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Cummin's Cottages, Portumna

Cummin's Cottages, Portumna

Traditional style cottages on a small working farm close to good access to the River Shannon.

bedroom with pine clad walls and a double and single bed with pink patterned bed linen/
three high seat chairs arranged around a feature stone fireplace with open fire/
pine clad bedroom with two single beds with white bed linen/
two traditional Irish cottages painted white with hanging baskets and flower pots scattered around containing brightly coloured flowers/

Cummins Cottages are situated approximately 5 miles from the historical town of Portumna.

Delightful olde world characterful cottages in tranquil countryside. Compact and traditional with old style ambiance. Electric heating and feature fireplace. Your host is Lena Cummins and will provide advice on locations to eat, fish and sight-see. Ideal for up to 3 anglers or 4 persons if families.

The Old Post Office - This 300 year old cottage is restored in traditional style, that retains the character of a bygone age. It provides comfortable accommodation sleeping up to four people in two bedrooms (one double room and one twin room). There is a living/dining room with solid fuel stove; bathroom with shower and toilet and a separate fully fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, oven and fridge. Storage heating and towels are extra charge. Linen is provided free.

Shannon Breeze Cottage - This 200 year old traditional compact cottage has an open plan kitchen/living area with open fire place and Liscannor stone floor. It sleeps up to four guests in one double bedroom downstairs and twin attic bedroom upstairs (steep stairs). There is a bathroom with shower upstairs. The cottage also boasts an outdoor barbeque area.

There is a shared laundrette with washing machine and a tumble dryer is also available. Cummins Cottages are the local bait stockist and provide an excellent fishing base for the lower Shannon with walking and golf nearby.

Guests must pay a £50 damage deposit on arrival.

No pets.


LOW SEASON - Ferry & 7 nights self-catering

Car and 3 - £292 per person; Car and 2 - £385 per person

Supplements apply to high cars and vans

Prices may be subject to change - please contact us direct for the latest deals

Fishing in Co Galway 

Our main centre is around Portumna on the Shannon at the northern end of Lough Derg. Around Portumna is the place for big weights of quality bream, roach and hybrids. Shoals of roach and hybrids feed all year round and many move out of Lough Derg and into the river in spring and summer.

Fishing on Lough Derg - Expect to catch bream, skimmers, roach, hybrids, tench, perch and pike. Access on foot is restricted along the northern shoreline of this 26-mile long lake and that’s a pity because the standard of fishing can be excellent. To get a crack at catching big roach, hybrids and bream, the best idea is to hire a boat locally and get involved with some serious pre-baiting. Almost all of the big catches have been made on feeder gear. Pike fishing on Derg is outstanding with lots of big fish to be had.

Bank fishing space will be found at the various cruiser marinas around the lake. On the Tipperary side of the lakes the best fishing is at Garrykennedy, Dromineer and Terryglass. On the County Clare side there is good mixed fishing at Scarriff and Mountshannon.

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