Leenane 2 miles.
This charming detached cottage is situated just a short distance from the scenic village of Leenane in County Galway.
This delightful cottage has been tastefully decorated and furnished, and is ideal for small families or couples looking to explore this stunning part of Ireland’s west coast.
As you step through the front door, you will find a spacious open plan living area complete with a stylish fitted kitchen, dining area and a sitting area complete with a multi-fuel stove for those cooler evenings.
Two well-presented bedrooms and family shower room complete the accommodation at this charming cottage, where you can enjoy a good night’s sleep before setting out on the next day’s adventures.
This delightful cottage enjoys glorious views to the front with a lawned garden and seating, a lovely place to relax with your morning coffee and soak up the scenery.
The village of Leenane is aptly referred to as the 'Gateway to Connemara' and lies on Ireland’s stunning Wild Atlantic Way at the head of Killary Harbour, which stretches a vast 10 miles inland and is cradled by steep mountains on either side, the perfect backdrop for that picture postcard!
There are plenty of attractions and activities within easy reach, including the vibrant Connemara town of Clifden and the charming harbour town of Westport, each with a superb selection of traditional pubs, gourmet eateries and boutiques.
Why not explore the sandy beaches of the Renvyle Peninsula or try out some watersports on Achill Island?
With such an abundance of coastal scenery and infectious Irish culture and charm, you might not want to go home after your holiday here in Leenane!
Note: There is a small step from kitchen to living room.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with multi-fuel stove.
About the location
LEENANE, COUNTY GALWAY
Clifden 21 miles.
The small picturesque village of Leenane is nestled at the head of Killary Harbour in County Galway. Killary harbour stretches ten miles inland and is cradled by steep mountains on either side providing some of Ireland's most stunning scenery. Often referred to as the ‘Gateway to Connemara’, Leenane is where the roads to Maam Cross, Clifen and Westport all meet, making it a fantastic touring base for Connemara and Mayo. Walking, mountain climbing and cycling are amongst the most popular activities in this region alongside fishing in the local Erriff and Delphi Rivers. Some well known beauty spots include Aesleagh Falls and Doolough Valley, and from Leenane, the Connemara National Park, the stunning Renvyle Peninsula and the popular towns of Clifden and Westport are all within easy reach.