The Bungalow Bunnahowna

Spacious detached house (2000 sq ft) on elevated site with large balcony, it enjoys magnificent views over island studded Clew Bay to Croagh Patrick and the Connemara mountains in the distance. It is situated on a quiet county lane about 1½ miles from Mulranny village, with pubs and restaurants, sandy beaches and 9-hole links golf course. The village has a new 42km cycling/walking greenway from Westport to Achill, which is high up in the mountains and has spectacular views. Also within reach of four 18-hole golf courses. Achill Island (15 miles). Adventure centre (10 miles). Westport (16 miles). Garden furniture and barbecue.

The house is well furnished and equipped on split levels with open plan kitchen, electric hob and oven, sitting room with open fire and French windows, dining room, utility room with washing machine/dryer, bathroom with bath, separate shower and W.C. Three bedrooms, one with a 5ft double and en suite shower and W.C., one with a double and en suite shower and W.C. and one with two singles. Oil fired central heating. Duvets. TV/DVD. CD/radio. Dishwasher. Freezer. Microwave. High chair  & Cot on request. Hairdryer.

This holiday home has comlimentary WIFI throughout.

Experience one of the wildest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world. Wherever you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way, you will find magic, adventure, history and beauty in abundance. Mulranny is at the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way and the Western Greenway.

Utilities are charged at €65 this if for the oil and esb and is payable on site.

Included: Linen, Towels, WIFI

No smoking. No pets.

Please note this holiday home is available to rent from Easter week up to 30th September and only weekly bookings are permitted starting on a Saturday.

Babbling Brook Caragh Lake

Babbling Brook, is set on just over half an acre of land and offers contemporary living accommodation in the heart of Kerry countryside. Accommodation is spread across one level and rooms are light and spacious. The cottage is equipped with all modern facilities and has wood and tiled floors throughout.
It features a large, open-style modern kitchen/diner with an opening into a sun-room with a small snooker table; patio doors lead from the sun-room onto a patio with garden table and chairs. There is a comfy lounge with three sofas, open fire, satellite TV, and Blu-ray DVD.

The two double bedrooms have en suite facilities, and the twin bedroom is adjacent to the family bathroom.

The kitchen/diner, utility room and bathrooms all have tiled floors. The remainder of the cottage has wood flooring throughout. Babbling Brook is not only a rental property but also a home away from home in Ireland and we hope that guests will enjoy the little ‘extras’ that a comfortable home provides. Snooker and a selection of DVDs, video tapes, CDs, books, jigsaws and games are available for guests’ use. We also like to keep some basics such as salt & pepper, olive oil, tea, coffee, sugar, spices and more, for guests’ convenience and comfort. All we politely ask is that guests kindly replace what they use.

The area is one of marvellous beauty. Rossbeigh Beach is just minutes drive from the cottages and is truly one of Ireland’s most beautiful beaches offering spectacular views across to Inch beach and the Dingle Mountains. Other nearby activities include horse riding, angling, hill walking, Burkes Activity Centre, which has wonderful animal farm and of course the famous Ring of Kerry drive. Caragh Lake is situated 4km from Killorglin and a 10 minute drive from Glenbeigh.

Please note that smoking is not permitted.

Caragh Lake is a picturesque spot on the fringe of the Ring of Kerry, rural and serene, a perfect setting in which to relax and get away from it all. Caragh Lake itself, approx 5 miles long, is set back on the opposite side of the road to Babbling Brook and can be accessed by a nearby path. Fishing and boating equipment for use on the lake is available to hire close by. Opposite Babbling Brook is Carrig Country House which boasts one of the finest restaurants in Kerry, overlooking the lake.
The area is excellent for walking, cycling, bird-watching, sightseeing and other activities such as fishing, golfing, horse-riding and water sports. The Cappanalea Outdoor Education Centre, which offers a range of adventure sports activities, is just 15 minutes’ drive.

