Situated along a quiet country lane, within a stone's throw of Lough Corrib at Oughterard Co.
Galway, is this picturesque cottage.
Nestling in the garden of its bigger sister property(The Four Winds ref. 955544), this delightful cottage is spacious with modern interiors, everything you need for a relaxing break.
Boasting a large ensuite bedroom with double and single beds, a fully kitchen and open plan dining/living area, Corrib Cove is the perfect bolthole to drop the luggage, kick off the shoes and recharge the batteries.
Take a short stroll down the lane outside and arrive at Lough Corrib, a haven for anglers and boating enthusiasts alike.The cottage lies just off the main route from Galway city to Clifden in the west and offers the ideal touring base for this wonderful scenic area.
The village of Oughterard is nearby and boasts a wonderful 18 hole golf course.
Discover the wonders of Connemara on your doorstep.The terrain is one of open countryside, limestone outcrops, stone walls, sea views and mountains.Visit nearby Aughanure Castle and Brigit's garden at Roscahill.
Travel to Clifden and enjoy an evening meal or a quiet pint in the local pubs.
Spend a day in Galway City and savour its wonderful traditions and history in vibrant surroundings.Corrib Cove awaits your arrval, let your Connemara adventure begin here.
About the location
OUGHTERARD, COUNTY GALWAY
Galway 17 miles.
The traditional village of Oughterard is found in the west of Ireland on the shores of Lough Corrib, at the start of the Connemara Mountain range and close to the famous Western Way. Home to the Oughterard 18-hole championship golf course, Derroura Mountain Bike Trail and Aughnanure Castle, there are lots of things to see and do, and located next to Lough Corrib, Oughterard is great for lovers of fishing. Just a short drive away in Roscahil is the pretty Brigit's Garden; with four main gardens and places to play, sit and relax, this is a great day out for all the family. Only 17 miles from Oughterard lies Galway City, where you can discover some of Ireland's long and varied history; visit Lynch's Castle, or trace the origin of the famous Claddagh Ring, which originated in a village near the shore of Galway Bay. A lovely lough-side village, all year round.