Drom Caoin is surrounded by attractions such as Carne Golf Links, rich fishing waters and the rivers and lakes will test the skill of anglers. Céide Fields a 5,000 year old archaeological site, 33 miles of beaches, Ballycroy National Park with walks on cliffs and islands, all to enjoy and explore.
Guests are a convenient 5 minute walk from Belmullet Town centre. A coastal Gaeltacht (Irish speaking) town, Belmullet holds an annual International Arts Festival Féile Iorras, and is also the last stop along Tír Sáile the North Mayo Sculpture Trail, Ireland’s largest ever public arts project.
Belmullet is the gateway to the Mullet Peninsula and part of the Wild Atlantic Way. Belmullet is the main town in the Erris region, which was voted by the Irish Times newspaper as 'The Best Place to go Wild in Ireland'. It is a haven for bird watchers plus all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts, whether they are walkers, cyclists, kite surfers and offers all kinds of water based sports.
This property is approved under B&B Ireland’s Quality Framework.