Traditional Farmhome with a modern twist, near to lakes and Wild Atlantic Way

Traditional Farmhome with a modern twist, near to lakes and Wild Atlantic Way

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

What makes Windmill Farm special is that it always has a happy, welcoming feeling. It has lots of traditional aspects but there is still a certain modernity about what it can offer you.

A peeking view of Croagh Patrick from comfortable linen coaches and cushions beside the fire in the upstairs sitting room. Or a view of the Windmill across the fields. A circular stonewalled garden and wooden deck brings the west of Ireland views and it's unique light and sunsets right up you. In the warm weather, breakfast and dinner on the sheltered deck are a joy.

It's a 10 minute drive (or you can cycle) to the nearest lake for fishing or a swim in Lough Cara or visit nearby Moore Hall (Home to Irish writer George Moore).

Westport is definitely worth a visit with all it's attractions. Or why not pamper yourself with a visit to the Spa at Ashford Castle, Cong, or even stay for dinner.

Windmill farm is a great location, really central to Mayo and also an easy reach to Galway or Roscommon.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We are a fun-loving family of 6, always up for new things, children are 13,12 and twins 9. One parent teaches design and we run our own business.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Our neighbourhood can be described as rural, although there are plenty of homes nearby.

We are equip-distant between Ballinrobe and Claremorris and spend most of our time between these two locals.

It is easy to travel to most places in Mayo and Galway is aproximately an hour away. As a family we ilke surfing so Enniscrone is great for a day, super surf or you can take a trip to Achill where there are also surf schools.

Nearer to home, a stroll around the lake (Brownstown) is within an easy reach, or cycle Hollymount through the quieter country roads.

In summary, it's peaceful, but with lots to interest you in the neighborhood

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