A family-friendly, detached cottage located in the small hamlet of Timicat, near to Glenamaddy, a friendly town in the north east of County Galway.
This cottage offers spacious, peaceful accommodation and is a wonderful place to spend some time together as a family or for getting together with friends in rural Ireland.
With four well-presented bedrooms, there is plenty of variety throughout.
This Glenamaddy cottage has a large fitted kitchen with small dining area that comes well equipped for all your catering and entertaining needs, a large utility with additional WC, a welcoming sitting room with open fire and a separate dining room where you can relax together after a jam-packed day around the Galway region.
The dining room opens out on to a rear patio through sliding doors, so step outside to take in the fresh countryside air; the only sound you will hear will be the cows grazing nearby!
The large enclosed lawned area makes for an ideal place where the children can play all day long while you relax and enjoy your Ireland break.
The town of Glenamaddy is commonly known as the music capital of Galway and prides itself in its strong tradition of music and drama, with numerous lively pubs that host regular sessions.
The town lies beside Lough Lurgeen, a raised bog area of National Heritage and International importance which is bursting with interesting plant life.
Further afield you can visit the town of Roscommon, the shrine at Knock, the town of Athlone and Lough Ree, Connemara and The Burren.
The city of Galway is well worth a trip while staying at this Glenamaddy cottage, with its cobbled streets and array of culture and heritage.
A delightful family-friendly cottage, with something for everyone.
All ground floor. Four bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 2 x twin. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Separate basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 4). Utility. Dining room (seats 6). Sitting room with open fire (seats 5).
About the location
TIMICAT, COUNTY GALWAY
Kilkerrin 1.5 miles; Glenamaddy 4.5 miles; Rosscommon 13 miles; Galway 37 miles.
The small hamlet of Timicat sits close to the town of Glenamaddy, located in the north eastern corner of County Galway, to the west of Lough Lurgeen. The lough is an area of raised bog, of National Heritage and International importance, rich in plant life and home to many migrating birds. Commonly regarded as the music capital outside of the city of Galway, Glenamaddy has a selection of shops and lively, welcoming pubs that host traditional music. Glenamaddy also has a strong Drama tradition and hosts the Drama festival every March along with a Horse Show in June and the popular Summer Festival every year in July and August. There are plenty of activities such as walking the Suck Valley Way, angling, horse riding and a number of excellent golf courses within a half hour drive.