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Self Catering Aillemore Louisburgh Mayo

Self Catering Cottage Aillemore Louisburgh Co. Mayo Ireland

Activities near Surfview Cottage

  • Horse riding
    Mweelrea Holidays is a horse riding and walking centre and is located in the neighbourhood of the cottage
  • Cycling
    The best way to discover our landscape! Bicycles can be hired in Louisburgh and are safely stored in the shed next to the cottage
  • Sailing
    Clew Bay is an ideal location for sailing!
Young surfers at the beach

A perfect location for your outdoor pursuits!

There's plenty to do locally, from walking or cycling on the quiet country roads, hiking on the near Connemara Hills and Croagh Patrick to surfing and swimming on the near beaches, which also offer sea kayaking as well as kite and wind surfing.

Swimming & surfing

  • Carrownisky Strand is the most famous of the near surfing beaches. SurfMayo is one of Ireland's oldest surfing schools and provides surf courses as well as all the necessary equipment. If you want to bring your own surfboards, they can be stored safely in the large shed beside the cottage!
  • Cross beach, Silver Strand, White Strand and Carrowmore beach are the well known beaches nearby the cottage and offer perfect bathing conditions. Life guards are on duty in season.

The view from Croagh Patrick

Walking, hiking & climbing:

If your passion is walking, climbing or just generally 'rambling', then this is the perfect destination for you! A Loop Walk passes the house, numerous other very interesting walks to discover are in and around Louisburgh.

  • Croagh Patrick - The shortest and most well-known route up 'The Reek' starts from the large carpark in Murrisk. However, if you want a much quieter and more enjoyable route its infinitely better to come along the ridge from Ben Goram to the west!
  • Mweelrea - is the highest mountain in Connaught (814m), and a short distance to the south of the cottage. It presents magnificent scenery from it's summit, but is a mountain which must always be treated with respect. In poor visibility good navigational skills are essential. There are two major ascents, one from Doolough in the east, the other one from the west starts at Dadreen a few kms south of the cottage.

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