Babbling Brook is also ideally located for exploring the magnificent sights and places of interest this beautiful county offers including the Ring of Kerry, the rugged Gap of Dunloe, the Dingle and Beara peninsulas and local scenic spots situated off the tourist track, such as the Ballaghbeama Gap. The cottage is just a few minutes’ drive from two beautiful sandy beaches and several golf courses (see below). There are shops, banks, other award-winning restaurants and traditional, welcoming pubs in Killorglin – home to the Puck Fair festival – and also Glenbeigh village, both less than 4 miles away.
Killarney, a larger bustling town full of character and more shops, restaurants and pubs, is a very pleasant 30 minutes’ drive and a ‘must-see’ part of Kerry. It is home to the beautiful Muckross National Park with its fabulous views of the Macgillycuddy reeks. For those who like a flutter, Killarney’s racecourse hosts several horse racing events over the spring and summer and is set in the most magnificent backdrop of mountain and lake scenery.

Golf: There is a fabulous selection of local golf courses, including nearby Dooks Golf Club (a links course in a stunning location overlooking the sea), Beaufort Golf Club and Killorglin Golf Club. All are just 5 – 10 minutes’ drive from Babbling Brook. There are other golf courses located slightly further afield, including Killarney and Tralee (both approx 30 minutes’ drive).

From Shannon: Via N18 to Limerick, N21 to Abbeyfeale via Adare, N23 to Castleisland, R561 to Fieries via Farranfore, N70 to Killorglin via Milltown. From Cork: Via N22 to Killarney Junction via Glenflesk, take 2nd exit off roundabout, N72 to Fossa, N70 to Killorglin.
From Dublin: Via N7 to Limerick, N21 to Abbeyfeale via Adare, N23 to Castleisland, R561 to Fieries via Farranfore, N70 to Killorglin via Milltown. In Killorglin: Go to the top of the town and turn left at the Garda Station (large yellow building). Travel approx 500m to T junction where there is a sign post for Caragh Lake, take the right turn and continue straight until reaching a staggered junction. Follow the sign direction to the left for the Ard na Sidhe Hotel. The holiday homes are located approx 200m on the right.


The Narrow Meadow

This delightful cottage is situated on the edge of the lovely village of Annascaul, at the foot of the Slieve Mountains, in County Kerry. It is a modern, well-presented new house in a wonderful location, ideally situated for touring this beautiful area. Inside this house the rooms are bright and spacious.

There is a large kitchen with dining area, a spacious sitting room with an open fire. 5 bedrooms, 4 double rooms and 1 twin room with sleeping capacity for 10 people and a beautiful private garden.

Please note this holiday home only accepts weekly bookings starting on a Saturday.
Annascaul is a village in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula, situated close to both the Slieve Mish mountains and the long sandy beach at Inch, Annascaul is a walker’s paradise. Hill and dale, sea, river, lake make an ever-changing pattern, with the wild flowers of Kerry blooming everywhere. It is also home to a number of pubs and accommodation providers. The village also celebrates two famous sons: Antarctic explorer Tom Crean and Irish-American sculptor, Jerome Connor.
From Tralee take the N86 – Direction Dingle.
Proceed for 33km until you reach the bridge at the bottom of the village. (just past the South Pole Inn) Turn right onto station road immediately after the bridge.
Drive for 1.3km, Turn Left, Drive for .35km Turn right.  Second house on the left

Grange Lodge

Grange Lodge is a modern stone-fronted luxury cottage, located on the Strokestown to Drumsna road overlooking Grange lake part of the river Shannon. Only 2 hours from Dublin, Strokestown is a heritage town in the Irish midlands – home to Strokestown Park House and Famine Museum and St John’s Genealogy Centre.
It is a popular angling centre for course and pike fishing being surrounded by 65 lakes within a seven mile radius. This gorgeous stone-fronted house is located 4.5 miles from town, in a spacious garden adjacent to Grange lake and harbour which holds good stocks of Pike, Bream, Rudd and Hybrids. This is an ideal touring base boasting a variety of attractions from fishing to golf and horse riding and nearby a children’s playground and tennis court.

