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Connemara House, Co Galway G191

Location: Connemara
Availability: All year
Accommodates: 10 people
Ref No: G191



Charming Connemara villa with stunning views and a delightful mixture of traditional antique furniture and contemporary comforts. s. The house is finished to a very high standard with many special features including high ceilings, sash windows, marble fireplaces and under-floor heating. Approximately one acre of mature landscaped gardens surround the house.  Inside tiles alternate with timber floors and  there is a generous number of occasional rugs. Although the house is relatively modern, the furniture is traditional, with period pieces of mahogany,  paintings, and attractive lighting. Doors from the dining area spill onto a south facing al fresco patio with paving slabs that ruin the length of the house. The gardens have been beautifully landscaped  and are well maintained. Within walking distance there are two hotel restaurants and a pub. 

Ground Floor:

Delightful drawing room with firsplaces and large windows; The former kitchen has been transformed into a cosy dining room still with the original AGA. The large table seats 11. A huge dresser with blue and white porcelain dominates. Aspiring chefs will love the commercial type kitchen with its stainless steel units and everything one might need when preparing a gourmet meal. Equipment includes a five ring gas and electric oven.
There is a double bedroom with wheel chair access and interconncting bath room on this floor. 

First Floor:

Five large attractive bedrooms each with its own bathroom.  Each room has its own unique look and colour scheme.
Beds and linens are of the highest quality and owner's attention to detail is evident throughout.
The house has everything you would expect from a home – WiFi, books, crib for a baby, trouser press, hairdryer and a
barbeque for those increasingly warm summer evenings.

Amenities in the area:  
Shooting is available, also horse riding, fishing, golf, walking and many other activities. Clifden and Roundstone are within 20 minutes drive and Galway city is less than an hour's drive. There is a beach about six miles away. A short walk through the garden takes you to a cosy country pub and there is a highly recommended restaurant within a 10 minute walk.  Fly fishing for seatrout and salmon on the famous Ballynahinch river, permits, tackle, and tuition are available. Ballynahinch Castle, with its interesting history, is worth a visit.  Formally the home of the Martin family one of whose members was Richard Martin a noted dualist and the  member of parliament who introduced the 'cruelty to animals act' in 1822; as a result he became known as Humanity Dick. The castle later passed into the hands of an indian prince His Highness Ranjitsinhji, who was a great cricket player and is in the  Guinness book of Records.
If your interest runs to traditional music you may have the opportunity to partake of lessons on how to play the traditional bodhran.

Clifden Town is 20 minutes by car and and Galway City is an hour to the east. Driving time from Dublin is approximately four hours.   The nearest airport is Knock and Shannon Airport is three hours bu car.




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Price Guideline

Prices may change depending on level of service required, number of guests and time of year when you are traveling. For your convenience the following rates are guide-lines only.

Price from: €3850.00 per week