Moycullen 2 miles.
This detached, single-storey cottage is situated at the end of a 100-metre private driveway, set back from the main road, on the owner's working livestock farm, 2 miles from Moycullen and just 10 miles from Galway, County Galway.
Rockfield House is ideal for friends and families, offering guests a large kitchen with tiled floor, three comfortable bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities, and a warming open fire, making an ideal cottage for everyone.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, guests can relax in the sitting room, in front of the cosy open fire, watching the owner's cattle peacefully grazing in the lush green fields, or get out and about and see some of the wonderful things on offer.
This cottage is ideally located for great walking, beaches and angling, while the Connemara Marble and Celtic Crystal factories, beautiful Brigit's Garden and three fantastic golf courses are all close by.
A great cottage all year round.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire and countryside views.
About the location
MOYCULLEN, COUNTY GALWAY
Galway 10 miles; Clifden 40 miles.
The picturesque area of Moycullen is fast becoming a dormer area for the expanding city of Galway, providing quiet and unspoilt hamlets and villages to give the visitor an authentic taste of Ireland. Moycullen provides an ideal base for touring the stunning counties of Galway, Mayo and Clare, all offering spectacular coastal drives and unspoilt rolling countryside. The location is a mecca for lovers of the outdoors, and little ones will enjoy a visit to the Loughwell Pet Farm and Playground. Within a short distance are the renowned Salthill and Spiddal beaches and the area is an ideal coarse angling centre with Ballyquirke and Ross Lakes just a cast away, while Lough Corrib, renowned for its trout fishing, is also close by. The Connemara Marble Factory and Celtic Crystal Factory are in Moycullen too. A day trip not to be missed whilst in the area is to the Aran Islands, a truly inspiring part of Ireland, home of the world-famous jumper, and the start of Connemara, home to the famous Connemara Pony.