Roscommon Holiday Homes
Rent a holiday cottage near one of Roscommon's lakes or rivers, in a tranquil spot good for fishing and relaxing break
Thinking of taking a cottage holiday in Roscommon county in beautiful Ireland? Roscommon County is located in the West of Ireland and is a largely rural district making it a good option if you are looking for a relaxing tranquil setting for your holiday. You might be considering a stay in a self-catering cottage near a pretty lake or river in County Roscommon.
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In Roscommon there is beautiful green countryside and also many lakes and rivers making it an attractive destination for boating, fishing or just sightseeing. Roscommon, as with many areas in Ireland is rich in heritage. There are a number of interesting historical sites to visit in Roscommon on a cottage break including Roscommon castle and Boyle Abbey.
The town of Boyle is known to be a particularly attractive town by a lake with an interesting abbey and Lough Key forest park should be a hit with keen wildlife watchers. Roscommon town is also a charming town with lots to interest visitors including an arts centre and a number of restaurants. For those who really want to see some ancient Irish history there are burial mounds and ring forts to see in Roscommon.
If you are looking for a peaceful self catering break then Roscommon may be a good choice for you. You may want to find a rural retreat somewhere deep in the Irish countryside or a country cottage. Whatever the type of self catering cottage you desire, we hope you enjoy browsing through the cottages and area guides on Country Cottages Online.
3 bedroom , Ireland - County Sligo.
Rural Irish country cottage with 3 bedrooms, nestled by fields and farmlands, with a beautiful interior and stunning countryside views, fall in love with Ireland with a stay here.
Special features: free internet access.
Sleeps from 2 to 8 people in 3 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 4
Pet Friendly: No
Quality Rating: (5)
01244 500 540
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Next availability: from 31 July 2015 to 01 August 2015; from 19 September 2015 to 03 October 2015;