The Musician's Room was our son's room when he was growing up here. He and his father are both musicians and the room was the scene of many a guitar jam. In fact if you look in a corner you may still see the old Marshall amp waiting patiently for the return of the musicmaker. These days we have hosted both musicians and writers who want to work at their craft and anyone wanting to spend time in quiet, beautiful surroundings or tour the local areas.
Our house is a 160 year old rectory set among trees with natural gardens around it. This is a large room and has a double and single bed. It's arranged to make the most of the space. There s a writing desk and sofa The window looks out on the trees and stream which surround the Old Rectory. There are country lanes for walking or cycling all around, but we're only 5k from bustling Westport (and the Greenway).
We have 2/3 other rooms in the house and a cabin. Check out Old Rectory Retreat.
Guests are welcome to relax in our sitting room (and play music If you wish). Breakfast is provided in the sittingroom. For long stay guests, If you'd like to use the kitchen to prepare your own meals just talk to me. When my family are not around you 're very welcome to do so.
This is my home . I'm always there to welcome guests and give them breakfast. Im generally around the place and happy to help guests in any way I can. The house is big enough for you to be totally on your own or sociable if you please.
As we have 2 other rooms and a self catering cabin, the house can welcome families or small groups.
Treat our home with respect as you would your own. We don't smoke indoors.
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I’m Róísín – your hostess and general organiser. From the first time our family set eyes on The Old Rectory at Knappagh we knew we wanted to share it with others…so this is a dream come true. I’ve written with and been involved in writers’ workshops on and off over the years and worked in amateur and community drama in one of many past lives. Having hosted and cooked for so many family and friends’ gatherings which included evenings of music and poetry and found our house offered a creative space in many ways, it seemed a logical step to extend our hospitality to the wider community.
These days I have a new partner in my son Maitiú. Maitiú is 25 and studying Performing ~Arts with Blue Teapot in Galway. When he's at home he helps keep the Togón clean and tidy and welcomes guests. This year he also plans to do a bit of gardening. The hens are his good friends because he looks after them so well.