Located in the centre of the small village of Ahascragh, this traditional, detached property, which dates back to 1746, is set over two storeys and provides a superb location for exploring the surrounding countryside in County Galway, on the western coast of Ireland.
This Galway cottage offers four bedrooms which allow for flexible, family sleeping arrangements.
There is a lovely open fire in the main sitting room, and a warming multi-fuel stove in the kitchen, making this not just a great Galway cottage for summer holidays, but a fantastic winter property for friends and family too.
This cottage in Galway is well equipped throughout, with original character retained wherever possible.
The village offers numerous amenities, with five pubs, a takeaway and two supermarkets within a minute's walk of this Galway cottage.
For the keen angler, fishing is all around the area, particularly on the Bunowen River, famed for its trout.
Walking is abundant from this Galway cottage and in the beautiful surrounding countryside.
There is also horse riding within 3 miles, and an 18-hole golf course just 5 miles away.
If you wish to explore further afield then you could be in Roscommon or Galway City within an hour's drive, making this a fantastic Galway cottage destination from which to enjoy the Emerald Isle.
Four bedrooms: 2 x double (one with basin), 1 x single with en-suite basin and WC, 1 x single with basin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with multi-fuel stove and dining area. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
AHASCRAGH, COUNTY GALWAY
Ballinasloe 7 miles; Galway 35 miles.
Ahascragh is a small village in East Galway located 7 miles north-west of Ballinasloe. It has a thriving local community and is home to a number of traditional Irish pubs. It is surrounded by rolling countryside and is a great place to visit for those who enjoy walking and cycling. Anglers can avail themselves of excellent fishing in local rivers and can try their hand at catching pike and trout, both of which are common to this area. Ahascragh is central to a number of West Ireland's most popular attractions, most of which can be reached in under a couple of hours’ drive, including Clonmacnoise - the most visited heritage centre in Ireland, plus there are vast lakes to admire, craggy mountains to climb, rugged coastlines to explore and the vibrant city of Galway is just under an hour away. The perfect location to indulge in the 'real' Irish experience.