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Carrigeen Cottage Twin Room Clew Bay Seashore

Private room
2 Guests
2 Beds
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About this listing

Located on the shore of Clew Bay, just off the Western Greenway and Wild Atlantic Way, with a large garden sloping down to the seashore. You can go swimming, canoeing and walking. There are breathtaking views of the surrounding islands and mountains.

The Entrance

The Entrance

The Space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: Anytime after 4PM
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)
Room type: Private room


Extra people: $23 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $12
Cancellation: Moderate


The Space

Accommodation for 2016 is in our downstairs Guest room. It is small but has breathtaking, big views over mountains and sea, and access to big spaces both inside and out. It is set up with 2 single beds, but can be arranged as a double bed if requested. The bathroom is next door.

Guest Access

There is a shared bathroom downstairs with wc, shower and bath. Tea making facilities and breakfast are provided (fruit juice, cereal or porridge, bread, fruit, cheese, tea and coffee). On cold days, curl up beside the stove to watch the sunset. On warm days have your breakfast in our sun-filled verandah. On amazing days have a swim before breakfast. Or heat up in our sauna and brave the sea anyway!

Interaction with Guests

We have plenty of local maps, books on walking routes and nature guides for reference, and we will be happy to help you locate services and activities in the neighbourhood. Newport has a good pub for evening meals and music sessions, the Granuaile. Bicylcles can be hired there and in Westport. Westport also has loads of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, Westport House to visit and Croagh Patrick to climb.

The Neighborhood

Ideally located between Westport and Newport-10km from both, with easy access to both the Great Western Greenway cycle route and the Wild Atlantic Way driving route, and nearby sailing, sea angling, hill walking, surfing, sea kayaking, swimming etc.

During a visit here you could:
Sit with binoculars on a calm evening and look for telltale signs of otters swimming and feeding while listening to the curlews.
Hire bikes and cycle the Greenway to Achill and back again- or opt for a return bus collection.
Walk many of the superb walking loops around Newport and Burrishoole.
See the wonderful Harry Clarke stained glass windows in Newport Chuch and have afternoon tea in the Blue Bicycle.
Enjoy excellent pub food in the Granuaile in Newport and stay around for a music session.
Take a guided Natural History boat tour of the bay with Wild Atlantic Charters and look for otters and seals in their own habitats.
Contact Adventure Islands for an opportunity to do all sorts of outdoor adventures.
Go surfing at Keel beach in Achill, (boards and wetsuits can be hired at the beach) and then visit the infamous Achill Henge!
Enjoy Westport's Country market on Thursday mornings and visit all the other great shops in town.
Visit the Museum of Country Life at Turlough House, a little beyond Castelbar.
Take a trip on the bay with Clew Bay Cruises from Westport Quay.
Visit stately and historic Westport House.
Drive 30 minutes down the road to Leenane and have a very scenic seaweed bath or visit Killary Adventure Centre for the bizarre 'Turf Challenge' or a little bit of gorge-walking.
Take a day trip to Clare Island, a 10 or 30min (depending on the ferry) boat trip from Roonagh pier, and walk to the cliff top lighthouse.
Visit the nearby Buckfield Inn pub for a pint and a game of pool.
Eat in great restaurants in Westport and its environs.
Listen to vinyl records in the Gallery Cafe.
Go swimming in one or all of Westport's SIX swimming pools!
Go to any a music session in a Westport pub or see what's on in the Town Hall theatre.
Go swimming at Old Head beach, walk under the ancient oak trees, hire a kayak.
Play a round of golf at Westport Golf Club.
Go pony trekking with Carrowholly Stables.
Go snorkelling from the beach in front of our house and discover the magic world of seaweeds.
Walk out at low tide and explore the inter-tidal one, watch the birdlife.

Getting Around

You will need a car or bicycle to reach the house. 10km from both Westport and Newport and 12-15 mins driving time.

Other Things to Note

The reviews refer to both this room and the larger double bedroom so it may seem confusing. This is the first year I have listed them separately.

The house is fortunate to be shared with a shy cat and a calm, friendly dog. They have no access to the guest room, but people with allegies please note that the rest of the house can be hairy sometimes!

House Rules
Check-in is after 4PM

NO SMOKING. If you smoke outside please pick up your cigarette ends! Quiet after 11pm.

Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Fire Extinguisher

1 night minimum stay
The garden outside the conservatory

The garden outside the conservatory

Your Host



Westport, Ireland · Member since September 2013

The photo shown is of my lovely dog, Molly, and not me, as I tend to be private about sharing my image. However, I have of course been verified by Airbnb, and will be happy to send you my photo if you feel it is important before you make a booking.
I have been a host with the Servas organisation for over 15 years and am very interested in meeting people from other cultures and sharing insights into how different lives are lived.
I am a musician and a sailor.

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