BARNA GALWAY HOT-TUB COTTAGES Tel 00353-87-9045135 Near Sea and Golf with Table Tennis, Badminton, BBQ. Free fibre broadband. Located near the seaside village of Barna on the outskirts of Galway city, this delightful cottage offers a cosy relaxing base after a busy day at the beach or exploring the surrounds. Welcome to play badminton & table-tennis on our lawns, then... sink into that hot-tub!
We have a library area with books, DVDs, playing cards and board games. Also a Welcome Folder with lots of local info, ‘Things to do’, ‘Places to Visit’ and maps. Golf set available.
Let us know if you require equipment for baby, elderly and disabled (no charge). If you are 'working from home' you are welcome to borrow our printer!
Sleeps 6: Two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom. Bathroom with spacious shower area - instant shower and also a second mains shower. Oil-fired central heating. Cosy solid fuel stove. Well-equipped kitchen. Large-screen smart TV/DVD. Dish-washer, washing machine, tumble-dryer, American-style fridge/freezer, microwave, iron and ironing board, etc. Furnished to high standard. Private off-road parking. Peaceful setting: you will enjoy the BBQ area and dining outdoors where the only spectators are the cows in the field next door!
Note: we have a SMALLER COTTAGE nearby which sleeps an extra couple. Enquire for rates.
The cottage is nestled in a picturesque country setting on the edge of the unspoilt beauty of the boglands of Connemara. Stroll the popular walking route through bog lanes past Lough Inch to Barna Golf Course. A designated 'Gaeltacht' area. Beaches, shops, award-winning restaurants, horse-riding are all within easy reach. Salthill 10 mins drive - offers watersports, funfair, nightclubs. Galway City 15 mins.
BARNA offers award-winning restaurants (Donnelly's, The Twelve Hotel, O'Grady's at the pier), cafés, hair & beauty salons, health food shop, gift shop, boutiques, bakery and a great supermarket. Visit Silver Strand Beach, Barna Woods, Rusheen Bay Bird Sanctuary, Tennis Courts, Spiddal Craft Village, the Aran Islands, Salthill Promenade and many other superb amenities. Or pop into the lively city of Galway to hear traditional music, watch street entertainment or attend many of the festivals that are held throughout the year, including the famous Galway Races (end July), Galway Arts festival, Oyster festivals, Cúirt Literary festival, Medieval Festival, and many more. There are Farmer's Markets in nearby Spiddal, Moycullen and Galway.
CO. GALWAY: The Cottage is on the doorstep of the acclaimed 'Connemara' region. This area of west Galway extends out to the islands and is known for its stone-walled fields, thatched cottages, boglands, unspoiled beaches & native Irish speakers. Take the coast route through Spiddal, Inveran, and on to Ros-a-Mhil to catch the ferry to the Aran Islands, or travel the 'lakes' route through Oughterard (famous for salmon fishing & castle), Maam Cross, past the Twelve Pins Mtns to the busy market town of Clifden and on to the Connemara National Park & Renvyle or even to Inishbofin Island. There are many golf courses nearby (only a short walk to the Barna Golf Course). Explore The Burren, Cliffs of Moher, Aillwee Caves, Coole Park, Thoor Ballylee... Visitors to the area can enjoy fishing, wonderful scenic and historic walks and sea sports.
CO. GALWAY: The Cottage is on the doorstep of the acclaimed 'Conemara' region. This area of west Galway extends out to the islands, and is known for its stone-walled fields, thatched cottages, boglands, unspoiled beaches and native Irish speakers. Take the sea-shore route through Spiddal, Inveran, and on out to Ros-a-Mhil to catch the ferry to the Aran Islands, or travel the 'lakes' route through Oughterard (famous for salmon fishing & castle), Maam Cross and past the Twelve Pins Mountains to the busy market town of Clifden and on to the Conemara National Park & Renvyle or even to Inishbofin Island.There are many golf courses nearby (only a short walk from the cottage to the Barna Golf Course). For day-trips you could consider: the Burren National Park, The Cliffs of Moher, Aillwee Caves, Coole Park, Thoor Ballylee (home of W.B. Yeats, one of our great poets). Visitors to the area can enjoy fishing, wonderful scenic and historic walks and sea sports.
RENTAL PERIOD: 16:00 hrs on arrival day (generally Saturday) until 10:00 hrs on departure day.
LINEN: All bed linen is provided and beds are made up.
TOWELS: are provided – 2 per person (plus 1 large hot-tub towel each per adult), hand towels for bathrooms, bath rugs and kitchen tea-towels. Guests are asked to bring their own beach towels.
BBQ facilities and utensils provided. Let us know if you require disposable charcoal trays (instant light) so we may arrange it for you at cost of €8 per twin pack.
HEALTH and SAFETY: NOTE there are enhanced cleaning measures currently being implemented at this property. It will be thoroughly disinfected prior to guest check-in. Contactless check-in is offered. NOTE: the house has been recently fitted with superior quality EI smoke alarms, heat alarms and carbon monoxide alarms. There is a fire extinguisher, fire blanket and first-aid kit. The Welcome Folder contains important phone numbers: local doctors, hospital, fire brigade etc.
* * * * * RATES per week (includes all utilities, fibre wifi and exclusive use of hot-tub; Cleaning cost €50, Minimum stay 2 nights)
June €225 per night
July, August: €325 - €350 pn,
Sept onwards: €295 pn