Situated close to the coast in the charming town of Clifden, County Galway, is this wonderful family-friendly, semi-detached cottage.
With contemporary furnishings offering comfort and style, this spacious Clifden cottage is an excellent choice for families to get together and explore one of Ireland’s most popular counties.
This County Galway cottage has three bedrooms, each with their own en-suite for added luxury and convenience during your holiday.
The large open plan living area, with its immaculate tiled floor, is great for keeping everyone together and creating holiday memories, with French doors leading out to the patio.
To the rear of this Clifden cottage is a courtyard with off road parking for two cars and a patio garden area with furniture, perfect for sharing a late summer lunch with family, or a few drinks with friends.
Set in the charming town of Clifden, this cottage is perfectly placed should you wish to take a quick stroll along the stunning shoreline nearby, or enjoy the superb selection of quaint, independent pubs and shops.
Clifden also offers a great base for walkers exploring this striking region, with its breathtaking natural landscapes, and there's an abundance of sandy beaches a short drive away, including Dogs Bay near Roundstone and Aillebrack and Dunloughan near Bunowen.
Take in the sights with a trip along the Sky Road, heading west from Clifden and enjoying the spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean to Clifden Castle.
Why not discover this dramatic area of Ireland from a new perspective and book a deep sea angling trip, tour the sweeping scenery of the Connemara National Park, or spend some time at the world-class golf course within easy reach?
An excellent Clifden cottage in a fantastic location for a relaxing Galway getaway.
About the location
CLIFDEN, COUNTY GALWAY
Connemara National Park 8.5 miles; Galway 49 miles.
Clifden is a vibrant and popular town located in the western reaches of County Galway, close to the famed Connemara National Park. It is home to a fantastic range of pubs, shops and eateries and plays host to a variety of colourful festivals and events which are held throughout the year. It is the Capital of Connemara and is perfectly located as a base for exploring this stunning region, with its unparalleled beauty and breathtaking natural landscapes. Be sure to take a journey on the Sky Road heading west from Clifden and rising more than 150m; it offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, Clifden Castle and the town itself. Other activities to be enjoyed include guided walks and tours, world-class golf, horse riding, deep sea angling, visits to historic houses and day trips to the islands; enough to please even the most discerning of visitors!