Holiday Cottage Belmullet Erris Peninsula Co.Mayo Ireland

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Holiday Cottage Erris Peninsula Mayo

Tearmon Cottage

Tearmon Cottage Erris Peninsula Co. Mayo
Tearmon Cottage Belmullet Erris Peninsula Co Mayo
Ferienhäuser in IrlandLocation de vacances Belmullet Erris Irlande

Welcome to Tearmon Cottage, Erris Peninsula!

  • cosy and well-equipped cottage in a very quiet location in the far west of Ireland
  • 2 bedrooms - ideal for up to 5 adults
  • additional sofa bed
  • located within a bird sanctuary, perfect for bird & nature watching; private garden
  • angling, swimming, diving, golfing, walking, cycling
  • perfect to relax and unwind
  • this house might not be suitable for smaller children
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Tearmon Cottage

Tearmon is located on the Wild Atlantic Way and is in a designated Special Area of Conservation and surrounded by a large Bird Sanctuary. If you're stressed out and in need of peace tranquility this is the place to stay for you! Morning and evening bird songs surround the cottage and fill the air with sweet sounds to enhance and enliven the inner spirit.

Tearmon is a comfortable and well equipped cottage with great view of Scotchport and the Eagle Island Lighthouse. The quiet area offers lots of level to moderate walks and cycling. There's a superb links Golf Course at Carne, anglers find salmon and trout in the local rivers or can go on chartered sea angling boat trips; the miles of beaches and the clear waters are perfect for surfing, diving, kayaking and swimming.

There are two bedrooms, a nice upstairs snug with a view across another bay and comfy chairs and lights for reading; a spacious living room (part of which has plenty of windows with views to the nearby bay) and a separate well equipped kitchen. The caretaker lives very nearby and is readily available. There's a small shop in the next village for your daily needs.

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"The Erris Peninsula (Ireland's own Eden) is unrivalled for its variety of stunning scenery, dramatic coastlines, colourful moors and crystal waters teeming with abundant marine life" (The Irish Times (11/07/2009). Erris is an ancient land alive with legends and mystery to be witnessed in the Ceide Fields and the greatest concentration of Stone Age tombs in Europe. In 2009, Erris was among the 5 finalists in the European Destination of Excellence competition (EDEN) awarded for developing tourism potential of protected areas in a sustainable manner while also ensuring the preservation of the area's social and cultural heritage. From early Summer onwards the area hosts cultural and heritage festivals almost on a weekly basis.