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Lough Lea House, Strokestown

Lough Lea House, Strokestown

A newly renovated and restored bungalow located in the heart of County Roscommon and in a tranquil setting overlooking Lough Lea.

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Lough Lea House is situated just a 5-minute drive from the historic town of Strokestown and is the perfect base for exploring the fishing hotspots in the area. Lough Lea is home to Rudd, Bream, Perch, Pike and Tench. It is equipped with fishing stands and platforms. In addition, there is trout fishing in the nearby Scramogue River.

The bungalow is ideally situated with views across Lough Lea. There is access to the lake via a path or dock. The bungalow can sleep 4/6 people. It consists of 3 bedrooms; 2 double rooms (one en-suite) and the other room with 2 single beds. The property has a bathroom with bath and a fully fitted kitchen with fridge, freezer, microwave, cooker. There is also a washing machine and dryer.

The living area has a wood burning stove with television and sound system. There is also a selection of books, board games and cards. There is no Wi-Fi.

Outside there is ample parking and tackle storage with bait fridge. The private back garden (not fully fenced) has outdoor furniture and BBQ grill.

PRICES FROM:

LOW SEASON - Ferry & 7 nights self-catering

2 cars and 6 - £299 per person; Car and 4 - £335 per person; Car and 3 - £420 per person

Supplements apply to high cars and vans

Refundable damage deposit €100 payable on arrival.

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

Fishing in Co Roscommon.

There's a wealth of terrific fishing around the town of Boyle. The Boyle River has big shoals of bream and roach during the spring and the Boyle Canal has easy access and its own resident roach, hybrids, bream, and tench.

The 'must fish' lake is Lough Gara where there are masses of bream, roach, and hybrids, plus an occasional tench.

Roosky is nicely poised on the banks of the River Shannon at the hub of some of Ireland's best coarse fishing - an area where you will catch quality rudd, mighty tench, bream, roach, hybrids, and pike. The river in Roosky itself has featured prominently in angling reports based on big bream hauls. Roosky is also home to the Lakeland Fisheries - a commercial complex that even has carp.

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