The property is close to rivers, lakes, forests and glens, and offers on site secure parking.
This holiday home comes with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a sun terrace. Fully equipped with a kitchen, it also features a flat-screen TV with a DVD player and patios with an outside dining area.
Just a 2 minutes’ walk from the Centre of Manorhamilton North Leitrim, guests can choose from a range of pubs and restaurants, serving a range of traditional Irish and International cuisine as well as local ales.
Sligo is 23 km away from W8 Holiday Village, while Bundoran is 25 km away.
With 14 brand new luxury, self-catering accommodation units, boasting all essential mod cons including wifi and safe underground parking Chill out and relax Designer lounge with WIFI, TV and comfortable furniture. Fine art paintings, prints and pictures from local artists. Your own private outdoor space with table and chairs. Digital central heating system throughout Cook up a feast Brand new kitchen with all mod cons including large fridge, freezer, dishwasher, stove, oven, microwave, washer dryer, and essential utensils. Large dinner table, cutlery, and tableware Complimentary tea and coffee Indulge in comfort Three bedrooms for all the family with luxurious bed linen as standard Bed 1: Main bedroom is spacious, south facing with large windows and comes with a super king size bed. Bed 2: Second bedroom is a spacious room with two single beds and large windows Bed 3: Third bedroom comes with a bunk bed and large windows. Perfect for the kids to hangout. Relaxing bath Bathroom, a shower room and three toilets Nothing is quite as luxurious and pampering as a hot relaxing bath. Make time for you Or enjoy a shower for a more invigorating experience.
W8 Village was initiated and designed by a local businessman with a passion for the local area and its unique rural setting and landscapes.
Manorhamilton has several pubs with music, craic and nightlife. The area is renowned for traditional Irish music and regular sessions take place in 'Biddy's, Heraghty's and The Castle. The Summer Agricultural Festival brings large crowds to Manorhamilton each year. The ruins of Manorhamilton Castle are renovated castle ruin's and a great tourist attraction. The Castle was erected in 1634 by Sir Frederick Hamilton who was granted land in North Leitrim by the English government. In history the land had been confiscated from the O'Rourkes, the ruling clan of Breifne This North Leitrim area features many pre-historic sites of interest. Very accessible is the nearby O'Donnell's Rock plateau where many well-preserved stone forts and passage tombs are located. Cairns and other tombs are also visible on Benbo Mountain and at the summits of virtually all the surrounding mountains.
A security deposit of €150-300 will be requested on arrival.
A daily energy charge of €7 per day applies and must be paid on departure to the Supervisor.
Wifi is available to guests free of charge.
Bed linen and towels are provided.