Nestled in pristine, emerald countryside on the outskirts of Manorhamilton in County Leitrim, lies the delightful, two-bedroom holiday annexe of Ballyboy View.
Featuring off-road parking, an enclosed courtyard, and good positioning a short drive from the nearest shops and pubs, this charming home makes a perfect base for a family or group of friends seeking a relaxing, self-catered escape to beautiful Ireland.
Drive up to your new home-from-home as you soak in views of your tranquil new surroundings, with rolling hills and a nearby working farm providing an abundance of rural charm.
Step into the annexe, whereupon you'll be greeted by a well-presented, open-plan living space finished to a high-standard, featuring a fully-equipped kitchen, a dining table with ample seating, and an inviting sitting area with two sofas, an armchair, an elegant woodburning stove, and a sleek, wall-mounted Smart TV.
In the evenings, be sure to refresh with a long, hot shower on your way to hunkering down for a well-earned rest in either a plush double or a family room that comprises a triple bunk sleeping three, along with a single bed.
If you can tear yourself from your lovely new lodgings, slip your shoes on and set out to explore what the local area has to offer.
A brief car ride into Manorhamilton will bring you to Rooney's SuperValu supermarket where you can load up on homely essentials, as well as Heraghty's Bar for a drink and Gurn's Milestone & Restaurant serving up traditional pub fare for when you fancy taking a break from cooking duties, W8 Osta is also close by and has a restaurant and coffee shop.
You'll find an abundance of activities and landmarks within a short drive of your front door, including the stunning spot of Glencar Lough and Waterfall, which famously inspired the 'The Stolen Child' from famed Irish poet William Yeats; the serene locale of Lough Gill; the Shed Distillery that produces the acclaimed Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin; and the Arigna Mining Experience, a centre providing underground tours that delve into the history of coal mining within the region that spans a period of 400 years!
Whatever you get up to during your next visit to County Leitrim, do it from the wonderful base of Ballyboy View.