- Electric car charging
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Concealed in the beautiful village of Collooney is Lug Beag, a rustic cottage with spectacular views of the Irish landscape, with plenty of nearby attractions to enjoy.
The property is based on an elevated site next to the owner’s house and their certified organic working farm, with cattle, sheep, pigs, hens, ducks and dogs, which is encompassed by breath-taking woodlands and fields, ideal for a big family gathering or an adventure with a group of friends.
Begin your Irish adventure by settling into this gorgeous bungalow, which fuses modern and rustic decor throughout.
Relax in the open-plan living space which offers a lavish leather sofa, smart oak dining table, a TV, and plenty of books, whilst you enjoy the warmth of the sleek woodburning stove.
Walk a few feet over to the contemporary kitchen area, perfect for rustling up a mouth-watering meal for your group, there's even a dishwasher for you to use, cutting your clean up time in half.
Be careful as there's a small step leading to the utility room where you can find sufficient storage and a washing machine to clean your muddy clothes after exploring the woodland.
Four snug bedrooms await you and your guests to conclude your jam-packed day of adventure, all rooms contain varying scenic views of the surrounding woodland, fields and countryside, and beautiful wooden storage features.
One of the double rooms possesses an elegant marble en-suite bathroom with its own electric shower.
Delight in a brisk shower in the family bathroom, wrapping yourself in your warm towel from the heated rail.
Perch on the outdoor seating with a toasty hot chocolate in the enclosed lawn as you breathe in the crisp country air, listening to the peaceful echoes of the surrounding wildlife.
A short walk down the country roads is a selection of convenience stores, restaurants and a lovely local pub where you can experience a proper Irish Guinness.
The surrounding areas of Collooney displays lots of hills, lakes and an array of ancient tombs worth exploring.
Sligo town is a lively tourist hub with lots of attractions to sight-see, including Sligo kayak tours on Lough Gill and Carraig Climbing rock climbing and hillwalking.
Take a trip over to Lough Gill, birthplace of world renowned poet W.
Yeats, where you can delve into the surroundings of the Lake Isle of Innisfree, the inspiration of his most famous poem.
Nearby towns and villages are easily accessible such as Strandhill, where you can indulge in a seaweed bath, or explore beaches in Enniscrone.
Lug Beag is a breath-taking getaway, located deep within the countryside, where you can indulge in a peaceful setting whilst experiencing the local Irish culture.
- Four bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 2 x twin
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
- Open-plan living area with kitchen area and sitting area with woodburning stove
- Utility room
- Oil central heating with woodburning stove
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, and WiFi
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off-road parking for five cars
- Enclosed garden with lawn area, patio, barbecue and seating area
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop within 1 mile, pub within 1 mile
- Note: The property is on an elevated site beside the owner's house surrounded by a working farm
About the location
COLLOONEY, COUNTY SLIGO
Sligo 7 miles.
Collooney is a quaint little village in Co Sligo. Situated at the confluence of the Owenmore and Unshin rivers and forming a gateway to Sligo town, seven miles away, Collooney has a rich history. Markree Castle, ancestral seat of the Cooper family with its two ornate gate lodges is close by. Sligo town,one of Ireland’s largest towns is a great destination set among Benbulben Mountain, Knocknarea Hill, sandy beaches, and the green countryside of the Emerald Isle. The town itself offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants with great seafood and pubs playing traditional Irish music. There are many attractions on your doorstep, practice your swing with a few rounds of golf, visit art galleries, seaweed baths, go horse riding on the beach, or relax with a spot of fishing. Sample the local culture by visiting the Yeats Memorial Building, The Model Contemporary Centre and the Hawk’s Well Theatre, one of the oldest regional theatres in the country. Take the Queen Maeve Trail to the top of Knocknarea and be sure to bring your camera along to capture the breathtaking landscape that this county has to offer. Sligo is an excellent base for exploring this part of Ireland.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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