Beach Haven Studio – Sleeps 4/6

Beach Haven Studios are a perfect option for visitors who want to stay in the heart of Tramore and close to the beach and town centre and be somewhat independent. Families with children are welcome and everything possible will be done to ensure that you have an enjoyable stay. Tramore has a special emphasis on Family holidays with loads of local attractions and fun things to do for everyone.

The studios are tastefully decorated with attention to detail and your comfort in mind. The Beach Haven Studios are the best of both worlds because you have the convenience of being able to prepare your own meals or pop next door to the Beach Haven B&B for breakfast if you like.

The studios comprise of a double bed, 2 single beds and a fold out sofa, kitchen, dining and lounge area. All bedlinen and towels are provided. The kitchenettes have a fridge, microwave, toaster and 2 burner stove. There is a large flat screen TV and the bathroom is fitted with power shower. A washing machine and tumble dryer are available on site. All studios are non-smoking.

There is a shared garden area with a Patio are, garden furniture and BBQ. There is a free off-street parking area. Breakfast is optional next door in our B&B for 10 euros per person for full Irish or American breakfast


Self Catering Accommodation Ireland | Holiday Homes | Tramore | Waterford | Ireland

From Waterford follow the R-675 and then in Tramore the studios are 300 meters past the second roundabout on the left.

Yew Wood Holiday Homes – 3 Bedroom (WCH)

Comfortable three bedroom holiday homes situated in Youghal town, overlooking the Blackwater Estuary. These holiday homes are located just one kilometre from Youghal’s main street which boasts brightly painted shops, lively pubs, restaurants and cafes.

These houses feature a master double room, 1 single room and 1 double room. Electric central heating.

Features: Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, Bed linen and duvets provided, Beds are made upon arrival, Cots are available on request,  Conservatory.

Utilities are charged extra as per our terms and conditions.

Youghal town stands at the mouth of the beautiful River Blackwater and has miles of sandy beaches along with a host of local attractions.

Local Activities: Miles of beautiful beaches, Whale and Dolphin Watching, Perks Indoor Entertainment Centre, Regal Film Centre, Golf, Pitch & Putt, Walking.


From Shannon: N18 to Limerick, R513 to Ballylanders via Hospital, N8 to Mitchelstown, N72 to Fermoy, R634 to Youghal via Tallow. From Dublin: N7 to Newlands Cross, M9 to Junction 9 which is signposted Waterford, N9 to Mullinavat via Dungarvan, N25 to Lemybrien via Waterford, R634 to Youghal From Cork: N8 to Dunkettle Interchange, N25 to Killeagh via Castlemartyr, R634 to Youghal. In Youghal From Cork Side: Go through Clock Gate and continue up to the Pedestrian lights. 150 meters on turn left for Cork Hill (opposite Brodericks Hardware Shop). At the sign for District Hospital take next right. From Waterford Side: Take 2nd exit on roundabout, pass LIDLE shop and continue left for Cork Hill (opposite Brodericks Hardware Shop). At the sign for District Hospital take next right.

Self Catering Holiday Homes | Youghal | Cork | Ireland

Ionadsiul, Glencolmcille, Co Donegal

Our rooms come in single, double, twin and family rooms all with ensuite bathrooms. All linen is provided free of charge. There is a communal kitchen, dining, and lounge area for our residents’ use. We also provide free broadband internet access for all our guests.

Our building consists of the following

1 large lounge area
1 modern fully fitted out kitchen
1 dining area
3 double rooms incorporating 1 double bed with ensuite
1 family room incorporating 1 double and 2 single beds with ensuite
8 twin rooms incorporating 1 double and 1 single bed with ensuite

We are situated at the western extremity of the Sliabh Liag peninsula, in the wonderfully remote parish of Glencolmcille. In a landscape of timeless beauty lies the remnants of ancient past-pagan and Christian, rooted in quiet contemplation on hillside, valley, bog and isle.

The area hosts approximately eighty documented archaeological sites spanning a period of 5000 years including important examples of virtually all monument types known nationally.

