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IrelandGalwayCarraroeTownhouse in Carraroe,Carraroe, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland

€850 / week
€290.00 27th Sep 18

Townhouse in Carraroe,Carraroe, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland

3 beds Refreshed on Jul 17, 2019
#17 of 17 Properties Viewed in Carraroe
Five Star
Five Star
Tel: 091 511 111
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(Reference number: 67247) This stylish town house in the centre of Carraroe epitomises contemporary boutique style accommodation. A luxurious holiday accommodation that features three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and spacious living area with communal area and parking. Additionally, wi-fi, pet friendly and large flat screen TV. Stunning townhouse situated in the heart of Carraroe with restaurants, pubs and shops on your doorstep. Pet friendly, outdoor communal bbq area, very stylishly designed throughout, ample parking and travel cot and high chair provided upon request. Carraroe is nestled in a wild and wonderful region of western Ireland, with varied, rugged landscapes waiting to be explored by foot or bike Clifden can be reached within an hour’s drive, along with the bustling city of Galway, where you’re certain to enjoy a true taste of the wonderful West of Ireland. Carraroe, is situated in the South of Connemara on the Coast of Galway Bay. Being one of the most important areas for promoting Irish Culture including song, dance and Irish Summer Schools. It is very popular with other Irish – Speaking Holidaymakers. Not only is Carraroe between Casla Bay and Greatman’s Bay, but it also has the whole series of Islands composed of Lettermore, Gorumna and Lettermullen all joined by Causeway to the mainland. There is an old world atmosphere to be found here, with endless winding boreens and high granite walls leading to now silent turf quays and deserted beaches..