Galway City Area House Rental Photos and Description
Sleeps 8, large living room, separate dining, secure rear garden & patio area
With the peace of the countryside but in the midst of town, this excellently located house is the perfect base for your holiday. Located only 2km a 20 minute walk from Salthill Promenade,with its spectacular views of Galway Bay & the Burren, and only 2km 20 minute walk to the citys 'Dominic street/ West area with its many traditional Irish music pubs & eatery's. The property is also a two minute walk to a main bus artery with regular scheduled services running every 15 minutes to the City centre & surrounding areas in only 3 to 4 minutes. The house is newly decorated (Spring 2014), is spacious, stylish, comfortable & very well equipped. There are plenty of food stores within easy reach and an abundance of child friendly restaurants & pubs so whether you wish to stay in and cook at home or go out for the evening, the choice is yours. The property boasts a secure large south west facing rear garden & secure private off street parking. The patio area is perfect for an evening drink/bbq.
Some of the historic and regional attractions.: *Aran islands* It is a place steeped in immense cultural heritage and history. Gaelic language is the first language of its residents. It is considered the foothold of Irish culture *Connemara* has long been regarded as the real emerald of Ireland. Connemara is a savage beauty', Oscar Wilde* A visit to Ireland and Connemara is not complete without experiencing the beauty and tranquility that is Kylemore Abbey & Garden. *The Burren* A unique limestone plateau,It contains dozens of megalithic tombs and Celtic crosses and a ruined Cistercian Abbey from the 12th century, Corcomroe. This area is especially beautiful in spring with its abundant rare wild flowers. * The Cliffs of Moher * are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometres over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. O'Brien's Tower stands proudly on a headland of the majestic Cliffs. From the Cliffs one can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, as well as The Twelve Pins, the Maum Turk Mountains .
Golf Information: : The following are some of the popular golf clubs in the region. * Galway Golf Club, Salthill, Galway. This popular course with its well designed rolling fairways are bounded by mature woodlands and the spectacular seascape of Galway Bay. * Galway Bay Golf & Country Club & Hotel, Renville, Oranmore, Co. Galway. This well known coarse was designed by World Cup player Christy O'Connor Jr. * Connemara Golf Club Ballyconneely, Clifden, Co.Galway. This is a sand based links with its back nine described as the equal of anywhere in the world. Athenry Golf Club, Athenry Co. Galway. This course is generally uncrowded making it a very pleasant course to golf on.
Some leisure activities, events and amenities.: Some leisure activities, events and amenities.
* Horse riding, Hill walking, Windsurfing, Sailing, Swimming, Scuba diving, Angling, Golf, Cycling, Tennis. * Galway Annual Festivals include the Galway races Horse Racing Festival, the world famous Galway Arts Festival,the Galway & clarenbridge Oyster Festival,the Galway Film Festival, Writers Festival. * Amenities include Beaches, National atlantaquarium, Salthill promenade, Indoor Swimming pools and Leisure Centres, Multiplex Cinema, Bowling, Coole Park Visitors Centre, Connemara National Park
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed