is a very attractive stone-faced cottage with a pleasant garden
overlooking Courhoor lake. It is situated halfway between the villages
of Claddaghduff and Cleaggan in hilly countryside. The wild scenery
is typical of Connemara, and the location is bordered by the Atlantic
coast on two sides.
island of Omey, with its many beaches, is accessible at low tide
and the Atlantic island of Inishbofin can be reached by ferry from
Cleggan. Brown trout can be fished from Courhoor lake or from many
of the surrounding lakes. Shore angling and deep sea fishing are
available in the area.
has several beautiful beaches within walking distance, and there
is a supermarket, pub and post office within 10 minutes walk. Cleggan
village (1 mile away) also has pubs, shops, restaurants, horse riding
and a ferry to Inishbofin for a pleasant day trip. Clifden (7 miles
away) is a small town with good restaurants and shops.