable with everything we needed and more. Our hosts were great, so helpful and accommodating. Our only regret is we weren't able to spend more time. Two nights were not enough, so much to see and great nearby villages to roam.
A beautiful place to stay. Jonathan and Siobahn were great hosts. We arrived from New York to start our vacation and visit relatives in the Mayo area. The house and grounds are inviting - you feel very much at home. We highly recommend this home and hope to return soon. June 2013
A lovely place which felt like a home from home. We enjoyed every minute of our stay. My wife and I returned back to Dublin feeling revitalised and relaxed. I look forward to our next visit to enjoy some great walks, fantastic local sights and the relaxed atmosphere that this place and the surrounding area has to offer. Worth every penny.
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.