Resting within an idyllic corner of County Sligo, with a scenic river running at its entrance, Teach Padraig is an enticing farmhouse, ideally placed for an outdoor adventure as a family or group of friends.
Translating to 'Patrick's House' in Irish, this traditional dwelling is a true wonder of a countryside retreat in Ireland.
Make your way towards the property via a remote, private road and over the bridge, taking in the scenic sounds of the river as you pass, before entering inside to be greeted by a beautiful interior.
Head into to the sitting room to begin your relaxing retreat in front of the woodburning stove, a room offering a delightful, homely aura, with the Freeview television providing hours of entertainment when you're not out adventuring.
The kitchen/diner makes a fantastic social hub, also boasting a woodburning stove, here you can gather around the dining table while the chef of the group makes full use of the farmhouse-style kitchen area, with all the essential appliances needed to attend to your self-catering requirements.
Up on the first floor sit three inviting double bedrooms, all with a cosy feel and offering their own unique countryside views, they provide the perfect place to wind down in the evening, with ample storage space for all your personal belongings too!
Enjoy a refreshing shower to begin each day, before moving to the rear private patio to enjoy a hearty breakfast alfresco, as your canine companion plays freely.
There's plenty of outdoor activities to keep you entertained on your travels; venture up the Ox Mountains to discover a plethora of walking and cycling routes offering rewarding views at its top, as well as the property benefiting from being in close reach of a adventure centre, providing you with the best insights into the surrounding adventure.
Enjoy family time together by fishing on the River Moy, famed for its abundance of salmon fishing opportunities, or head to nearby Tobercurry, the second-largest town in County Sligo, here you can find all of your local amenities in the form of quaint shops and inviting eateries, as well as a fantastic golf club where you can while away the hours surrounded by tranquil lands.
Both Ballina and Sligo are well-worth a visit for their historic wonders and family-friendly attractions, or take a stroll along the coast to truly appreciate your beautiful location.
Sitting in close reach of the primary route from Sligo to Galway, Teach Padraig is perfectly positioned for your exploration of Ireland.