Situated at the western extremity of the Slieve League (Sliabh Liag) Peninsula in the South-West of County Donegal, lies the wonderfully remote parish of Glencolmcille (Gleann Cholmlle/Glencolumbkille). Glencolmcille can be reached by the following routes:

From Dublin via Cavan, Enniskillen N3 From Dublin via Sligo N4 – N15 From Galway via Sligo N17 – N15 From Belfast via Enniskillen M1 – A4 – A46 Driving Time to Glencolmcille: Dublin to Glencolmcille – 4.5 hours approximately.

Galway to Glencomcille – 4 hours approximately.
Belfast to Glencolmcille – 3.5 hours approximately
Derry to Glencolmcille – 2 hours approximately.

By coach – services operate to/from Glencolmcille offering connections to Dublin, Galway and Belfast. Services are through McGeehans and Bus Eireann By rail – the nearest railway station is Sligo, which has frequent services to/from Dublin. McGeehans and Bus Eireann run services from Dublin to Glencolmcille, County Donegal with a direct daily service at 6.00 pm. You can find information on McGeehan coaches, timetable and costs at their site McGeehans or phone (074) 9546150, prefix with 00 353 if calling from outside Ireland. Bus pick up at the Central Bus Station, Dublin traveling to Glencolmcille, County Donegal. You can find information on Bus Eireann’s timetable and costs at their site Bus Eireann, email: or contact Bus Eireann Donegal on (074) 97 21101. Note that there are extra services on Fridays. Bus Information – Galway to Donegal: Feda O’Donnell – phone 074 95 48114. For more information contact (074) 95 48114 or visit their website at Fedaodonnell.

By Air – Airport Information Nearest airports are at Sligo, Donegal International (Carrickfinn) and Knock International. Belfast International and city airports are only 3½ hours away and Dublin International Airport is only 4.5 hours away. Derry Airport is 2 hours away. Dublin Airport – visit their site at Dublin Airport Shannon Airport – visit their site at Shannon Airport Northern Ireland Belfast City at Belfast City Airport; Belfast International at Belfast Airport; City of Derry Airport at City of Derry (airport is 100km from Glencolmcille). Flights from the UK and Channel Islands come into all these airports. Check out British Midlands, British Airways, Ryanair, Jersey European

Clifden Glen

CLIFDEN GLEN,is a unique holiday village offering self-catering accommodation in Clifden. These three bedroom Lodges accommodate five people. Accommodation comprises a double bedroom with ensuite (located on ground floor), with a twin bedroom, single bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. Each Lodge includes a sitting room, complete with television and open fireplace, and a dining and kitchen area. Kitchens include a cooker, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher, as well as all cutlery, crockery and utensils to cater for five people.

Clifden Glen Amenities:
Clifden Glen holiday village is a natural paradise with hill and river walks with spectacular views. Our guests can also avail of our three tennis courts, mini-golf, children’s playground and football ‘kick about’ area. Our Clubhouse is located in the original Clifden Lodge and its licensed premises is open at appropriate times in high season.
Clifden Glen is set on 192 acres of magnificent natural environment of mountain, meadow and river with spectacular views of of the renowned Connemara landscape. Vistiors to Connemara can enjoy its beautiful white coral beaches, cliffs, picturesque fishing harbours and the breathtaking Twelve Bens and Maamturk mountain ranges. Connemara is a paradise for game and sea anglers, mountain walkers, pony trekkers, golfers, scuba divers, rock climbers, canoeists and sailors.

Clifden Town is a truly welcoming town, which boasts a superb selection of pubs, excellent restaurants (with local seafood a speciality in most!) and a cosmopolitan shopping experience with the best of Irish designers located at The Platform and many antique and interior design shops. By night Clifden comes alive with music and fun and Market Square is the perfect place to soak up the atmosphere.

Clifden Glen is ideally located on the coast between two different landscapes.

To the south is a low lying terrain of bog and rocky outcrop, the beautiful white coral beaches, cliffs, picturesque fishing harbours and the Atlantic outposts of the Aran Islands. This is the Connemara landscape beloved of painters.

