Lakeview House is a large modern family home overlooking a beautiful lake within a 5 minute stroll of the Connemara Village of Carraroe.
There is no garden at this property.
There are five bedrooms in this lovely home which can sleep up to 9 people. Downstairs is 1 x single bedroom and 1 x double bedroom with ensuite. There is also a family bathroom with shower downstairs. Upstairs are the remining three bedrooms – the master double bedroom is ensuite and there is a single bedroom along with another bedroom ideal for children with jo-jo bunks (a double on the bottom and a single on top) and another single bed. There is a family bathroom with bath upstairs too.
The sitting room has a TV and a cosy open fire with a two seater and a three seater couch. The kitchen is open plan and has a sitting room area with couch and fuel burning stove as well as a dining area with a large table to seat 8 people. The kitchen is very well equipped and has an attractive range cooker with a gas hob and an electric oven. A water cooler is provided with drinking water for your convenience. Double doors lead outside to a seating area overlooking the lake.
Lakeview House is perfect for families as there is lots of outdoor space and gates at either side of the property keep children safe within. Wifi is available free to our guests. Unfortunately this is not a pet-friendly property.
This is a recently built house and is well insulated and has solar panels as well as a central heating system. A daily energy charge of €12 per day applies to all bookings and must be paid in advance to Dream Ireland.
The coast of Connemara has many beautiful beaches. The most famous of these is the coral strand in Carraroe, otherwise known as Trá an Doilín. This is a mere two-mile walk from the center of the village and should not be missed. For those who prefer soft sandy beaches many can be found in Carraroe and the surrounding area.
The Aran Islands
A trip to Connemara would not be complete without a trip to one of the three Aran Islands. There are two means of transport to the islands, by ferry from the port in Rossaveal, only five miles from Carraroe Village, or by plane (which only takes eight minutes), from the airport in Inverin.
The Gorumna Islands
Much more accessible than the Aran Islands one can travel to these by car as they are connected to the main land via a series of bridges. The islands are beautiful, particularly in the summer when the weather is fine.
There is an abundance of fishing opportunities in the West of Ireland with the countryside crisscrossed by streams, rivers and lakes. There are fishing clubs, schools and guides available in the area with licenses for Coarse and Game fishing starting from as little as €12.00 and absolutely free should you decide to fish off the rugged Atlantic Coastline.
Places To Eat:
Tí an Táilliura - This bright and spacious pub is the newest pub in the village and serves a wonderful breakfast until twelve o clock daily. Ti an Tailliúra also serves a good range of sandwiches and soup throughout the day. Their coffee is second to none. Enjoy traditional Irish music at the weekends.
The Royal Villa - Carraroe’s newest restaurant, the Royal Villa is a treat for even the most difficult to please. It serves a fantastic variety of oriental food and also caters for the less adventurous diner, with options such as steak and duck. Their famous barbecue spare ribs are not to be missed. The Royal Villa also provides a very efficient takeaway service at a reduced price, for lazy nights in front of the TV.
An Cistin - A pretty, Old World pub, very popular with the locals, serves traditional Irish food at lunchtime daily at a very reasonable price. Traditional music at the weekends also.
Hotel Carraroe - A charming restaurant overlooking the grounds and gardens of the hotel, which serves dinner from six until nine in the evening and lunch from twelve thirty until three o clock daily (Summer months only).
An Fheadóig - Tasty burgers and fish n chips