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Harbour House B&B – Home 7034783 B&B

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  • 1 night min stay

B&B / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4

Key Info

  • Child friendly
  • No pets allowed

Description from owner

Description

Welcome to Harbour House an award winning spacious family run B&B situated in the picturesque fishing village of Cleggan where home baking and a warm family welcomes you.

Since its opening in 1990 Harbour House has seen many very satisfied customers leave its doorway having enjoyed a happy pleasant holiday experience whether for a night or two or longer in this modern tastily furnished B&B.

LOCAL ACTIVITIES

Connemara is a unique and very special part of Ireland, it is a healthy environment little troubled by man landing itself to a wide variety of outdoor activities from fishing to photography. The area around Harbour House in Cleggan and the offshore islands is beautiful.

Fishing:

FishingTranquil lakes and fast flowing rivers give Connemara some of the best game angling waters in the world. Atlantic salmon, sea trout and brown trout are the mainstay of the local area. World famous salmon fisheries like the Erriff and Delphi systems are just a few

Welcome to Harbour House an award winning spacious family run B&B situated in the picturesque fishing village of Cleggan where home baking and a warm family welcomes you.

Since its opening in 1990 Harbour House has seen many very satisfied customers leave its doorway having enjoyed a happy pleasant holiday experience whether for a night or two or longer in this modern tastily furnished B&B.

LOCAL ACTIVITIES

Connemara is a unique and very special part of Ireland, it is a healthy environment little troubled by man landing itself to a wide variety of outdoor activities from fishing to photography. The area around Harbour House in Cleggan and the offshore islands is beautiful.

Fishing:

FishingTranquil lakes and fast flowing rivers give Connemara some of the best game angling waters in the world. Atlantic salmon, sea trout and brown trout are the mainstay of the local area. World famous salmon fisheries like the Erriff and Delphi systems are just a few miles away and the local lakes around with brown trout. To view some of Connemara�s lakes �les lacs du Connemara Michel Sardou� on YouTube is well worth a watch.

Sea angling both on shore of the beaches and rocks or deep sea by local charter angling boat offers an abundance of fishing including Pollack, mackerel, ling, conger, Ray and blue shark. Check out our local charter Western Kingfisher sea angling.

Walking:

FishingWhere do you start? Here we have the perfect landscape for walking from the rugged beauty of the mountains trails with its expanses of blanket bog and wild heather to the tranquil idyllic island walks on Inishboffin or watching the sun set while walking on one of the many sandy beaches within walking distance of the village.

Equestrian:

FishingCleggan is home to Connemara�s most renowned beach trekking centre, Cleggan Beach Ridding Centre. Which offer riding lessons, treks etc.

Golfing:

FishingJust a few miles away at the most western tip of Connemara and set amid the sand dunes is the Connemara Golf Club. Against the spectacular backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean on one side, and the distant Twelve Bens on the other, one can play the challenge of this 18 hole championship links. Nearby are the golf clubs of Oughterard and Westport.

All the bedrooms are en-suite, comfortable and with light refreshments available. A full Irish, continental or breakfast of your choice is served in the cosy dining room. An eloquent quite sitting room/lounge is at your disposal.

Cleggan itself, in which Harbour House is located, boasts an Alexander Nemo built harbour from the late 19th century with modern upgrades around which the village is built. A thriving lobster and crab fishery is the mainstay of the fishing in the area. The harbour is the main access to the offshore island of Inishbofin (well worth a visit). The ferry leaves three times daily, during the summer months. The main angling charters also use the harbour as there base.

The village also has a number of bars where music is played most nights and a seafood restaurant serving such local specialities as brill, turbot, mussels, crab and lobster. Clifden the capital of Connemara 9km away has some excellent craft shops and boutiques. Connemara National Park 8 km away is a local must see site as is Kylemore Abbey (9km) with its walled garden and turnetted Benedictine abbey.

FACILITIES

All bedrooms en-suite

Tea and coffee making facilities with each bedroom

Cot and babysitter available

T.V in bedrooms

Free Wi-Fi broadband available to guests

Ample free parking

Pleasant garden for guest use

Wet gear storage

BREAKFAST:

At Harbour House B&B breakfast is served at your choosing, anytime up until 10:00 am in the dining room .We offer a choice of breakfast from full Irish to continental and if your dietary needs require anything in particular please do not hesitate to ask and we would be happy to help in any way.

Menu:

Dining Room at the Harbour House

A selection of cereals, fruit, yoghurt and juices

Full Irish consisting of bacon, sausage, black and white pudding, grilled tomatoes, pan fried mushrooms and free range eggs

Porridge with locally produced Connemara honey

Selection of cold meat and Irish cheese

Scrambled egg and Irish smoked salmon

Pancakes and maple syrup

Served with: Homemade brown bread, scones and tea/coffee

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Double Bed
    Beds in other rooms: Double Bed

Access

  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Smoking
No smoking at this property
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Harbour H
Calendar updated::
31 Jul 2016

Languages spoken: English


This B and B has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 22 Feb 2016. Located in County Galway, the average weekly rate is £427.

The property’s calendar was last updated on 31 Jul 2016.

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