Tastefully furnished throughout, here is a list of the facilities at Grange Lodge:
o The cottage consists of four bedrooms (All ensuite*).
o Bedroom 1: Double bed, ensuite bathroom with electric shower. TV with satellite channels.
o Bedroom 2: Double bed , ensuite bathroom with electric shower. TV with satellite channels.
o Bedroom 3: Double bed, ensuite bathroom with power shower.
o Bedroom 4: Twin bed room, ensuite bathroom with power shower.
o Sitting room: Has 28″ T.V with satellite channels. Open fire with logs or turf available on request. Luxurious leather sofa suite.
o Kitchen: Fully furnished with all modern appliances including, electric oven, gas hob, microwave oven, kettle, coffee maker, toaster, spacious fridge and freezer, together with cutlery, cooking utensils and all necessary kitchen furniture. The kitchen is fitted with window blinds.
o Utility room: Contains clothing washing machine and additional utensils such as hair dryer, iron, ironing board, hoover. clothes horse.
o Main Toilet: Contains toilet and, wash hand basin.
*All ensuite bathrooms consist of shower, toilet and large wash hand basin. All bedrooms and sitting room are fitted with window curtains.

o The Cottage is heated by oil fired central heating which can be regulated to activate on a timer system.
o Grange lodge is completed to a very high standard, while we request our guests to leave the cottage as they would expect to find it, the cottage is cleaned and observed between guests by dedicated family involvement.
o Rubbish is separated for recycling in separate outside bins.
o Oil and electricity is metered and customers pay the current rates for electricity which is communicated at time of arrival.


Moymore Farmhouse

This delightful detached modernised farmhouse is situated three miles from the seaside village of Lahinch, County Clare. Offering pretty rural views, this cottage near Lahinch is an ideal base for couples who wish to explore this part of Clare.

This single-storey Clare cottage has two double bedrooms, a bathroom and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with oil stove, whilst outside there is a front patio garden, perfect for enjoying an alfresco breakfast before setting off and exploring the many interesting places in Clare and the surrounding counties.

The popular village of Lahinch boasts a number of pubs and restaurants, as well as a sandy beach, plus this village is a favourite with surfers. Within driving distance are the wonderful Cliffs of Moher, the internationally recognised Burren area, with its unusual flora and fauna and the Spa town of Lisdoonvarna. A lovely cottage for an Irish breakaway.




Weekly bookings only are permitted starting on Saturdays.


Coming from Ennis on the N85 Lahinch road, follow and stay on the N85 for about 17 miles. As you come into Ennistymon, from Ennis, there is a left turn which is signposted “LAHINCH. Drive along this road for about 2 miles and as you come into Lahinch, the Sancta Maria Hotel is on your right, Take the first right turn after this hotel. This is the Liscannor Road.

Continue along this road, crossing a bridge and follow the road as it veers left. You will come to a right turn sign posted “BALLYELLERY”. Take this right turn.

Continue along this road as it goes uphill and then downhill and then veers to the left. After about 1.5 miles, you will come to a four cross road junction. Take the turn right.

After half a mile, turn left at a stone wall with a black gate on the corner.

The Farmhouse is the second house on your right after about 250 yards.


Beachside Apartment

This luxury 2 bedroom apartment is ideally located on Clare Island with our blue flag beach on its front door step. This offers a safe swimming and snorkelling area, with an opportunity to take part in other activities (Sea Kayaking/Rock Climbing/ Absailing / Coastering ) organised through Adventure West with prior arrangement. . Also fishing, diving and boat sight seeing trips may be arranged at your time of booking. Ideal landscape for amateur/professional photography or for that keen bird watcher. There are several great walking trails with guided walks to include history and geology of the island. With all this in mind Clare island is still a very tranquil setting. Nothing more relaxing than waking up to the sound of the waves crashing on the beach.

Both bedrooms are en suite with bed linen, towels, extra bed and travel cot provided, also iron/ironing board and hair dryer.

The first floor is Kitchen/Dining/Sitting area combined, open plan with 6 large velux windows giving it a bright airy feel. All mod cons included Fridge/freezer, Cooker/oven, Stereo, TV, Wi fi, Microwave, Kettle, Toaster and washing machine.

Central heating is included in the rental fee.

