Luxury Cottages and Self Catering Accommodation in Roscommon

County Roscommon boasts beautifully quiet rivers and lakes in the west of Ireland, perfect for a peaceful and relaxing luxury self-catering holiday. The county is abundant with unspoilt nature, spectacular mountains, lakes and countryside.  It is also home to Lough Key Forest Park which is one of Ireland’s best loved lakeside attractions with over 350 hectares of stunning scenery.

As well as this fantastic park, Roscommon also has some great historical attractions to discover on a luxury cottage break including Boyle Abbey, King House and the now ruined Roscommon Castle.

With two thirds of this county bounded by water with the River Shannon in the east and the River Suck in the west, Roscommon can offer some fantastic walking routes that take in some fantastic wildlife and exceptional natural beauty. You can also experience some excellent cycle routes and some incredibly scenic golf courses.

Families may find Glendeer Open Farm and Tickety Boo Play Centre useful places to take the kids to run off some energy. 
We hope our information on Roscommon has inspired you.  For more details about Roscommon we recommend getting in touch with the nearest Tourist Information Centre when you reach Ireland.

From luxury family self-catering cottages to 5 star romantic cottages, we hope you find the best holiday home to meet your needs.

Unfortunately there is no luxury self-catering accommodation available in this category. Why not take a look at the selection of luxurious holiday homes below which closely match the criteria you require and are found near to Roscommon?

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Ned Darcy's Stylish 4 Star Cottage (Oughterard, Galway, Ireland)
Price guide: 165 GBP - 313 GBP
Sleeps from 1 to 2
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Modern, high quality detached cottage, two miles from Oughterard in county Galway, Ireland. The cottage boasts a double bedroom with en-suite shower room found on a mezzanine balcony at the top of a bespoke wrought iron spiral staircase. There is also an open plan living area with stylish kitchen, dining table and sitting area with a woodburning stove. Outside you will find a garden and private parking. Ideal for walkers or anyone looking for peace and quiet.
Thalassa Luxury Coastal Cottage (Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, Wales)
Price guide: 431 GBP - 1540 GBP
Sleeps from 1 to 6
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Dog friendly:   1 dogs welcome by arrangement
This 5 star rated, harbour's edge cottage has stylish modern interiors and can be found in the small village of Cemaes Bay on the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. Boasting three bedrooms, all with en-suites and two with juliet balconies, a well equipped high quality kitchen, sitting room with stunning views and outside terrace. There is also private parking with the harbour and beach right on the doorstep.
Price guide: 250 GBP - 1030 GBP
Sleeps from 2 to 8
Short breaks:   Low season only
Dog friendly:  
Collection of 4 and 5 star rated stylish barn conversions in Pwllheli, with wonderful shared leisure facilities which include an indoor swimming pool, tennis court, gym and children’s playroom.
Belan Wen Luxury Holiday Home (Llanddona, Anglesey, Wales)
Price guide: 780 GBP - 2135 GBP
Sleeps from 1 to 10
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A beautifully presented, 5 star rated cottage set in a waterfront location on the outskirts of Llanddona village on the Isle of Anglesey. Boasting three double bedrooms, two of which have en-suites, and two twin rooms plus a family bathroom, lovely well-equipped fitted kitchen, dining area and a stylish sitting room with gas fire. Outside you will find private parking, one acre of gardens with outdoor furniture, a BBQ, a hot tub and spectacular views.
St. Nons Bay Cottages (St. David's, Pembrokeshire, Wales)
Price guide: 150 GBP - 2295 GBP
Sleeps from 2 to 16
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4 delightful 5 star luxury cottages which sleep up to 16 people in 8 bedrooms, located in the cathedral village of St. David's and the Pembrokeshire National Park.
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