Tully 3 miles.
This delightful, semi-detached Irish cottage is located at the end of a quiet lane, with views over the Atlantic Ocean, at the end of the stunning Renvyle Peninsula, in County Galway.
The cottage adjoins the owners' B&B, but enjoys its own garden and privacy, with a first floor sitting room, perfect for making the most of the sea views.
This Tully cottage is just 3 miles from Tully, with its pubs and small harbour, and within 2 miles of the Renvyle Hotel with its open bar, restaurant and golf course.
Boasting two en-suite bedrooms, this Tully cottage is ideal for families or groups of friends looking to tour the area.
The sitting room in this Tully cottage is located on the first floor to maximise the impact of the sea views.
Downstairs, the dining room has additional heating from an open fire, so cosy nights in can be spent around the dinner table chatting and laughing together.
This Tully cottage is tucked away, far from noise and traffic, yet its great position means you can easily explore the delights on offer in the area, with Connemara National Park just a short drive away.
Local boat trips will take you out to Inishbofin Island, try scuba diving, or keep dry and go for a cruise in a glass bottomed boat.
The local beaches are excellent for body boarding or windsurfing, rock-pooling and exploring, or just sitting and relaxing.
This is a superb Irish cottage for friends and family to enjoy.
Four bedrooms: 1 x double with sea views and en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin with sea views and en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin with door to shower room, 1 x ground floor double. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC (accessed from hall and twin bedroom). Fitted kitchen. Dining room with open fire. Utility room. First floor sitting room with sea views.
About the location
TULLY, COUNTY GALWAY
Letterfrack 3.5 miles; Connemara National Park 3.5 miles; Clifden 12 miles.
The seaside village of Tully sits on the picturesque Renvyle Peninsula, County Galway. The village lies on the Atlantic Ocean, and fishermen still land the daily catch on the small pier by the beach. The village has two bars, a Post Office, a supermarket and a horseriding centre, as well as Teach Ceoil, a music house which holds traditional evenings of music each Tuesday evening during July and August. Across the bay are the mountains of Mweelrea and Croagh Patrick, and within easy reach are Connemara National Park, Kylemore Abbey, and Inishbofin Island, not to mention numerous walking and cycling routes, sea cruises, angling trips and much more. A wonderful base for a relaxing Irish holiday.