To the north-east the region is dominated by the Twelve Bens and Maamturk mountain ranges culminating in the fjord of Killary. The area includes the wilderness of the Connemara National Park, the famous salmon fisheries of the Erriff and Delphi and the offshore island of Inishbofin.

Connemara is a paradise for the game and sea angler, mountain walker, pony trekker, golfer, scuba diver, rock climbing, canoeist and sailor.

Clifden Glen offers the freedom to relax and wander through a magnificent natural environment of mountain, meadow and river with spectacular views of the renowned Connemara landscape.

Clifden Glen is located on the right hand side of the N59 as you approach Clifden, it is well sign posted. No 30 is located past the Club House to the rear of the development.

Weekly Rates for 2020

4/01 – 10/4         €400

11/4 – 17/4         €465

18/4 – 29/5         €450

30/5 – 19/6         €510

20/6 – 3/7           €650

4/7 – 21/8           €870

22/8 – 28/8         €600

29/8 – 11/9         €480

12/9 – 21/12       €400

To check availability or make a booking please contact the office on 061 335799


Carraig House

Carraig House is a beautifully located modern house set amidst the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland. Carraig house is about a 25 minute walk (1.1 miles) away from Dingle Town yet it is in a lovely secluded and tranquil location (away from the hustle and bustle of the Town!) The sitting room is very comfortable. There is 50 inch flat screen television in the sitting room with satellite channels including Sky Sports.

Bedrooms are large and beautifully appointed with wonderful views of the sea and mountains. There are 7 bedrooms in all, accommodating up to 18 people comfortably. This is the ideal property for a large family or perhaps 3-4 families going away together. Carraig House has 6 X spacious double rooms; Main house; 4 double room with two ensuite, one twin room, one single fold out bed, one double fold out bed & two bathrooms. The garage which was converted to an apartment has one double room, one triple room & one bathroom.

5 Double bedrooms, 1 twin room and 1 triple room, accommodates 15 people plus Double & single futon bed for children
1 large sitting room
1 large kitchen and dining area
5 bathrooms
2 open stone fires
private parking
1 story (children friendly)
Kitchen equipped with washing machine, clothes dryer, dishwasher, microwave, modern cooker
Wireless broadband
50 inch plasma TV
Sky digital (includes sky sports
Pet friendly (heated garage ideal for pets)
Play station 2 & 3
Dvd players and dvds
Linen and towels provided

Baby sitting services also available on request

Slievemore Holiday Home (WCH)

These lovely cottages are situated 5 minutes drive from Dugort village and beach, at the foothills of the Slievemore mountains.

These are 3 bedroomed houses that sleep 5. Master double room with ensuite, 1 double room and 1 single.

Utilities are charged extra as per our terms and conditions.

Features Colour TV Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, washing machine.      Bed linen and duvets provided. Beds are made upon arrival. Cots are available on request. Private car parking.

Keel, the main village on the island is less than 10 minutes drive from the cottages and boasts a beautiful beach, local pubs and a restaurant along with various water sports and golf.

These detached cottages command glorious panoramic views over Keel bay and the rugged countryside.

Self Catering Holiday Homes & Cottages | Achill Island | Mayo | Ireland


From Shannon: Take N18 to Clarinbridge via Ennis, N6 to Galway, N84 to Ballyhean via Ballinrobe, N5 to Castlebar, N59 to Mulrany, R319 to Keel via Achill Sound. From Dublin: N4 to Edgeworthstown, at Longford bypass roundabout take 2nd exit into bypass. N5 to Castlebar, N59 to Mulrany, R319 to Dugort via Achill Sound. In Achill; Go through the Island, take a right after Pub called the Cross Roads Inn. Take a right and follow the road to the T- Junction and turn right. There is a concealed enterance 200yds on the Left.

Trawmore Holiday Homes (WCH)

These spacious detached bungalows are situated the seaside town of Keel, the main town on Achill Island.

Each house is tastefully decorated and sleeps up to six people. There are 2 double bedrooms and 2 single (4ft double) bedrooms. Baby cot and high chair are available on request.

Utilities are charged extra as per our terms and conditions.

