Situated in the heart of the countryside amongst glorious scenery is this cosy semi-detached cottage near the village of Creggs in County Galway.
Located next to the owners’ home and just a stone’s throw from the border of County Roscommon, this welcoming and peaceful cottage is ideal for couples or small families wishing to explore this region of Ireland.
Lovingly decorated and furnished throughout, guests can enjoy two bright and comfortable bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room for extra comfort and convenience during your stay.
Cook up a storm in the fitted kitchen and enjoy your dinner either in the dining area or alfresco on a sunny evening!
For those slightly cooler evenings, you can curl up and relax with a glass of wine or your favourite book in the cosy sitting room which is complemented by an electric stove.
The small and rural village of Creggs offers visitors a real slice of Ireland with farmlands and rolling green fields on your doorstep.
Just a quarter of an hour in the car will take you to the town of Roscommon which is full of atmosphere along with plenty of shops, pubs and eateries to choose from.
Attractions nearby include Athlone in the heart of Ireland, Strokestown House with its walled gardens and Irish Famine Museum, Lough Rea for fishing and boating.
Visit Galway with its cobbled streets, home to the annual Galway Oyster Festival where you can immerse yourself in pure Irish culture and charm with an abundance of cafes, craft shops and traditional pubs with Irish music.
A delightful cottage and a superb touring base.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with electric stove.
About the location
CREGGS, COUNTY GALWAY
Roscommon 9 miles.
Situated in the north west of County Galway and a stone’s throw from the border of County Roscommon is the small rural village of Creggs. Boasting a small population of residents, Creggs is surrounded by glorious green countryside offering customers a true slice of rural living. The village has a local shop, pub serving food and a fish and chip restaurant, and is a short drive to the bustling town of Roscommon. Why not venture to the shores of Lough Rea and try a spot of angling or rent a boat along the Shannon? Also within easy reach is Strokestown House and Gardens, also home to the Irish Famine Museum. The medieval, cobbled streets of Galway are just over an hour away and here you can sample delicious seafood cuisine, traditional Irish music and experience ‘the craic’. Creggs is an excellent base for discovering the West and North West of Ireland.