Settled in a secluded spot, surrounded by rich woodland in the village of Attishane, County Mayo is this charming, detached farmhouse, Bohans Barn.
On arrival, you will be greeted by ample off-road parking and stables, home to horses Lily, Blossom and Faith, so be sure to say hello!
Step inside the back door to discover a utility room, a handy place to wash and dry your clothes after a day’s adventure, which leads on to the spacious kitchen/diner.
Rustle up heart-warming meals with an electric oven and hob to assist you; afterwards settle down at the dining table to tuck-in and admire the warmth of the woodburning stove.
Moving through the property, locate the sitting room, here you can curl up on a plush sofa in front of the Smart TV or escape into a book on the armchair with the flicker of the woodburning stove in the background.
As eyes grow tired, climb upstairs, and relax your muscles in the tub or rinse the day away in the walk-in shower, where a towel can wait on the heated rail for a warm embrace.
When sleep calls, choose between a super-king-size bed, which can be a twin for flexible sleeping arrangements, another super-king-sized bed with an en-suite, or a twin bedroom with two four-foot beds.
Awaken with a steaming cup of coffee before exploring your local surroundings either on foot or bike to relish the rolling greenery.
Jump in the car to discover the beautiful beaches of North Mayo, from the spectacular Kilcummin beach to Carrowteigue to Black sod.
Surfers can catch the waves from Kilcummin to Easky.
Wander to Lough Conn for a bit of fishing or stroll through Enniscoe woods and unveil the past at North Mayo Heritage Centre along with some afternoon tea.
Three golf courses on your doorstep Enniscrone and Carne rated some to the best links golf courses in Ireland.
Miles of mountain treks and hikes are on your doorstep, discover Wild Nephin National Park, enjoy a stroll around the beautiful Ferrew Bog nature reserve.
Plenty of activities for children form surfing and paddle boarding schools to horse riding, and fairy walks in Belleek woods in Ballina.
Visit the town of Ballina, which rests at the mouth of the River Moy, where you can absorb the culture at a wide selection of pubs, tour the Victorian St Muredach's Cathedral or meander around Jackie Clarke Collection to see Irish artifacts.
Bohans Barn is an excellent base for exploring the Irish coast, so why not venture to Kilcummin Beach, which overlooks Killala Bay or take a picnic to Carrowteigue Beach to explore the caves and view the rugged cliffs.
For a blissful escape to rural County Mayo, choose Bohans Barn.