• Mount Vernon on The Flaggy Shore

Details

People
11
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
5
Pet Friendly

Description

Stunning Georgian property on the Flaggy shore. Built in 1788 for Colonel William Persse on his return from the American War of Independence, Mount Vernon was named to celebrate his friendship with George Washington. The three remaining Monterey Cypress trees in the walled garden are thought to have been a gift from the President.

The house was previously owned by Lady Gregory and has hosted and inspired poets and luminaries such as Yeats and Shaw. The house is alive with the past while fitted with all the necessities of today.

There is high speed wifi throughout the house, a 32” television with Netflix, and a smart home system including Alexa to soundtrack your stay.

Important Information

Check in day is Saturday and we have 7 night stays.

Facilities

Suitable for:

Family getaways
Self-catering holidays

General:

The beautiful sitting room has incredible sea views through giant sash windows. The one of a kind open fire place provides a unique atmosphere for your cosy night in. Light the fire, sit back and read a book, play cards or steep yourself in the wonderful history of the property

Kitchen:

The incredibly spacious country kitchen features soaring vaulted ceilings and includes all the modern conveniences, a microwave, fridge, freezer, hob, oven, Aga and a wide range of utensils.

Bedrooms:

Bedroom 1 - View of the sea and walled garden with a super king bed and ensuite bathroom overlooking the walled garden.
Bedroom 2 - View of the sea with a super king bed and ensuite bathroom.
Bedroom 3 - View of the walled garden with a double bed, single bed and en-suite bathroom.
Bedroom 4 - View of the walled garden with a double bed and en-suite bathroom.
Bedroom 5 - View of the sea with a small double bed and private bathroom

Important Information:

Smoking – No, Sorry
Parties – The owners regret stag, hen, wedding or 21st parties are not admissible
Dog Friendly – Yes

Location

Located on the Flaggy Shore looking out to Galway bay

Nearby attractions include Burren Birds of Prey Centre (5.8 km), Burren Exposure (5.8 km), and Hazel Mountain Chocolates (4.5 km).
Nearby restaurants include:
Linnane's Lobster Bar, a 10 minute walk
Monk’s Seafood restaurant & Bar, The Pier, Ballyvaughan
Wild Honey Inn (One Michelin Star pub) Kincora Road, Rathbaun, Lisdoonvarna
Russell’s Fish Shop, (Gourmet fish and chips) Teergonean, Doolin