Charming self catering cottage, situated west of Galway city and within walking distance of the quaint village Spiddal. With Connemara, the Burren and the Aran Islands on your doorstep why not have Cloch Na Scith as your base for your Irish adventure. Mentioned in Frommers Ireland/Lonely Planet/Michelin Guide/ The Rough Guide/ Travel 101/ Le Guide du Routard. Regretfully the cottage is not suitable for children.
“Travelled with a group of 4 girls and we LOVED Nancy's cottage. She was so welcoming and willing to help, and the space is exactly as pictured. It was winter, so it was a bit cold of course, but the scenery was still breathtaking. The full kitchen was helpful as well. The only problem we had was transportation - it is a bit more difficult to navigate the bus system than expected and taxis were very expensive, if willing to drive this far out at all.”
Comfortable, spacious accomadation located in the Connemara area A 25min drive to the west of Galway city Located a 5 min walk from local coastal village of Spiddal, amenities including two beaches, restaurants, and local craft Village. A 15min drive to Ros a Mhíl harbour, daily ferry transport to Aran Islands. Located along the Wild Atlantic Way route. Please note this property is located on a country side road and Google Maps must be used to locate the house.
“The B and B ist very nice, everything is extremely clean, new and made with a lot of effort and love. The bathroom is big and the living room has a nice couch and smaller cooking possibilities. The bedroom is not too small and is quite cute. The house is quite far away from the next bus stop and about 1 hour away from Galway but Spiddal itself is nice to see too. Linda is very nice and welcoming. We really enjoyed our stay there.”
200 year old traditional thatched cottage with all modern conveniences , peaceful tranquil area 5 miles from Spiddal village, 16 miles from Galway city and is located along the Wild Atlantic Way. Perfect for couples or small families.
“We had very nice days in Connemara! Lena was so nice to pick us up at the petrol station on site to show us the way to the house via dirt roads. I'm not sure if we would have found it otherwise ... especially since the cellular network kept saying goodbye on the way to the house, when it arrived it was completely gone. The house is a very cozy, traditional thatched roof house, which stands in the middle of nowhere in an enchanting landscape. Lena had bought everything for an Irish breakfast for us and a fire was already burning in the fireplace. The accommodation was exactly as described, everything we needed was there. We spent the days with fantastic trips to the beautiful coast and to the Aran Islands with their spectacular cliffs. We had a very good time and would love to come back again.”