Tully 1.4 miles.
A great semi-detached property next to the owner's home on the Renvyle Peninsula in Connemara, County Galway.
Placed right at the coast you are treated to sea views and have easy access to the likes of the Connemara National Park making this an ideal property for adventurers looking to discover this beautiful part of the country.
All on the ground floor, with sea views from most rooms, there are three bedrooms for you to choose from.
You also have a well-equipped kitchen and dining area, great for keeping your group together while a tasty supper is rustled up and the day’s highlights are discussed.
After a bite to eat, you then have a comfortable sitting room complete with an open fire for you to retreat to and warm your toes after a day of being out and about.
With the sun shining step out the front door and into the garden with a cool drink and take in the fresh sea air while looking out over the water while the young ones burn off some energy running around in the garden.
Tully is just down the road and will tend to your basic needs and you won’t be stuck if you want to stop in for a pint with the locals.
Or why not pull on your walking boots or hop on your bicycle and take in the surrounding countryside which offers some spectacular scenery?
Travel further afield and pop to Derryinver Quay and Ballinakill Harbour, where you can take a trip on a glass bottomed boat, tour along the fantastic Wild Atlantic Way, explore the Connemara National Park, walk around Clifden and take day trips to the likes of Westport and Galway.
An excellent destination for you to begin your Irish getaway.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire.
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.