The house at Creevagh is a very comfortable spot, with plenty of room for a family of five and a very welcome collection of toys to keep the youngsters happy. With a great view east toward Sligo and Donegal, nearby Lacken and Ross strands make for fine walking and bathing (respectively) and are fine spots to visit along the Wild Atlantic Way. The house is very well appointed, spacious and a great spot to base yourself in this part of Mayo.
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The house is situated in a lovely bucolic setting with captivating views. The interior is light and airy; even when the weather is grim and damp. The aroma of peat-burning stove enhances the sense of being remote and in a less travelled area of Ireland. The kitchen is well equipped. The beds are firm and comfortable. The bathrooms are pristine. The house has been meticulously renovated.
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