Refuse bags are available to buy in the local store but can be provided by owner.
Meter reading is in place for electricity.
Nearest beach is across the road.
Access to this property is by car.
Nearest airport: Knock Airport 80 KM. Nearest Railway is Westport 30 KM
Pets are not allowed.
Smoking is not permitted.
Fully refundable security deposit required of €50

Directions to Property: From Knock Airport take the Westport route and when you reach Westport take the Louisburgh road.Drive straight through Louisburgh and after approx. 1/2 km take a turn off to the right hand side just after the factory nomadic display.Follow the road for a further 7 km to reach Roonagh Pier

Lios na Sli

Lios na Sli

Superb four bedroom bungalow overlooking Donegal bay, Teelin Harbour and Slieve League. Located in the very scenic south-west Donegal. On over an acre of professionally landscaped grounds. Ideal base for touring Co. Donegal. The wonderful gardens overlook Teelin Bay, which is nestled between the gardens and Slieve League. Must be seen to be appreciated!

4 bedrooms to sleep 6-8

  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 2 single beds
  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 1 double bed and en-suite
  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 1 double bed and en-suite (disabled)
  • 1 x ground floor bedroom with 1 double bed and en-suite

Bathroom with bath and plumbed in shower

Main living room has open fireplace

Fitted kitchen – separate dining area with table and chairs

1 x Electric hob and oven

Microwave and fridge.

Utility Room: Washing machine & Tumble dryer, Freezer

Outside clothes line, iron and ironing board

Oil fired central heating

House has double-glazing & treble glazing

TV and Open Fire.

Superb four bedroom bungalow overlooking Donegal bay, Teelin Harbour and Slieve League. Located in the very scenic south-west Donegal. On over an acre of professionally landscaped grounds. Ideal base for touring Co. Donegal. The wonderful gardens overlook Teelin Bay, which is nestled between the gardens and Slieve League. Must be seen to be appreciated!


Spectacular landscaped grounds incorporating a private area for sun bathing. Incorporating natural stone seats and incorporating a good variety of native plants, the gardens were designed to achieve a natural feel. There are also megalithic artefacts in the Kilcar and Carrick area and the gardens at the house in fact overlook a Cashel or ring fort.
There are 2 convenience stores located in Carrick, which is c.1.6 km (1 mile) from the house . For more general shopping, there are a variety of shops in Killybegs which is c.16.5 km (10 miles away) or Donegal town, which is 45km (28 miles) from the house.

About the Location:

  • Aspect: The house  is situated on an elevated position in south-west Donegal between Killybegs and Glencolmcille. It overlooks Donegal Bay to the south and Teelin Bay to the west. The cliffs of North Mayo are clearly visible on clear days.
  • Mountain: Slieve League is within a mile of the house (as the crow flies) on the opposite side of Teelin Bay to the house and gardens. Slieve League is 595 meters in height and is regarded as the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
  • Traditional Music: This area of Donegal is among the best in the Ireland for traditional music. It has a particularly rich tradition of fiddle playing and festivals are hosted in Glencolmcille in July and August of each year while Carrick hosts a traditional festival at the end of October in each year.
  • Gaelteacht (Irish speaking area): The wider area is classified by Irish governmental agencies as a Gaelteacht (Irish speaking area), though everyone speaks English too. Irish language courses are run throughout the summer in Glencolmcille, which is about 6 miles from the house.
  • Scenery: This area of Donegal is one of the most beautiful areas in Ireland with notable wildlife and animals, which are sadly no longer seen or heard in other parts of the country. The Skylark and Cuckoo are but two of the many birds which frequent the area. Of particular note are the areas of Muckross Point, Carrick, Meenaneary and Glencolmcille.
  • Beaches: A small beach is situate to the south of the house and located about a mile away. Also of note is Silver Strand at Malin Beg (west of Slieve League on the Glencolmcille side of the mountain). Note too Fintra beach which is situate between Killybegs and Kilcar.
  • Hill Walking & Cycling: With so many lovely mountains and hills in South West Donegal such as Slieve League to the west of the house, the hills around Glencolmcille, Muckross Point near Kilcar, there is no shortage of hill walks. Errigal Mountain in the northern part of the county is also recommended. Note O.S. Discovery series map 10.
  • Boat Trips: from Teelin bay around Slieve League are available for sightseers and anglers.
  • Sea Fishing: There are numerous points for sea-fishing in this area from Killybeggs right around to Glencolmcille. The local pier at Teelin is recommended.
  • Restaurants: Killybeggs, Glencolmcille (seasonal), Carrick: bar.
  • Glencolmcille: Is world famous for its wealth of Archaeology. Monuments include standing stones, a Martello tower, old graveyards, and a folk museum village; the brainchild of the late Rev. Fr. James McDyre. Glencolmcille took its name from the Irish St. Colmcille 521 AD.


