Welcome To The Lough Mask Villa!

A truly exceptional waterfront property with fabulous lake and mountain views on all sides, tranquil and serene!

Located close to Cahir Pier, where the World Championship Fly Fishing Competition is held annually, this is a dream come true for a fisherman or woman, or for a vacationing family on holiday, who might wish to tour hundreds of significant sites in the West of Ireland and Connemara from this base!

The Accommodation comprises:

Huge dining room seating a dozen or more, massive living room, kitchen with all modern appliances, fantastic sun room/conservatory overlooking the lake, its 20 white swans in our cove, and more wild fowl, with two stone patios outdoors, on either side of the sunroom;

Also, a long hallway, laundry and utility room with washer and very large dryer, four bedrooms, three of which have American king-sized beds, and one which has two single beds, two and one-half bathrooms;

Externally there is a fine garage, boat pier, and the private-road property is accessed via a wrought-iron gated entrance with stone walls, featuring the Coat of Arms of the family who built this paradise lodge just 16 years ago!

The house is fitted to the highest European standards, with state-of-the-art bathroom and shower facilities, and an excellent, modern kitchen.

The Phillips began an extraordinary landscape architecture plan upon purchasing this home, in an effort to better enjoy the gorgeous wildlife, waterfowl, mountains and lake vistas from their terra cotta-tiled sunroom/conservatory.

At present, these four acres have two limestone patios outdoors with barbecue equipment, a winding, natural path to the pier, several stone groupings which form a mini-Stonehenge, and a peninsula/island jutting out from the land, for your seating and viewing amidst the lake itself.

Although protected species of flora and fauna have remained, non-native species have been cleared for panoramic views of the lake and all mountain ranges.

In addition, three acres are colorful wildflower meadows, and one acre is green grass.