Cuan Caol is a three bedroomed self catering bungalow with wonderful sea views over Galway Bay in the Gaeltacht area of Spiddal, just 1km outside the town. It boasts beautiful gardens and breathtaking scenery.
The property consists of a ground floor lounge, second lounge, dining room, kitchen, bathroom with shower over bath. One of the three double bedrooms is ensuite and another has a balcony overlooking Galway Bay. There is also a balcony area overlooking the living area.
This is a great base from which to visit Connemara and the Aran Islands.
January, February, March - 450 Euros
April, May, June - 550 Euros
July, August - 750 Euros
September, October, December - 450 Euros
From time to time a discount can be offered for booking longer stays than a week - check with owner.
Please note - Meter is read periodically. Please avoid unnecessary energy waste.
Spiddal (Irish: An Spidéal, meaning "the hospital") is a Gaeltacht village on the shore of Galway Bay in County Galway, Ireland. It's 19 km (12 miles) west of Galway city, on the R336 road.
Spiddal is on the eastern side of the county's Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking district) and of the Connemara region. It is a tourist centre with a scenic beach, harbour, and shore fishing.
Local shops and services include a newsagent's shop, grocery shop, post office, and petrol station in the centre of the village. There is also a pharmacy, a bank, a department store, and a butcher shop.
There is a fast food outlet and a Chinese restaurant. On most weekend nights, and sometimes during the week in summer, there is live traditional Irish music in the pubs, most of which double as restaurants. There is a craft centre and gallery to the east of the village.