Coosan Cottage Eco Guesthouse
- Bekijk op kaart
Coosan Cottage Point Road, Coosan Point Road, Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
Mr Tom O'Neill
Coosan Cottage is a Fáilte Ireland approved eco fguesthouse in Athlone, County Westmeath. The guesthouse is within a taxi ride of Athlone town and has spacious car parking facilities on site.
Coosan Cottage invite you to come and experience the difference of the eco friendly and energy efficient accommodation coupled with luxurious interiors and traditional designs. A Fáilte Ireland approved guesthouse, Coosan Cottage is only a taxi ride from Athlone in County Westmeath. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and yet only three minutes drive from the town centre, boasting wonderful restaurants, Ireland's oldest and probably the world's oldest bar and plenty of exciting nightlife.
Coosan Cottage is a unique eco guesthouse where white-washed walls and the use of half-doors are among the features that lend themselves to a cottage style effect occupying the main body of the house. The eco-features play their part in replacing more traditional and more inefficient systems. A wood pellet burner replaces a traditional oil-fired system, a heat recovery/ventilation system converts cold air into warm air. There are triple glazed wooden windows throughout the guesthouse. Other more tried and trusted approaches such as time controlled showers and swipe card access for guests to ensure that energy efficiency is the main priority.
Guest room facilities include comfortable spinal care beds, feather and non-allergic pillows and complimentary WiFi. Wheelchair accessible rooms are available. General facilities include taxi service available directly from Coosan Cottage, communal areas, cosy cottage lounge, full bar and a selection of soft drinks and snacks, drying room for anglers, golfers and water sport enthusiasts, bright and airy guest breakfast room, large leafy outdoor deck, spacious parking and separate foyer.
The breakfast menu at Coosan Cottage includes home made muesli and natural yogurt, real orange juice, range of cereals, home made brown bread, range of delicious omelettes and traditional Irish breakfast. Evening meals are also available on request.
Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Westmeath include Fore Abbey which is an ancient monastery and also the Belvedere House. The Strokestown House & Famine Museum is also worth a visit. Besides the great ruins and museums you will find gardens and parks throughout the area. These are perfect for walking and hiking.