Rosturk Woods Cottages, Mulranny, Westport, Co. Mayo
Rosturk Woods is situated on the unspoiled west coast of Ireland, between the historic, attractive town of Westport (24 km) and the renowned landscapes of Achill Island (17 km). We are also 60 km to the north of the beautiful wilderness of Connemara and 60 km south of the recently discovered, spectacularly located, 5000 year old settlement at the Céide Fields in North Mayo.
We are offering two comfortable and spacious self catering houses suitable for families, couples, friends or a combination of these. We have finished all our accommodation to the highest standard ensuring comfort combined with a relaxed and welcoming atmostphere. We encourage guests to treat the place like home.
3 Bedroom House:
This is a spacious two storey, south facing house which is the private wing of the main house. It has its own separate access and private parking. There is a large fenced patio accessed from the house which has lovely views of the beach, the sea and some of Clew Bay\'s islands.
The luxury accommodation is well finished with antique furnishings and paintings by local artists. It is set in secluded mature woodland with access to the clean, tidal seashore through the private woodland garden.
6 Bedroom House:
The woodland garden in front of the house falls away down to the river, and a path leads you through the wood and out onto the clean and sandy tidal seashore of Clew Bay and its islands.
The house is suitable for both small and large groups of family or friends. It works for either a couple or friends seeking a peaceful, spacious living space or for a large family or group needing plenty of facilities.
There is a spacious fenced patio area which provides a good outdoor dining area as well as a quiet area for relaxing and sunbathing. It is also a great area for children with plenty of tricycle riding space and there is a turtle sandpit provided.
A wide selection of areas, sites and buildings of historical, scientific and archeological interest exist in the surrounding area from the Megalithic remains on Slievemore in Achill to the new visitors centre at the Céide Fields in North Mayo which show how the 5,000 year old settlement was found and how people lived at the time. Other places of interest include the Foxford Woollen Mills Visitor Centre which show how the mills came to be, founded in 1892 by a Mother Agnes Morrogh Bernard. The Deserted Village at Slievemore on Achill Island and the spectacular view from the Minaun Heights are always worth visiting.
4 Star Fáilte Ireland.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.
Telephone:  98 36264 /  876573840
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 6