This delightful, traditional cottage sits in a secluded spot just 50 yards from the sea in a sheltered bay with its own small harbour and pier. It enjoys outstanding views of oyster bay and the twelve ben mountains in Connemara.
The property has two living rooms, one with outstanding sea views and a TV & DVD player, the other an open-plan living/dining area with an open peat/wood burning stove.
There is a well equipped galley kitchen with electric cooker together with a microwave, a fridge freezer, a washing machine, an iron and ironing board.
The bathroom has a power shower, bath, basin and toilet.
There is one twin bedroom on the ground floor and a twin bedroom with a single bed on the first floor. There is a single bed in the alcove by the wood burning stove (just off the living area) together with a double sofa bed in the sea view living room.
Facilities include: oil fired central heating, hot water immersion, electricity, towels & bed linen, a travel cot, parking on site and access to the surrounding land, harbour and pier.
The cottage sits in 50 acres of it's own land (rough grazing and peat bog) which you are also welcome to walk over. The land extends over from the cottage to the north shore of the headland.
The charming traditional village of Roundstone is 10 miles away with shops, bars, cafés and restaurants. Roundstone has a wonderful old fishing harbour which is overlooked by O'Dowd's bar where you can enjoy locally sourced seafood and the best pint of Guinness in the world!
The area is ideal for bird watching, walking, hill climbing, cycling, fishing and pony-trekking.
There is an 18 hole Championship Golf Course at Ballyconneely and public tennis courts in Roundstone.
There are plenty of fabulous sandy beaches in the area including Dogs Bay and Gurteen Bay near Roundstone, both of which are long, beautiful and often quite unpopulated.
There are several places of historic interest and local craft centres within a few miles.
Days trips to the Aran Islands and the isle of Inishboffin can be taken by ferry from Rossaveal and Cleggan.
Apologies, but strictly no dogs policy.
Strictly Saturday to Saturday bookings only.