Resting in a quiet cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Foxford, a quaint village on the tranquil banks of the River Moy, lies this charming, two-bedroom holiday home, Aikenhead Terrace.
With living spaces set across the ground-floor, and exceptional proximity to nearby amenities, this property welcomes a family of four to enjoy a relaxing, self-catered getaway to the beautiful setting of County Mayo.
After parking up roadside, step into your new home-from-home and be greeted by a variety of well-presented living areas.
An amply-equipped kitchenette houses everything the chosen chef will need to rustle up a tasty, home-cooked meal, whilst a dining area with a table for four invites you and your loved ones to savour your meals as you catch up on the day's events.
Whilst the sun is still shining, take a glass of your favourite beverage out back into the rear courtyard, where you can kick back on the garden seating as you toast to your getaway.
After enjoying a film on the TV in the sitting room, head for a rejuvenating shower on your way to retiring for a well-earned sleep in one of the two, plush double bedrooms.
If you can tear yourself from your new dwelling, head out to explore what your surroundings have to offer.
Take a stroll into Foxford to embark on a peaceful stroll along the The Admiral Brown Promenade, which runs adjacent to the rushing waters of the River Moy.
Once you've worked up a suitable appetite, settle down for some traditional pub fare at The Moy Hotel before your head back to your peaceful new lodgings.
A short drive from your new home will bring you a to a plethora of exciting locations, such as the Knockmore Lakeside Picnic Area, which enjoys views overlooking Lough Conn; the historic remains of Ballylahan Castle; and the Turlough Round Tower and the National Museum.
The town of Ballina also houses the pristine landscape of Belleek Wood/Park and the Dolmen of the Four Maols.
Look no further than Aikenhead Terrace for your next escape to Ireland.