10. Ballycastle, Atlantic Coast, County Antrim
A beautiful cottage, commanding the most fantastic uninterrupted sea views sweeping round to Rathlin Island. This attractive semi-detached cottage with adjoining two bedroom annex (#9762) is nestled below sheltered cliffs into its own tranquil bay in an area of outstanding natural beauty 1.4 miles from the beautiful town of Ballycastle. The perfect location from which to explore the Antrim coast. Note there is no aerial signal so DVD viewing only.
9. Ballyconneely, Connemara, County Galway
The perfect peaceful home surrounded by spectacular rugged views over the Atlantic Ocean all 50m from the rocky shoreline 4 miles from Ballyconnelly and 8 miles from Clifden, on the famous Connemara coastline. Beautifully and simply furnished throughout and within walking distance of many white sandy beaches. Bustling Clifden hosts excellent restaurants offering varied syles of cooking and many pubs with nightly entertainment. The cottage makes a great touring base for the West of Ireland, where you can explore all that Connemara has to offer and Galway city is just over an hour away.
8. Barley Cove, West Cork, County Cork
This wonderful beach side villa is in Barley Cove on the Mizzen Head peninsula 4.5 miles from the villages of Goleen and Crookhaven. The open plan living area is full of natural light and features a front and rear patio area to BBQ, relax and enjoy the wonderful sea views. On site there is a seasonal (April-Sept) bar and restaurant with decking area. Nearby there is surfing, horse trekking, bird watching, sea angling, boating, sailing, and cycling. Spectacular local scenery includes the 400 foot cliffs of Mizen Head and an award winning Maritime Museum and Heritage Attraction.
7. Aglish, Dungarvan Harbour, County Waterford
Pretty as a picture, you will be immediately smitten by this wonderful two bed roomed traditional thatched cottage located one mile from the centre of Aglish village. Recently re-thatched, the cosy interior is charming. A solid timber stable door sets the traditional tone as you enter the cottage. The living room/kitchen boasts a large ornate fireplace.The fitted kitchen is compact and functional, with a small window that looks out to the rear garden. A very pleasant part of Ireland within easy driving distance of Youghal, Cork and Waterford.
6. Glengarriff, Beara Peninsula, County Cork
A delightful dormer bungalow in a quiet rural setting, on a small working farm, 2 miles from Glengarriff. The property has a warm and welcoming interior with a large lounge/diner and a 2nd lounge. There are spectacular views of Bantry Bay, and surrounding countryside, with beautiful walks on your doorstep. The farm has cattle, free range hens and turkeys, a donkey and a miniature pony! Explore the Beara Peninsula or travel to Killarney and Cork city, only one hour away.
5. Ballycastle, Atlantic Coast, County Antrim
In an area of outstanding natural beauty, this stunning annex enjoys panoramic views of Rathlin Island. It is deceptively spacious and ideally suited for couples. A comfortable combined kitchen/living area has a cosy wood burning stove. There is no mobile or TV reception but a generous selection of DVD’s is provided. The perfect location from which to explore and enjoy the beautiful North Antrim Coast. From whiskey tasting, to beach walks, golf and scenic drives to visiting local sites including the Giant’s Causeway. Carrickmore Annex is an escape to the coast and a home from home.
4. Clifden, Connemara, County Galway
This secluded stone cottage is walking distance(1 mile) from Clifden town with Ballyconneely 18 hole golf course 5 miles. It boasts spectacular uninterrupted views of the lake. The patio enjoys stunning views down a sweeping expanse of lawn to Salt Lake- it’s just breathtaking. The house is comfortably furnished and extremely well equipped. You are ideally placed for enjoying the many restaurants, cafes, pubs, with traditional Irish music, variety of beaches and local attractions.
3. Headford, Lough Corrib, County Galway
This gorgeous lakeside cottage adopts an envious location overlooking Lough Corrib famous for its salmon and trout fishing making this an idyllic retreat for anglers yet only 6 miles from lively Headford. It is tastefully furnished inside with all mod cons and a cosy open fire not to mention a fabulous garden to enjoy a BBQ and take in the splendid view of the lake and surrounding countryside. This cottage makes a wonderful base for anyone wishing to tour the West of Ireland, hill walk, fish, climb or golf.
2. Ardara, Atlantic Coast, County Donegal
This delightful home is situated 3 miles from Ardara village just 14 miles from Killybegs. It is in a stunning location boasting spectacular panoramic views of the Slievetooy Mountains and Maghera Bay. Nicely furnished throughout it is a perfect family home. A short distance is the fantastic beach with its cave system and the awesome Assaranca Waterfall. A walkers paradise with the Slieve League – Europe’s highest sea cliffs!
1. Ballyconneely, Connemara, County Galway
A truly wonderful thatched cottage, that adopts an envious location, overlooking lake letter shask and mountains and just a half mile from the village of Ballyconneely with pub offering bar food and traditional music. Just a short walk from the waters edge and only a few miles from the internationally acclaimed Connemara golf course. This spectacular coastline has much to offer with the popular town of Clifden only 6 miles away which provides pubs, craft shops and restaurants.