229. Doonreagan, Cashel, Co. Galway
Sleeps: 4 + Cot • Bedrooms: 2 • Price Band: I
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On the 'Wild Atlantic Way' East Wing of recent barn conversion on a small historic country estate (also including 239 and 230), secluded but not isolated, with uninterrupted mountain views, in an area of outstanding natural beauty right in the heart of Connemara on Ireland's west coast. With spectacular views at the foot of Cashel Hill, right on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, Doonreagan offers a unique hideaway whilst still being within easy reach of popular resorts such as Roundstone and Clifden and their numerous shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. There is a pub and two 4 star hotels within a mile. While hill-walking and swimming can be enjoyed on the door-step, sandy beaches and facilities for fishing, sailing, golf and horse-riding are in the area. There is a sheltered patio with garden furniture and a landscaped garden.
A stunning interior with contemporary design featuring an open-plan kitchen and dining/sitting room with multi-fuel stove. On the ground floor there is a large double bedroom with twin beds and a bathroom en suite with a bath and hand held shower and upstairs a galleried bedroom with a 5ft double bed and a shower-room en suite. The kitchen has an electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave. There is digital TV. Radio. Cot and high chair on request. Hairdryer. All rooms have electric heaters. Deep freeze, washing-machine and dryer in shared utility room.
Pets extra (€25 per week). Solid fuel starter pack included. Electricity included from May-September and as an extra between October and April. Free Wi-Fi (Broadband). There is also a shared Reading Room nearby inviting visitors to partake of a private library comprising over four thousand books. . Filled bookcases, comfortable armchairs, a stove and tea and coffee are on offer, as well as facilities for playing pool, table tennis, card and board games as alternatives to reading.
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