Traditional Music:
The main locations for music are:

1.     Glencolmcille: Is particularly famous for its fiddle playing and hosts a fiddle school at the end of July every year. Traditional music is a feature in the public houses of Glencolmcille throughout the year and particularly so in the summer months. Glencolmcille is situated about 6 miles west of the house.

2.     Carrick: Traditional music festival held at the end of October of each year. Music is also played on various nights in the public houses in Carrick throughout the year. Carrick is situate c.1 mile from the house

3.     Kilcar: is the 1st village that the visitor encounters after leaving Killybegs. Kilcar also has a vibrant music scene, especially during the summer months. It is situate about 5 miles from the house to the east.

4.     Teelin: “The Rusty” public house is world famous for its music. Teelin is situate about a mile across the bay from the house and is about 3-4 miles by road.

5.     Meenaneary: is a small village situate to the north of the house and hosts its own music festival in June of each year.


Gaelteacht (Irish speaking area):

The Gaelteacht covers extensive parts of counties Donegal, Mayo, Galway and Kerry – all on the Western seaboard – and also parts of counties Cork, Meath and Waterford. Although all of the Gaelteacht population speaks English, these are the only parts of Ireland where Irish is still spoken as a community language. The preservation of the Gaelteacht as an Irish-speaking community has been regarded by successive Governments, as of utmost importance since the foundation of the State. Not only does the Gaelteacht present on opportunity to naturally maintain the continuity of the Irish tradition, but also provides the ideal environment for the people who wish to become proficient in the Irish language.

What’s Included and Tariffs

  • Included: Bed linen provided
  • Included: Towel allocation provided
  • Included: Segregated recycling facilities (everything must be rinsed to prevent contamination)
  • Included: Welcome pack


Extra:     Electricity is operated by €2 coins. This is full on arrival and should be left full on departure.

  • Extra: Heating oil is metered, the cost of which is passed on, on a per liter basis.
  • Extra: Un-segregated Waste.
  • Refundable Damage Deposit: €200

Cong Holiday Let

A beautiful 5 bedroom detached, secluded, private property yet only 5 minutes walk from Cong village.

Riverside setting with private fishing and access to river for kayaking and swimming – equipment provided in season. Guests can walk from the property and not have to cross a road or footpath as tracks and woodland are in close proximity. Ideal rural retreat irrespective of the time of year.

5 Bedrooms – 4 double ensuite and 1 twin ensuite. This property can accommodate 10 people.

There is a private enclosed garden complete with garden furniture and a bbq.

Towels are included in the rental price.

Babysitting is available on request.

The house is on an historic, landscaped site and only a stroll from the village with shop, pubs, restaurants and cafes.

Nearby are the impressive grounds of Cong Abbey with walks graded for all abilities.

Utilities extra and are payable on site.  Please note there is a fully refundable security deposit payable in cash on arrival of €500

Please contact the office on 061 335799 for availability  and reservations.

2019 weekly rates

May – Aug €1150 per week

Sept -Oct  €910 per week

From Galway take the N84 to Headford. From Headford take the R334 to Cross. At Cross take a left turn on to the R346 to Cong.

From Castlebar take the N84 to Ballinrobe then the R334 to the Neale. Just after the Neale take a right turn on to the R345 to Cong


McGuires Irish Cottages

Steeped in nature, tradition and heritage, McGuire’s Cottages are welcoming holiday accommodation havens with their own story to tell.
Owned by Sinead and Pascal Gillard, the cottages have individual personalised names which add to their wonderful sense of character. McGuire’s Cottages, a complex of eight cottages was built by Sinead’s grandfather in the late seventies with each cottage being named after his eight grandchildren. At the time, McGuire’s was one of the first ever self-catering accommodation businesses set up in Ireland and it is now one of the most popular in Co. Leitrim -attracting visitors from Ireland, UK, Germany,France Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, United States and Australia who come to de-stress, fish and enjoy the relaxed pace of rural life here. French and German are spoken fluently at McGuire’s Cottages.

