|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
CAHERMORE HOLIDAY VILLAGE NO 19 C
Located within walking distance of the village and beach in Enniscrone, 23 miles from Sligo town and 8 miles from Ballina, this spacious & well furnished holiday home is in pristine condition & truly the ideal location to enjoy the local area.
It is located 100 yards from the pier in a scenic location & large lawns surround the property.
The ground floor comprises: lounge/kitchen/diner, 1 x double bedroom, bathroom. On the first floor there is 1 x double bedroom with ensuite shower room & 1 x twin with ensuite shower room.
Electricity and Heating is included in your rate. There's an open fire and linen and towels are included, babysitting can be arranged on request.
TV, dvd player, CD
partially enclosed open plan shared garden,
bbq (for summer months only - June, July and August)
off road parking
Sorry no pets.
End Terrace Townhouse for 6
Walking distance to the village and beach
Small childrens playground
THINGS TO DO IN THE AREA:
Waterpoint: Waterpoint is definitely one of Enniscrone's most popular attractions with facilities that include: 16.7metre swimming pool, a 65 metre flume waterslide & children's pool, astroturf pitches, state of the art gym, health suite, a steam room & jacuzzi. Waterpoint
Children's Playground: Located just 5 mins walk away, Enniscrone children's playground is great for keeping your children occupied with swings & slides & lots more. Please note this playground opens seasonally..there is a playarea at Waterpoint also..
Seaweed Baths: Kilcullen Seaweed Baths, located in Enniscrone offer seaweed & massage treatments & are the perfect way to relax & unwind
Golf: Situated with a view of the Atlantic at Killala Bay, the Enniscrone course designed by Eddie Hackett has created a battery of interesting holes which will draw on most of your clubs to negotiate.
Surfing: Seventh Wave Surf School is located at Enniscrone Beach, an idyllic location that has over two miles of excellent surfing conditions suitable for the novice and intermediate surfer.The School is run by Linda Byrne, Manager of the Irish Junior Surf Team, and Gerard Byrne, one time Irish Surf Team Member. Gerard has 35 years surfing experience. Gerard also shapes custom surfboards, and offers a surfboard repair service.
Pitch n Putt
Fishing: Enniscrone offers both the serious and recreational angler a paradise of rock, beach, estuary and deep sea fishing. During the summer period organized fishing trips leave four times a day from the local pier. The River Moy has long been famous as Ireland's premier salmon river and it offers a wide variety of quality angling to suit all tastes and budgets. Most of the main Moy channel, and some of its larger tributaries provide excellent spring salmon and grilse fishingwith both fly and bait. Sea trout are also abundant in the Moy and the dry fly fishing for brown trout can also be excellent.
Walking: There are lots of costal & countryside walks in the area
Pubs & Restaurants: Lots of great local pubs & restaurants in Enniscrone, just a short stroll from this house..
Black Pig Festival: Held annually last week in July
*Plus compulsory or optional charges based on actual occupancy or consumption. The payment has to be made in the currency offered by the property manager, before use of conversion tool. Payments in other currencies have to be negotiated beforehand with the property manager. The currency conversion tool is provided for your convenience only and is non-binding.