These self catering cottages are located in a beautiful spot just 5 minutes walk to the fabulous blue flag beach. There is also a partial seaview from the living room window. Achill Island boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in the country, along with cosy pubs, excellent restaurants and exciting watersports.

Self Catering Accommodation Ireland | Holiday Homes | Achill Island | Mayo | Ireland


From Shannon : Take N18 to Clarinbridge via Ennis, N6 to Galway, N84 to Ballyhean via Ballinrobe, N5 to Castlebar, N59 to Mulrany, R319 to Keel via Achill Sound. From Dublin: N4 to Edgeworthstown, at Longford bypass roundabout take 2nd exit into bypass. N5 to Castlebar, N59 to Mulrany, R319 to Keel via Achill Sound. In Keel The houses are located on the right hand side of the road with the gateway at the side of the Achill Cliff House.

The Stables, Culduff Cottages

The Stables is a beautifully restored 19th Century stone self catering cottage, located on a 100 acre working farm in Foxford, Co Mayo.

The Cottage has 4 ensuite bedrooms and can sleep up to 8 people.Located in a peaceful, rural setting, The Stables is a perfect base from which to tour the counties Mayo, Sligo and Galway, and the wider west coast of Ireland.

It is situated on a 100 acre, working farm and visitors can enjoy superb views over the surrounding bogland, lakes mountains while relaxing in serene surroundings.The Stables has been lovingly restored and refurbished to the highest standards to create a comfortable and cosy selfcatering cottage.

The cottage has 4 bedrooms – all of which have ensuite bathrooms – one double bedroom, two twin bedrooms and a bedroom with single bed and pull out bed. (Three of the bedrooms are located on the ground floor ).The open plan living area has a fully equipped kitchen with oven and hob, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, and dining table, while the living area is comfortably furnished with TV and open fire place.  There is also a bait, tackle and freezer room. Electric blankets are also supplied. This family friendly cottage also has a childrens playroom.

Located 30 minute drive from Enniscrone Beach ( 3 miles of Beautiful Sandy Beach ).
RATES 2020
May –        €475.00 per week
June –       €525.00 per week
July –        €575.00 per week
August –   €650.00 per week
Sept –      €475.00 per week

Outside peak months (June – August) the cottages can be rented for shorter periods such as a long weekend, mini break or mid week stay.

  • Arrival time after 15:00
  • Departure time by 10:00
  • Well behaved pets allowed with prior agreement.  Pet fee is €25 per pet
  • Electricity and heating oil included in rates quoted
  • Towels and linen included in rates quoted
  • Cot and high chair available at no extra cost
  • Upon arrival, keys can be collected at the property
  • Rentals are Saturday – Saturday for June, July, August



Directions from Dublin Airport: Travel Time by rd Approx 3 hrs, Approx 130 miles   Exit Dublin Airport following signs for M1 Motorway. Take M1 Motorway south towards Dublin exiting at the M50 junction and proceed south on the M50 Motorway. Exit M50 Motorway at junction 7 following signs for THE WEST (N4,N5,N6).  Continue forward until you arrive at the town of Longford. You will need to go into the town of Longford to proceed further West on the N5, road may be signposted WESTPORT which is the final town at the end of N5. you will cross the River Shannon to the west of Longford and road quality will generally deteriorate after this. The next town is Strokestown, you will need to turn left at the roundabout in the centre of town. Proceed straight on the road with no deviation until you reach the town of Ballaghaderreen. In Ballaghaderreen, at the top of the town after the road swings left you will need to turn right to continue on the N5. At this point you are approx, a half hour away from the cottages. Continue on N5 bypassing the town of Charlestown and arrive on bypass on the outskirts of Swinford. Turn right off the bypass and enter the town of Swinford. At bottom of town pass underneath the railway bridge in direction of Foxford/Ballina. Approx 2 miles out you will pass the River Moy. Approx 1 mile further on after a straight stretch on the road you will need to take a sharp turn to the right. ( At this point there may be a road sign pointing to the left saying TOOMORE), at top of hill turn right and the entrance to the cottages is down about 100 yards.