Kinvara 7 miles.
This lovely, detached, cottage is situated along a quiet laneway overlooking Galway Bay, just a few miles outside the popular village of Kinvara, County Galway.
This traditional Irish cottage has been renovated and provides bright, contemporary accommodation with excellent quality throughout.
Lovingly furnished and decorated, this delightful cottage is the perfect spot for a peaceful romantic retreat.
This cosy cottage boasts a spacious sitting room at the heart of the cottage, complete with a multi-fuel stove for added warmth and comfort during your stay.
Leading off the sitting room are two well-presented bedrooms where you are guaranteed a wonderful night’s sleep.
The large kitchen and dining area provide a space where you can wine and dine with your loved ones after a day exploring the Wild Atlantic Way.
Outside the cottage there is a private front lawned garden with panoramic views of Galway Bay, and on a clear day you can see across to Spiddal and Barna in Connemara.
Just a stone’s throw from the front door is the iconic Aughnish Martello Tower which was built in the 18th century to guard the entrance to Galway Harbour from French invasion.
The vibrant and popular seaport village of Kinvara, lies on the main Galway to Clare route providing superb access to both counties and plenty of attractions including the majestic Cliffs of Moher, Doolin Cave, Galway city, Tracht beach, The Burren and much more.
Kinvara is home to a charming selection of shops and pubs and, of course, Dunguaire Castle which dates back to the 16th century.
Kinvara is a wonderful place to explore Ireland’s stunning west coast, an ideal holiday destination!
About the location
KINVARA, COUNTY GALWAY
Galway City 18 miles; Burren National Park 19 miles.
A picturesque seaside village in south County Galway, Kinvara is located on the edge of the world renowned "Burren" on Galway Bay. The entrance into Kinvara is marked by Dunguaire Castle, where medieval banquets are still hosted, and the quaint harbour still holds working examples of 'Galway Hookers', the majestic sailing craft which used to sell their wares between Connemara & Kinvara. Home to numerous pubs, shops and eateries, with a renowned farmer’s market every Friday and hosting two festivals celebrating culture and heritage each year, there is no shortage of things to do here. The small city of Galway, affectionately known as the “city of festivals”, with its pretty alleyways and colourful nightlife is within easy reach, and 7 miles away is the Burren National Park and Nature Reserve where animals and plant life are abundant, and there are numerous walking opportunities. A wonderful location, at any time of the year.