Traditional Stone Cottage, Kilchreest, Co. Galway

35 minutes from Galway City

 
Traditional Irish Stone Cottage
Gated Side
Living Room
Kitchen
Wood and Turf Burning Stove
Landing
Dining Table
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2
Sauna
Walk-in Shower
Wash Room
Horse Pens
Large Open Fields
Walking Paths
Cloghan Castle

About the Location

Area:

  • Nearest shop; 5 mins

  • Nearest pub; 5 mins

  • Nearest town; Lough Rea

KILCHREEST, COUNTY CLARE

Kilchreest (Irish: Cill Chríost) is a civil parish of County ClareIreland. It contains the village of Ballynacally and is part of the Roman Catholic parish of Ballynacally (Clondegad), which includes the civil parish of Clondagad to the north.

The parish forms the central part of the western seaboard of the River Fergus estuary. It includes some islands, the largest being Inishmore or Deer Island.

Since most of the older parishes are dedicated to Irish saints, the name implies that the parish is of comparatively recent origin, The old church was plain. As of 1893 it was ruined, although the walls were still in good condition. Near to the church is the ruined castle of Dangan-moy-builc, owned by Teige MacMahon, of Clonderalaw in 1580

Drive Times:

  • Galway Airport (distanced approximately 24 km) 

  • Tullahoma Arnold AFS Airport (distanced approximately 47 km) 

  • Birr Airport (distanced approximately 53 km) 

  • Connemara Airport (distanced approximately 54 km)

  • Shannon Airport (distanced approximately 56 km)

Nearby:

  • Loughrea is regarded by many as the heart of county Galway. There are many places to explore within a short drive or Loughrea’s central location making Loghrea the ideal base for exploring west of Ireland highlights including Connemara, the Burren, midlands and Galway city.

  • Cloghan Castle has stood on these lands for over 800 years. Originally built as an out-post fortification in the 12th century, the castle was last inhabited by Hugh deBurgo in the 15th century, one of the most ancient and influential families in Irish history, a son of Walter de Burgo, Earl of Ulster. For centuries the castle stood derelict, until a meticulous and historically accurate restoration programme was completed in the December of 1996. 

Contact Us
 
info@CloverleafCottages.com
 

Tel: +353 091447194

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