2 Radharc na Sleibhte
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Radharc na Sleibhte (Irish for "Mountain View") is located in the pretty village of Clonbur on the Galway/Mayo border, two minutes from Lough Corrib to the south and Lough Mask to the north. This is our own holiday home, newly built in 2007. It is a modern, comfortable, three bedroom cottage with two large balconies to the rear overloooking magnificent Mount Gable. No better place to enjoy your morning coffee and paper, or simply read your book and relax.
On the doorstep there are shops, pubs and restaurants in this relaxed yet busy little village. Woods, rural walking paths, country lanes, and scenic views are all within walking distance.
Alternatively, the cottage is ideally located for exploring the Connemara countryside, the lakes and mountains of Joyce's Country, and the towns of Mayo and Galway.
With two double rooms and one set of bunk beds, the apartment is ideal for a group of four adults and two children.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||House swap|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Galway Airport 50 km, Nearest railway: Galway City 48 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
|Further details indoors|
• A bright and modern cottage, with a fully fitted and equipped kitchen overlooking the village.
• The open plan living space is upstairs for maximum enjoyment of the wonderful views, and the three bedrooms are downstairs.
• The living room has a wood burning stove and large windows opening on to the balcony. There is a large dining table.
• Two of the bedrooms are doubles, one with an en suite bathroom; the third bedroom has bunk beds for two children. Two of the bedrooms open directly on to the lower terrace.
• We provide a travel cot, a high chair, a bed rail, and a children's rocking horse.
• Some board games/ puzzles are provided.
Feel free to contact us if you need other facilities.
|Further details outdoors|
• Front door opens straight into the village square.
• Two balconies to the rear, one on the upper level with access from the living room; the other larger balcony is on the lower level with access from two of the bedrooms.
• Patio furniture with sun umbrella provided.
• Secure parking to the rear of the property.
WiFi available in local pubs (free)
The Western Ireland region
Connemara is a wild and rugged expanse of mountain and bogland between Killary Harbour and Kilkieran Bay. From the Twelve Bens mountain range to the lakes of Roundstone Bog and the beaches of the Atlantic coast, the terrain is natural and unspoilt, offering the visitor a wealth of sights, experiences, adventure and activities.
You can enjoy this part of Ireland at any time of year, walking, cycling, painting, fishing or golfing. Clonbur is ideally located to tour Galway and Mayo. Enjoy the spectacular scenery on your way to locations such as:
• Clifden - a colourful and vibrant town with a range of restaurants and attractive beaches.
• Westport - a beautiful historic town near Croagh Patrick mountain. The town offers leisure activities for all the family and interesting shop and cafes.
• Leenane - this village lies at the head of dramatic Killary Fjord - Ireland's only fjord - and was the scene of the film "The Field". The waterfall as Ashleagh is nearby.
• Galway City - Galway city with its bustling university, cultural and commercial centre and festivals (horse racing, arts) is only 30 miles away.
When you return to Clonbur you can forget about the car keys and relax in one of the welcoming pubs.....no need to worry about how to get home!
Clonbur (Irish - An Fhairche) is in part of the Gaeltacht or Irish-speaking region of North Connemara.
There are two good restaurants/pubs in the village, and a very good local shop / pub - so you can eat out and have a drink, and not worry about having to get a taxi home. Mount Gable gifts/ coffee shop is next door, and the hairdresser is across the road.
Lough Corrib and Lough Mask have earned worldwide recognition from anglers and fishermen and Clonbur is centrally located for both lakes. Explore the lakeshores, take a cruise, visit the numerous islands on Lough Corrib - "there is one for every day of the year". If you're feeling adventurous, Petersburgh Activity Centre on Lough Mask offers sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and caving.
You can see Mount Gable from our cottage. It dominates the area around Clonbur and has some of the most splendid views in the region. The starting point for the climb (about 50 mins to the top) is 2km from the village of Clonbur. The views from the top of Mount Gable of Lough Corrib, Lough Mask and little Lough Coolin are breathtaking.
Hillwalkers of all ability will enjoy the trails of the Partry Mountains and Connemara. Or if you just want a stroll, the charming country lanes around Clonbur are at your doorstep. Cyclists can skirt the lakes or tackle the quiet routes through the hills. (Bicycle Hire available in the village)
The village of Cong is 3 miles away. Cong has a great butcher, art gallery, cafe and craft shop, and a choice of welcoming pubs for lunch. Cong is also an excellent centre for fishing, horseriding and bicycle hire. Ashford Castle, a magnificent former residence of the Guinness family, is now a luxury hotel. Its extensive grounds on the shores of Lough Corrib offer a huge variety of walks and paths open to the public and house an equestrian centre, shooting range and falconry. The ruins of an Augustinian abbey stand close to Ashford castle.
The lakeshore beaches of Loughs Corrib and Mask provide opportunities for swimming and boating, as do the islands dotted around the lake. Seaside beaches are within 45 minutes drive south at Carna (Galway Bay) or west near Leenane (Glashilaun). Killary Harbour, which is Ireland's only "fjord", extends ten miles inland and with the mountains rising steeply on either side provides some truly beautiful scenery - you can take a cruise on a glass bottom boat.
For the golfer, there is a range of courses on your doorstep.
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19 Aug 2014
"I nice place to be in an area with lots of (light) hiking possibilities."
We enjoyed our stay immensely. The beds are comfortable, the bathrooms are clean. There is a well equibbed kitchen, a great selection of dvd's,.... whatever one needs. Clonbur is a nice little to… More
10 Jul 2013
"Very comfortable house with town and country views"
The house is in a little town and opens directly onto the Main Street so a walk to the shop or the local pub is very easy. The back of the house has terraces that overlook fields and sheep and cattle … More
10 Sep 2012
"A great base for exploring Connemara with everything you could need on hand."
This was a great spot to stay as two couples. The apartment was immaculate and had everything we needed - for cooking and eating, washing etc. The front overlooks the village centre yet from the sitti… More
22 Aug 2012
"The experience was faultless"
We arrived in that special sunlight of the west of Ireland.As the week progressed the sun never left us & the temperature rose to 25C. Very hard to leave such an idyllic place with so much to see & do… More
24 Jul 2012
"Beautiful holiday home from home."
Just returned from a very comfortable say in 2 Reaharc na Sleibhte.I would definitely recommend this property to anyone planning a visit to the area.It is beautifully kept with all the modern convenie… More
3 Jul 2012
"Great spot to experience small town Ireland and explore Galway/Mayo"
Totally enjoyed our stay in Clonbur, Ireland. We were able to easily travel to Westport, Kylemore Abbey, Galway, Cong, Ashford Castle and Castlebar while enjoying the scenic views, around Lough Corri… More
7 Jun 2012
"Fantastic location, Beautiful View and a Great Holiday Choice!"
This was the best travel experience...all the comforts of home, walking distance to three Pubs, amazing scenery and owners that made our stay very enjoyable. From our first email exchange, I knew thi… More