10 Holiday Cottages in County Roscommon, sleeping any number of people

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At Water Edge is a lovely cottage on the marina's edge in Tarmonbarry, County Roscommon. With three bedrooms, a lower ground floor double with en-suite, a 2nd floor double and a 2nd floor twin, it sleeps six comfortably. There is also a bathroom, a cloakroom, kitchen with dining area and a first floor sitting room ...

Sleeps up to 6
Weekly from £431

This charming, ground floor, detached stone cottage, situated on the banks of Grange Lough, three miles from Strokestown, can sleep eight ...

Sleeps up to 8
Weekly from £303

This lovely apartment is in the village of Knockvicar near Boyle in Western Ireland and can sleep five people in two ...

Sleeps up to 5
Weekly from £291

This revamped farmhouse cottage is in the village of Leitrim within the Leitrim county sleeps 6 people in three bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 6
Weekly from £276

This detached cottage situated close to Curraghboy and seven miles from Athlone, sleeps seven people in three bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 7
Weekly from £247

This thatched bungalow is in a peaceful location just under nine miles from Castlerea and sleeps five people in two bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 5
Weekly from £223

Sleeping six people in three bedrooms, this quirky detached thatched cottage is set in an isolated location near Ballyglass, County Roscommon.

Sleeps up to 6
Weekly from £213

This detached bungalow is just outside Ballaghaderreen and sleeps six people in three bedrooms.

Sleeps up to 6
Weekly from £204

Sleeping five people in two bedrooms, this detached bungalow is set by the banks of the River Shannon, 5 miles from ...

Sleeps up to 5
Weekly from £169

This lovely, ground floor detached cottage, set just one mile from Ballaghaderreen in County Roscommon, can sleep four people in two ...

Sleeps up to 4
Weekly from £163
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