Tranquil Connemara village surroundings in modern comfort
Sleeps 6, with 3 bedrooms: 1 double en-suite (+ a cot where required) + 1 room with double bed and 1 room with 2 single beds, with adjacent private bathroom.
Large light and elegant living room with tv , dvd's & traditional stove.
Well equipped family kitchen with dishwasher, micro, gas cooker etc;
3rd bathroom and utility room (with washing machine, drying machine)
NB: The house has wheelchair access and both sleeping and bathroom facilities on the ground floor.
The perfect location for fishing in Lough Corrib and Lough Mask, walking, cycling, exploring the countryside, hill walking, & sailing on the loughs, A great base to visit Cong and the Quiet Man, Cong Abbey, Ashford House and grounds, Maam Valley, Kylemore, the coast of Connemara as well as the mountains, rivers, lakes and valleys.
The cult 70’s film 'Un taxi mauve' ( a Purple Taxi ) with Charlotte Rampling, Fred Astaire, Peter Ustinov, Philippe Noiret, Agostina Belli & produced by Yves Boisset was filmed in the vicinity of Cornamona and surrounding villages and hills. The film is about a group of emotionally troubled expatriates living in a self-imposed exile in a small village (Eyeries) in Ireland during a time in which the nation announced it would no longer demand income taxes of artists, bringing a steady stream of creative bohemians to the Emerald Isle. It has long been known for it's stunning Irish scenery - most of which is almost on your doorstep when you stay in Tí Áine.