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No 10 Coastguard Station Renvyle


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Bedrooms
3 Bedrooms
Bedroom Layout
2x Double, 1x Twin
Bathrooms
2 Baths
Sleeps
6

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Description

Our Rating: 3.0 out of 5.0 stars

No 10 The Coastguard Station is a two storey end terrace house offering magnificent coastal scenery along the Wild Atlantic Way.

This former Coastguard Station is built on a steep incline overlooking Mweelrea Mountains, Inishturk & Clare Island.

This historic protected property is located within walking distance from Renvyle village offering a pub, restaurant and shops. There is plenty of sightseeing, activities in the area such as enjoying white sandy beaches, hillwalking, fishing, island hopping, sailing, visiiting Renvyles 14 century Castle which is nearby.

Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park. Delphi Adventure Centre & Connemara Golf Links Course are all within a short distance from this holiday home.

Layout

No 10 Coastguard Station is an end of terrace property which offers comfortably furnished and well equipped.

A large open plan reception, dining and kitchen area.

The reception area is an ideal place to relax in the evening, comfy couch and armchairs, coffee table, smart TV,

The kitchen area has all the mod cons with electric oven and gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, kettle toaster etc.

Bedrooms upstairs:

Master bedroom with 2 windows, double bed, ensuite shower room, free standing wardrobe.

Further double bedroom, window overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Twin bedroom with 2 single beds.

Separate bathroom with bath, shower above, sink & wc.

There is ample parking outside this property

Tully Village derives its name from An Tulach, the hill to the south of Tully Lough, and has a full range of services, filling station, shops and pubs. Just 5 kilometres away is Letterfrack with further pubs, hotels and restaurants. Letterfrack is the home of the Connemara National Park. The Park covers some 2.000 hectares of scenic countryside, rich in wildlife on the slopes of the Twelve Bens.

Attractions include exhibitions, nature trails, audio- visual show. In addition there is a summer programme of walks, talks and special events for younger visitors

Local Info

Tully Cross & Tully Villages

Tully Village derives its name from An Tulach, the hill to the south of Tully Lough. Both villages have a full range of services: filling station, shops, pubs and eateries and are approximately a mile (1.6 KM) apart from each other. Just 3 miles (Approx 5 KM) away is Letterfrack with further pubs, hotels and restaurants.

The Diamond Equestrian Centre is situated in Tully Village. This Riding Centre has something to offer both the novice and the accomplished rider. They provide highly qualified, experienced staff, well schooled horses and ponies, and provide a wide range of treks. The centre offers 1 hour, 2 hour and ½ day rides through rugged, yet breathtaking Connemara landscape with beach, mountain and turf terrain. Picnic lunch rides are also available.

Renvyle Peninsula

Renvyle peninsula is located at the far western edge of Ireland and is a place in which to enjoy the fresh sea air, peace, beauty and closeness of nature. Amidst this alluring landscape, you will find Derryinver Quay and Ballinakill Harbour, one of the loveliest harbours in the world, from where you can enjoy a scenic coastal cruise. The peninsula has been described by Augustus John as “the most beautiful landscape in the world” and it has inspired some renowned works of art by Yeats, Gogarty and Oscar Wilde. A splendid location for the fisherman, hiker, hill – walker, painter and climber! Renvyle is right at the western end of Connemara on the Renvyle Peninsula. This is an area of outstanding scenic beauty, the coastline offering gorgeous views and some exceptionally pretty beaches.

Renvyle Peninsula is steeped in history and archaeological sites. The O’Flaherty Castle which was once home to the Pirate Queen Grace O’Malley.

Renvyle have the cleanest of beaches, beautiful walks along quiet country roads. From Renvyle Point stretching across the west coast is White Strand beach. Here you will find an aquamarine ocean and white sand – great fun day out.

There are so many activities in the area close by including golfing, mountain hiking, beautiful beaches, pony trekking, Oceans Alive Adventure Centre, cycling, traditional music (Teach Ceol), Connemara National Park &, Kylemore Abbey are a must visit.

Letterfrack:

Letterfrack is a quaint small village set in the heart of Connemara in direct vicinity to some of Connemara’s main attractions. It is easily accessible from the capital of Clifden which is just a short ten minute drive away. Letterfrack is located at the foot of the Connemara National Park which creates a sense of atmosphere. There are 3 pubs, a grocery shop, hair-dresser and takeaway in Letterfrack Village. Veldons Seafarer, Cloverfox and The Lodge serve delicious food throughout the day and in the evening time. Don’t forget to make a trip to Avoca! Situated just outside Letterfrack village!

For less experienced walkers and families, the Diamond Hill Trail in the Connemara National Park is well sign-posted and highly accessible and those who make it to the top are rewarded with expansive panoramic vistas across Connemara. There are four trails in Connemara National Park. A must when you visit Connemara. There is also a lovely on-site coffee shop and great playground for the kids.

Kylemore:

Irelands most visited tourist attraction – Set in the dramatic Connemara landscape, Kylemore Abbey is the no. 1 “must-see” attraction in the west of Ireland. The castle was originally built by Mitchell Henry in 1867 as a romantic gift for his beloved wife. In 1920 the Benedictine Community came to Kylemore and Kylemore castle became Kylemore Abbey. The 1000 Kylemore estate is steeped in history with tales of tragedy and romance, engineering initiatives, model farms, royal visits, spirituality and education.
Visit the estate and experience the Victorian atmosphere of the restored rooms of the Abbey, miniature Gothic Church and Head Gardener’s House. There are many nature trails, woodland and lakeshore walks and a children’s play trail waiting to be discovered. Explore the magical 6 acre Victorian walled garden where onyx Victorian verities of flowers and vegetables are grown.

Leenane:

Looking for adventure? Leenane is the place for you! Here you can participate in the following activities:

– Take a cruise along Killary Harbour, Irelands only Fjord!

– Learn how to dive at Scuba Dive West

– Spend the day at The Killary Adventure Centre! Activities on offer include rock climbing, abseiling, hill walking, bungee jumps, orienteering, archery, kayaking, sailing, wind-surfing and water-skiing

Leenane is also home to some very lovely pubs and eateries. Here you can also visit the Killary Sheep Farm!

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS IN AND AROUND THE CONNEMARA AREA, PLEASE BROWSE THE “THINGS TO DO” SECTION ON OUR WEBSITE

Testimonials

No 10 Coastguard Station, Renvyle is new to the market-reviews to follow.

Extras

Linen & towels are inclusive in the rental rate.

Please note that a €300 security deposit is required before arrival via PayPal.  As long as there are no breakages or damage to the property this will be refunded 3 days after departure.

Check-in time is strictly from 5pm onwards (If you require a later check-in time please let us know)

Check-out time is strictly 10am on day of departure.

FREE WIFI

Strictly No Pets


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Features

All inclusive

Ample Parking

Close to beaches

dvd player

Fabulous Views

Fabulous walks

Family Friendly

Free WiFi

Lots of natural light

Netflix

Patio area ideal for eating Al Fresco

Picnic bench (seats 6)

Saorview TV

Travel Cot & High Chair

Family Friendly

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