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Apartment on the Doorstep of the Wild Atlantic Way

Entire rental unit
hosted by Eileen
  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1.5 baths
Great location
90% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Great check-in experience
100% of recent guests gave the check-in process a 5-star rating.
Park for free
This is one of the few places in the area with free parking.

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Glenview apartment is located on the Crossmolina-Ballycastle road, with lovely views of the glen into Ballycastle, on the Wild Atlantic Way. Just 10 minutes from Ballycastle, it offers a haven of beauty and tranquility. This beautifully scenic region is a unique blend of natural and built heritage spanning 6,000 years. It offers something for all interests, including multiple designated walking trails, cycling, fishing, golf, beaches, diving, Historical sites, and plenty of beautiful scenery.

The space
Glenview apartment is a newly decorated, cosy, warm, clean place to stay. Extra attention will be given to cleanliness due to the Corona Virus. The apartment is attached to the main residence but it has a separate, external entrance giving complete privacy to guests. The hallway leads into a kitchen/dining/sitting area. This area contains an electric stove. The kitchen is well equipped and contains everything needed for a stay. This area also has a sofa-bed and a Smart TV. The en-suite bedroom contains a double-bed, and all toiletries are provided. The utility room contains a washing machine, iron, and ironing board. There is also a separate toilet and hand basin. There is a large garden with a lawn, and a patio area specifically for guests. Barbeque available on request.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 double bed
Living room
1 sofa bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV
Washer
Indoor fireplace
Hair dryer

Where you’ll be

Ballycastle, County Mayo, Ireland

Ballycastle: “Baile an Chaisil” – “The Town of the Stone Fortress” lies on the beautiful rugged coastline of North Mayo. Its Northern boundary is exposed to the wild Atlantic Ocean, to the West are the lovely Stags of Broadhaven (600-million-year-old rocks), to the East lies Killala Bay, to the South are the towns of Crossmolina and Ballina. Ballycastle is a small but thriving community which has much to offer visitors. It has Mary’s Cottage (for a bite to eat), pubs, 2 grocery shops, a bike hire shop, and Ballinglen Arts Centre is situated in the centre of the village.
Dún Briste (“The Broken Ford”) Sea Stack at Downpatrick Head is just a few minutes’ drive from the village. It separated from the mainland in 1393, following an overnight storm. The summit of the stack is approximately 50 meters long and 15 meters across the centre.
The Céide Fields Interpretive Centre is built at the site of the most extensive Stone Age monument in the World. Preserved beneath the wild blanket bog is a 5000-year-old landscape of stone-walled fields, dwellings and megalithic tombs. The people who lived here were peaceful farmers tending their livestock. The Interpretive Centre explains not only the archeology, but also the botany, geology, and zoology of the site.
The Local Beach is situated 1 mile North of Ballycastle, on the Southern end of Bunatrahir Bay, where it is bordered by sand dunes. Ballycastle coastal waters are becoming ever more popular with scuba divers. Sheltered launching areas and excellent diving conditions ensure diving can take place for 9 months of the year. For the fishermen, the local waters are home to Pollock, Coalfish, Bream, Whiting, Cod, Herring, Mackerel, Salmon, Dogfish, Plaice, Sole, and Halibut. Ballycastle is an ideal location or walking enthusiasts. There is a huge variety of landscapes to explore, whichever direction you decide to go you are guaranteed spectacular scenery. This is especially true of the hills, where the views are magnificent, especially in the evening at sunset. Some walks are mapped out, and direction signposts are placed along the routes. (mayowalks.ie)

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4.97 out of 5 stars from 96 reviews

Hosted by Eileen

Joined in June 2020
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During your stay

The host will greet guests on arrival to hand over the key, show guests around the apartment, and answer any queries. I can be contacted by phone or email if there are any problems during your stay. The key can be left in the postbox at the front of the main residence on departure.
The host will greet guests on arrival to hand over the key, show guests around the apartment, and answer any queries. I can be contacted by phone or email if there are any problems…
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Rated 4.97 out of 5 from 96 reviews.