One cottage has been transformed into an on-site restaurant and a commercial production kitchen for Jinny’s Bakery, a multi award winning business.

These self catering cottages overlook the picturesque Acres Lake, approximately one km from the village of Drumshanbo in Leitrim, the North West of Ireland. There are seven cottages; four which sleep six people and three which sleep four people.

These detached, traditional style cottages all come with a historic half-door, open-hearth fire and flag-stone floor. In contrast to this taste of the past, each also has all the modern conveniences of present-day living.

Free access to outdoor heated pool
Open from June to September

Other facilities on site include a fisherman’s bait rooms and artisan bakery.
With our family residence adjacent to the cottages we are always ready to meet your daily needs.

Plan your trip to McGuires Cottages today! Character charm and contentment await….

Extras Include: Gas & Electricity which are metered and payable at the end of the stay.

Gas central heating and immersion heating

Pets allowed

Bed linen and tea towels provided

Your family break at McGuire’s Cottages promises to be fun filled and action packed with a huge selection of exciting indoor and outdoor activities available in the area for families and groups of all ages.
• Swimming – heated outdoor swimming pool in Drumshanbo (June to September)
• Outdoor Adventure – Lough Allen Adventure offer hillwalking, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing and archery. Also available are summer camps and survival skills training. Lough Key Activity Centreand Zipit Forest Adventures also located nearby.
• Mountain Biking
• Horse Riding at Moorlands Equestrian centre on the shores of Lough Allen
• Tennis – courts are just beside cottages (50mtrs) with publicly run playground
• Arigna Mining Experience provides a unique insight into what a coal mining life was like in the Arigna Valley
• The Marble Arch Caves – one of Europe’s finest show caves allows visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.
• Glencar Waterfall
• Hill Walking-the rugged Leitrim landscape is perfect for walkers with route to cater for all abilities
• Parke’s Castle
• Organic Centre
• Clay Pigeon Shooting
• Carrick Cinema Cineplex
• King House
• Boyle Abbey
• Moon River
• Costello Chapel Dock Arts Centre
• Mulvey Centre-Bowling Kids Kingdom
• Dublin Airport. 96 miles (2 hours 7 mins)
• Knock Airport. 52 miles (1 hour 5 mins).
• Galway. 75 miles (1 hour 56 minutes)
• Belfast. 142.5 miles (2 hours 40 minutes)
• Rosslare Ferry Terminal. 192.5 miles (3 hours 30 minutes)

Bayview Apartment

This apartment is only a 10 minute walk from the village of Cong and a 5 minute stroll to Ashford Castle and the surrounding Woodland.

This magnificent apartment is situated on the banks of Lough Corrib on the Ashford Estate. It offers panoramic views of the lake and the nearby Lisloughery Pier where one can enjoy the daily cruises on the lake. This apartment is only a 10 minute walk from the village of Cong and a 5 minute stroll to Ashford Castle and the surrounding Woodland. The 2 bedroom apartment can accommodate 4. It has one double room and one twin room and a shared main bathroom with shower. The living space is bright and airy with an open plan kitchen, living and dining area. The kitchen is fully fitted with dishwasher, microwave and gas cooker and all other modern conveniences. The Apartment is secure front and rear with private parking.

Please note only weekly bookings are accepted for this apartment from a Saturday to a Saturday at the rate of €749 per week

Pet Friendly at a charge of Eur25 per pet.

Electricity The charge for electricity is €7 per day all year round.

Complimentary extras with the apartment are:

* 17 ft fishing boat and engine

* 2 fishing rods

* 4 mountain bikes

* Private slipway to launch boats


Towels are included in the rental

This apartment is located just 40 minutes from Galway, Westport and Castlebar making it an ideal location for touring the West of Ireland. For those looking to explore all the West has to offer there can be no better location!