Nonaim Lodge is an exceptionally beautiful 6 bedroom family home of circa 2,744 sq.ft. set in the idyllic surroundings of Lough Corrib and mature woodlands on a 3 acre site with its own private mooring. Bounded for much of its length by the charming Shannawagh stream, the gentle sounds of which can be heard throughout the grounds whilst the areaâ€™s native timber woodlands of Oak, Ash, Birch and Holly provides another boundary and there are stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountain ranges from the Lodge.
On entering the property you are greeted by a spacious, light filled hallway with a crisp modern dÃ©cor which is to be found throughout the property.
To the right of the hallway is the heart of this beautiful home â€“ a stunning bright kitchen/living room with high shine cream built-in units, Range master stove and patio doors leading to the sunny gardens. The kitchen connects to the formal dining room with tiled flooring, dual aspects windows and patio doors leading onto a sunny paved patio with stunning views of Lough Corrib.
To the front of the property is a very comfortable lounge again with dual aspects windows giving exceptional light overlooking the stream with lovely views of the lake, mountains and nearby woodland. The room also boasts plush cream carpeting and feature solid fuel stove with natural stone backdrop.
There are four superb bedrooms located on the ground floor. All four are very spacious with plush carpeting and stylish en-suites. Three of the bedrooms are located to the front of property with exceptional lake views.
As this property currently runs as a superior guest house, bedroom 4 is accessed from the exterior. Again another superior sized room with plush carpeting, wet-room and exceptional views.
The remaining 2 bedrooms are located on the first floor, both good sized double bedrooms with stylish en-suite shower rooms with the main bedroom also boasting a walk-in wardrobe.
Nonaim Lodge is located a mere 150 metres from Lough Corrib and has its own private jetty. It is located on the Western Way walking trail which leads ...