Resting on the outskirts of the coastal town of Belmullet, in the County Mayo area of Ireland, is this delightful semi-detached cottage.
Entering through the front door, you walk into a small porch area which has a delightful rocking chair, where you can sit and simply delight in the stunning views across the sea inlet, whilst getting some quiet time and reading a good book.
Walk through to the open-plan living space, boasting a wonderfully spacious lounge, where you can curl up with your loved ones to relax and unwind into the evening, with a lovely woodburning stove to provide that extra bit of warmth during those chillier evenings.
The kitchen has been fitted with a quality set of white units and sleek wooden worktops, housing a range of contemporary appliances so you can easily cook up a delicious home-cooked meal for the whole family!
Gather around either of the two dining tables to enjoy your meals over a glass of something chilled and catch up with the day's events.
With all the rooms being on the ground floor, you will have easy access to two well-presented bedrooms, a double and twin, where you can wake up to the magnificent views across the coastline every morning!
Delight in the traditional, sliding wooden door leading into a modern family bathroom, with a fitted back and a walk-in shower, so you can decide how best to prepare for your day.
Outside, there are plenty of garden areas to the front and rear where you can sit with a refreshing drink and simply take in your wonderful coastal location.
Resting just outside of the Mullet Peninsula, you have easy access to a number of tourist attractions that are a must-see during your trip, including Blacksod Bay.
Further afield, you will find the picturesque Ballycroy National Park, spanning across 15,000 hectares of Atlantic blanket bog, with mountains, perfect for those keen walkers and hikers among you.
Explore this unspoilt wilderness with your loved ones, or travel along the coastal route for some cycling opportunities.
This area is ever-growingly popular for water sports such as fishing and sailing, whilst Belmullet itself has a wonderful golf course for practising your swing.
Venture towards the magnificent Céide Fields, a Neolithic site resting along the north coastline and is particularly popular for its sea cliffs and beautiful country and coastal scenery.
Return to Carraigeen for a relaxing evening with your loved ones in front of the warming fire.