Seacliff House is a brand new luxury home located directly opposite the golden sandy beach at Enniscrone and just a couple of minutes’ walk from a great selection of pubs and restaurants. It offers unrivalled views over the beach and everything you might need to enjoy your family break in this seaside town.
Seacliff is a large house with 5 bedrooms spread over 3 floors. The main living areas are all set on the first floor so as to take full advantage of the views towards the sea. Four of the bedrooms are located on the ground floor. There are two bedrooms with king size beds which are ensuite and set to the front of the house so offer beautiful sea views. The third is a double and although not ensuite, it is located adjacent to the main family bathroom with a bath and shower over it. The 4th bedroom has two sets of children’s bunk beds so would be perfect for up to 4 kids to share.
The utility room is set to the rear of the house and also serves as the most frequently used entrance to the house as there is plenty of private parking in the courtyard to the rear.
Upstairs is all open plan and contains the sitting room with comfy couches and armchairs with a wood burning stove to the front. This leads into the kitchen and dining areas. As Seacliff is a much-loved family home so the kitchen is very well designed and has everything you will need. There is a big dining table to accommodate up to 12 people so you won’t be short of space!
There is a small study, a guest toilet and a great TV room ideal for the kids to play in.
The master bedroom is set on the top level and commands incredible sea views. It has a king sized bed, a dressing area and a large ensuite with a full size bath and a separate shower.
There is a private patio area to the rear of the house with garden furniture and a BBQ.
Wifi is available free of charge to guests.
To access the beach you need only cross over the road and go down the few steps to land on the sand! For families looking for a great fun filled holiday, this would be the perfect place. Enniscrone is a renowned surf beach and lessons are available at any time of the year.
THINGS TO DO
On your door step are surfing and SUP schools, Enniscrone championship golf course (ranked 12th in Ireland) and award winning pubs and restaurants. Pudding Row Cafe (Cafe of the year in 2018) is a 10 min drive away in Easkey while Jack Fenn, Cafe of the Year for 2019 is at Belleek Castle in Ballina. This house is the perfect base for exploring all that Sligo and Mayo has to offer, from fantastic walks to the Great Western Greenway cycle route. Head to Lough Key Forest Park for a great family day out or go horse riding with Iceford Stables. There are spas at Mount Falcon and the Ice House are close by and the Kilcullen Seaweed baths is just a 3 minute walk away for a more traditional approach to relaxation.
For golfers Enniscrone is ideal for playing some of the best links courses Ireland has to offer at Carne, Co. Sligo and Strandhill. From the house you overlook Enniscrone’s championship Dunes course. There are also several very fine parkland courses within an hour's drive, including Westport and Castle Dargan.
Kids and adults alike will love learning to surf on Enniscrone's safe beach where two excellent surf schools operate. Those looking for more challenging seas can travel the short distance to Easkey with its legendary waves. If SUP boarding is your thing a SUP school operates from the pier, a couple of minutes walk from the house. Pier fishing or beach fishing are also available.
The house is very well equipped for self catering, but while you are on your holidays, take advantage of the excellent dining opportunities on your doorstep. The local pubs - The Pilot Bar and Gilroys do great pub food. The restaurants at Gilroys (Ait Eile) and the Waterfront offer excellent food with views to match. Hopkins Bar is a great place for a quiet pint. The ice creams at Gelatti and Milos are delicious and the local convenience stores are well stocked and a short walk to Enniscrone's main street.
Nearby you can visit the Ceide Fields, the oldest known field systems in the world, over five and a half millennia old. There is an excellent visitor centre and daily tours. The Museum of Country Life near Castlebar is also well worth the 45min journey. Strandhill makes another good day out with a walk to the top of Knocknarea where you can visit the grave of Queen Meave and reward yourself with a lunch in Shell's Cafe or Mammy Johnsons.