Contact Liam: email@example.com.Our ECO friendly holiday home has 3 bedrooms and sleeps 4 in comfort, 2 doubles and one single. The main bed is 4 ft, 6 ins, second 4 ft, and third 3 ft. Bed linen is the finest Egyptian cotton. The sitting/dining area is very spacious with traditional vaulted ceiling and log burning stove. The dining table seats 4. Roof windows make for a very bright airy relaxing space. The kitchen/galley is completely fitted out with all modern facilities, whilst the entrance porch is large & accommodating. Finally, the bathroom is complete with WC, power shower/bath.
The interior has a French touch without losing any of it's local character. All windows have interior three sectioned wooden shuttersl.
Interior exposed timber flooring, fully insulated, traditionally nailed, with scatter rugs complete the picture.
The home is maintained in spotless condition.The heating system is a newly installed oil fired boiler to radiators, zoned, with total control over heating & hot water.
New To Market ECO ' Cuach Cottage ': Truly outstanding traditional family owned Connemara stone Cottage as a first time rental. Dwelling is a delight to vacation in. Lovengly restored and looked after by Liam and Marian.
Away from it all, yet within easy access / walking distance to the finest eating establishments. Superior shopping available in Clifden, the capital of Connemara, ie. 4 K Walk, cycle, drive!!
The cottage has interesting internal items & build details, ie, 3 ft thick walls.
Set on 4 acres, approached by way of a 100 mtr. driveway sets the scene, all natural terraine of course.
See details on Clifden: http://www.clifdenchamber.ie/
Close to Connemara National Park: http://www.connemaranationalpark.ie/activities.html
Kylemore Abbey: http://www.kylemoreabbey.com/
Text now to secure your booking 087-2788-352. Some weeks still available,
The new links between Knock and Girona (Barcelona), Hahn (Frankfurt), Bergamo (Milan) and Beauvais (Paris) will bring to 14 the number of Ryanair routes flying to and from Ireland West Airport.
Ryanair adding to their extensive services into Ireland from March 2012.
It will now be possible to fly from the above departure points directly in to Knock Airport. Knock is approx 60 mins drive to Cuach Cottage.
Interesting 'Cuach Cottage': Constructed from local stone using local skills and dry bedding technique. Some internal walls are 3 ft. wide whilst others are 2 ft.
It has a conventional pitched slated roof which is now highly insulated.
To the rear, their remains the shell of a stone constructed sheep's pen. Livestock would have been housed close to the dwelling in bygone days.
The fireplace is 'inglenook' type, however, this has been converted to suit a woodburning stove. In days gone by all family meals were cooked over this fireplace.
Local harvested turf was the only source of fuel . The turf fire would sit directly on the floor in traditional manner using all the skills necessary to maintain it lighting 24 hours per day. Most homesteads had their own plot of bogland. Plots till exist to this day.
We have installed a hand crafted entrance door, 1/2 by 1/2 last year made by a local craftsman, thanks Pat.
Interior fixtures, some from Count De Vesci's estate are present in 'Cuach Cottage'