Wild Atlantic Way

Listing Properties tagged with 'Wild Atlantic Way'

 

Showing 6 of 29 properties found.

Tir na nOg

County Galway , Ireland

Holiday getaways don’t come much more stunning than this large West of Ireland cottage.
Just yards from the Atlantic shoreline and with its own golden powder-sand beach, Tir na nOg is a quintessentially Irish thatch roof cottage, commanding panoramic views of Omey Island and the capricious Connemara coastline.
Once bitten...smitten! Sleeps 9

Tir na nOg

Ballyganny House

County Donegal , Ireland

This architect styled holiday home in western Donegal faces the Atlantic across Loughros Beg Bay and was designed to capture some of the most stunning summer sunset views anywhere.
Right on the shore line, there are beaches, mountains and bays to be explored along this special section of the Wild Atlantic Way. Sleeps 7

Ballyganny House

Sea Mist

County Clare , Ireland

Set on the hills above Doolin, and within walking distance of the Cliffs of Moher, Sea Mist is a stylish contemporary cottage conversion with spectacular views out to the Aran Islands.
Brilliant surfing, championship golf links, and of course the apogee of traditional music nearby, make this the holiday home to cover all bases. Sleeps 7

Sea Mist

Cleandara House

County Cork , Ireland

On a steep sheltered north facing ridge amongst the ancient native oaks above Cleandara harbour, hides this mature 1980’s cottage where time seems to stand still.
Secluded and private, this is a consummate retreat in an ever changing west Cork panorama. Perfect for rambling, writing, reflection and feasting. Sleeps 6

Cleandara House

Rock Lodge & Dairy Cottage

County Kerry , Ireland

These two homes nestle subtly in the shelter of a spectacular rocky escarpment on 125 acres stretching above Lough Currane. The rugged beauty of the landscape, the fantastic lake fishing and the proximity to the renowned Ring of Kerry, guarantee an unrivalled family experience on the Wild Atlantic Way. Sleeps 8

Rock Lodge & Dairy Cottage

Frog's Leap

County Cork , Ireland

Perched on a rise close to the southernmost point of Ireland, Frog’s Leap keeps constant look-out over the rolling surf of the Celtic sea.
At the end of a private lane, where the rich smell of the ocean beckons, and faced with rusty slate stone, this cosy compact home is furnished for comfort and finished with affection - a refuge for relaxation. Sleeps 6

Frog's Leap
 

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