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Tiny House in wild Connemara
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Tiny House in wild ConnemaraWelcome to Foxglove Homestead. We offer an exciting form of accommodation. Here you'll stay in a Tiny House in the beautiful heart of Connemara, County Galway. Do you enjoy a different way of holidaying? Do you like to be immersed in the Irish wilderness with no other sounds than grazing sheep, a bee flying by or some playing children in the background? Then our Tiny House might be for you. It offers a comfortable place to stay with the best views in Connemara.

Rock Rose Cottage, Kinvara
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Rock Rose Cottage, KinvaraEnjoy a stay in this unique loft style tiny-home residence. Featuring a mezzanine bedroom, accessed by ladder (see photos), full kitchen and generous dining and lounge area. It is bright, modern and cosy. French doors at the rear lead onto a beautiful sheltered stone BBQ terrace and lawn. The home is located on the Burren, 5 km from Kinvara on a quiet side road. Please note that the toilet is a new state-of-the-are composting toilet.

Cosy apartment in The Burren, Co Clare. Sleeps 2
Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Cosy apartment in The Burren, Co Clare. Sleeps 2Overlooking Galway Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way route - "TideAway" Cottage in the coastal village of New Quay, Burren, Co Clare offers a bright, airy & fully equipped self-catering 1 bedroom holiday apartment. This is the ideal place to relax from the hustle and bustle: take a stroll/swim in nearby beach- (5 mins walk away), hop across the road to dine/wine by the seashore in a renowned seafood restaurant or explore the surrounding unspoiled natural landscape of The Burren National Park.

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Popular amenities for County Galway holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great holiday rentals in County Galway

  1. Entire cottage
  2. Leenane
Sea Breeze Cottage - A Cozy Three Bed
  1. Barn
  2. Clonbur
TheTophouse, Rustic old stable/barn
  1. Entire guest house
  2. County Galway
Cois na Mara, Indreabhán (Inverin), Co. Galway
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Cong
Explore the Home of Ashford from a Blissful Base
  1. Entire guest house
  2. Roscommon
Cosy 1 Bedroom Garden Room for rent in Roscommon
  1. Barn
  2. Galway
Cottage Retreat - Step back in time
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cong
Chestnut Cottage, Lisloughrey, Cong
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Spiddal Holiday Homes
Luxury apartment with beautiful view
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Clifden
Wonderful 2 bed cottage in Clifden
  1. Entire residential home
  2. County Galway
Home Away from Home
  1. Private room
  2. County Galway
Stunning Views ,Boutique accomodation,Kinvara.
  1. Entire guest house
  2. Inverin
Bright & spacious chalet, 4k from Spiddal.

Top-rated things to do in County Galway

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  • Galway's legendary walking tour !
    The legendary tour centers around the tale of the Lynch family. Its a fascinating tale of how Walter Lynch is accused and tried for the murder of a visiting Spaniard who was a little too interested in his beautiful wife to be...or was he ? The story ends in a dramatic climax...but you will have to take the tour for that finale ! We also look at the legend of the Claddagh ring with a tale connected to Caribbean pirates, North African slave owners and a gold ring that speaks of eternal love. Christopher Columbus makes his appearance too, looking for a new way to China, but worrying that Atlantis might stand in his way. These and other tales are woven together in a 80-90 minute walk through the city. Its taken at a gentle pace to bring in all the major places of interest and embed them into the story of our city. Other things to note Dont worry about it raining - we have plenty of places to hide out of the rain !
    From Price:£12/person
  • Shuck Off- For Oyster Lovers
    Dive in to an informative oyster experience where humour dictates the script. To begin, you’ll discover the inner workings of a coastal oyster warehouse. You’ll learn the local history and be wowed by the science of how tides provide the ideal water for oysters. Then, you’ll explore our aquarium that features some of the fascinating local sea creatures. Finally, master the art of oyster shucking and gather round communal rustic tables to eat your fill of Flaggy Shore oysters along with a suitably paired glass of wine. Other things to note Our premises is a wet environment and can be quite chilly due to the seawater that is flowing through it. For this reason guests should wear warm clothing and appropriate shoes.
    From Price:£43/person
  • Baking Irish Scones and Brown Bread Zoom
    We will bake fruit, lavender and berry scones, and spelt or brown bread. I will bake on my side of the video, while the guest will bake at the same time at their place. Im going to do all the baking step by step with them. I believe in the hands on experience for my guests - from handling ingredients to kneading dough. It isn't all about the cooking, I share lots of tips from my experience over the years. I love to see the faces full of excitement and joy at the sight of the end product - freshly baked scones and bread. And best of all we have lots of fun. Other things to note Just sign in and let me entertain and educate at the same time.... it will be fun !!!
    From Price:£22/person
  • Seaweed & Abalone Farm Tasting Tour
    You'll discover the future of food at our coastal landbased aquaculture farm tucked away amongst the maze of old stone walls in Rossaveel. Guided by Sinead and Cindy, you'll experience the joys of identifying and foraging seaweed along the rugged coastline and enjoy a tour of this modern aquaculture system. We'll provide you with a delicious tasting of fresh seafood dishes that makes use of the seafood grown on the farm as well as fresh wild ingredients foraged from the nearby sea. Other things to note For guests travelling without a car, public transport is available by taking the 424 bus to Kieran’s Cross, Rossaveal and private transport can be arranged by contacting John King Minibus Hire on 00353 876977634 or by emailing
    From Price:£43/person
  • Fairy Pig Walk Picnic
    Please book a group rate for your best price. Arrive at Burren Nature Sanctuary Meet and feed the farm animals including Frisky the goat and her friends Hannah, Mocha and Chino, Jazz and Dolly the alpacas, Frank theLlama and Ruben the rabbit. Continue to Emilia's paddock and meet Emilia the Juliana pig who lives with Dyson the rescued not-so-micro pig! Emilia will run out of her paddock to get her harness on and with help from Mary or Helen, you will learn how to lead Emilia and use the pig paddle to turn and direct her! Laugh a lot! Set off down the nature walk and learn a little about the famine village (Emilia is not a great fan of history...) Lead Emilia around the fairy woodland and learn who lives in the fairy houses. Make a wish in the Fairy wishing well. Take photos with Emila beside the seesaw and share on social media or save as a Christmas card image! Continue your walk unguided around the mile-long nature walk. Order your complimentary take away coffee that will be delivered to you to enjoy outside. Enjoy the rest of the walk and find your picnic basket with delicious fresh food . Subject to cancellation in very bad weather- Emilia does not like heavy rain!
    From Price:£39/person