A waterside lifestyle which is more luxurious than most boats
The main goal of the project is to design a house that impacts surroundings in a most minimal way. All rooms are designed in a way to provide maximum visual connection with surrounding landscape.
You are connected with nature in a way you never thought possible.The view is our main decoration. Light ﬁlled rooms, 21st century living. An outside stairs takes you to a garden rooftop for BBQ and partying.
This home is not a cramped vessel with tiny windows and no room to turn, but an example ofa new breed of home.
A sleek and cool modern bright coloured ﬂoating house, with full head height and large ﬂoor to ceiling sliding glass doors, picture windows in the bedrooms revealing full vistas of mountains, water and wildlife.
- Uncompromised living and dining areas with stunning views
- Full Kitchen layout ﬁtted with all mod-cons, including, fridge, oven & hob & microwave.
- Two luxurious en—suite bedrooms, with double beds in each room.
- Beautiful overhead lighting to create peaceful space
- Wide boardwalk with handrail along both sides for access and mooring a day—boat
- Entire roof is open-plan, rooftop garden with furniture for relaxation in day/evening sun.
- Barbeque on front deck
- Large ﬂoor to ceiling windows and doors to maximise daylight
Situated in a magniﬁcent picturesque rural setting, in a mixture of fertile farmland, hills, lakes and in view of the three mountains; Curlews to the West. Arigna and Sliabh Aniarrain to the North. Our sheltered IOO berth Marina sits neatly on the Boyle River which connects Lough Key to the Mighty Shannon River near Carrick on Shannon and down-stream of Clarendon Lock
The lovely holiday village of Knockvicar is located at the mouth of Lough Key and is a perfect location to moor up for an evening or a weekend.
Tara marina provides easy access to the village and has hosts the beautiful Tara Marina Restaurant & Bar. This popular stop-over is easily spotted from the river and is usually buzzing with cruisers mooring up to enjoy and lovely meal and entertainment during the summer months.
North Roscommon is Rich in Heritage, Abundant in wildlife which provides recreation for local as well as visitors, and all are welcome.
Restaurant & Bar on village campus offering a variety of quality food and snacks. Boyle Town not only prides of its well preserved 11th century Abbey, it also boasts of its Famous Actor Son Chris O’Dowd and his award winning TV series MooneBoy.
Carrick on Shannon has rightfully established itself as the most popular Inland Holiday Resort in Ireland. Developing cruising holidays, daytrips, kiacking, skulling, fishing, walks, an abundance of eateries, hotels nightclubs and Shops Galore
Lough Key has for many centuries drawn people to its spectacular views, abundant wildlife, historic buildings and islands. This beautiful landscape is steeped in a rich history with offers a variety of activities including coarse fishing, visitor centre, and lakeside café. If you’re an adrenalin junkie or just looking to try something different,
Zipit offers a unique outdoor experience for everyone to enjoy! Zipit is a treetop high ropes forest adventure park with a difference located in Lough Key. A place for young and old.
Arigna Mining Experience is 15 minutes away. Go down the old mine shafts a re-live the miners job with a retired miner as your guide.
Strokestown House Famine Museum just 30 minutes away, the untouched house and its interior since the 1920s
|Nightly Rates||Price||Min Nights|
|Low Season – Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May||€100||4|
|Mid Season – Jun, Sep||€110||4|
|High Season – Jul, Aug||€130||7|
|Low Season – Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May||€50||€10|
|Mid Season – Jun, Sep||€60||€10|
|High Season – Jul, Aug||€70||€10|
Security Deposit €300