Tourmakeady Lodge is a fine period residence dating from 1806 set in c.13 acres of mature gardens and woodlands within the 350 acre Millennium Park in Tourmakeady, Co. Mayo. This is in an area of outstanding scenic beauty close to the Western Shores of Lough Mask.
The property was first built by Archbishop Plunkett as his private residence, and later used as an exclusive fishing lodge, taking full advantage of the abundant fishing nearby and many excellent golf courses, mountain trails, and a wealth of country pursuits available in the locality. It is located approx 2 kms into the Millennium Park which is accessed directly within the centre of Tourmakeady village. Easy access is provided to Tourmakeady off the R330. Westport is located 24 kms to the North West, Castlebar to the North and Ballinrobe to the East.
The lodge is situated on 13 acres of mature gardens and woodland. These grounds provide a high level of privacy and amenity. The residence extends to some 353 sqm (3800 sqft) and provides spacious and comfortable accommodation with many original features including wooden floors, plasterwork, architraves, skirting and fireplaces. Services include mains water and private well, septic tank drainage, dual central heating (solid and oil), mains electricity, telephone. Externally there is a large stone outhouse with garage, fuel area, oil tank, workshop and artist’s studio.
BER Rating: Exempt