Nestled in the picturesque village of Fuerty/Castlecoote our newly renovated 1950s home & BBQ hut is the perfect rural retreat, plus the bonus of fishing in the River Suck & lakes, with a warm stove fire at the end of day. Meet Bella, our pony, or feed our pet sheep.
Enjoy the great outdoors & cosy up to a BBQ no matter what the weather. Our BBQ hut is the perfect way to entertain friends/family or just to escape a wintry evening.
Please note Bella is a short walk away from Sept-April.
This 1950s home is revamped with a mix of modern/mid 20th Century and
a nod to the past. The interior is spacious, homely and brightly lit with great views of unspoiled farmland.
The house is renovated with a modern kitchen, newly fitted out with all you need to cook up a storm. Its a fun space to cook in, just remember to crank up the radiogram.
For a relaxing night in wind down by a warm fire in the living room, which features an original old Irish crane and hanging cast iron teapot. We have supplied some board games to bring out your competitive side.
The house has a choice of three unique bedrooms (two Double and one
King size bed) and two spacious bathrooms.
Fuerty/Castlecoote is steeped in history and Irish folklore. Just 3.5 miles you can visit the prehistoric La Tène stone dating back to The Iron Age. Along the way, you will pass the resting place of Diarmuid and Gráinne (a famous Irish legend) and Fuerty cemetery with graves dating back to the 1700s.
During your stay why not get involved in the Suck Valley Walk, take in a round of golf, catch your dinner in the River Suck (and throw it back in) or try your luck at the Roscommon Races.
Acesso de hóspedes
The house is all yours with a private garden and bbq hut at the back. The only intruder will be a very friendly pony looking into the kitchen window for some treats and the local rabbits looting the garden.
Interação com hóspedes
I am not always present during your stay but my dad and brother live beside
The Green Cow. If you have any problems you can give them a call.
Outras coisas a ter em conta
Bring wellies and sun factor, Ireland is known for four seasons in one day!
Please leave house as you found it. It is your home during your stay.
No smoking in the house but your welcome to smoke in the garden.
Hey there. I love mid 20c furniture....which you might see hints of in the house. I work in the animation industry in a cool studio in Dublin but I still have one foot firmly in country soil and frequent Roscommon as much as I can to check in on my pony, my pet sheep and the house. I hope you enjoy the rural experience of Fuerty as much as I do.