About Us


We have 4 en-suite bedrooms (3 double and 1 Family) individually decorated which offer the highest standard of comfort. You can also relax in the private lounge with real turf fire, as well as TV and DVD player. Or why not enjoy a peaceful afternoon on the decking overlooking the bay until the sun sets.

Breakfast is wholesome and tasty, and dinner is a culinary experience not to be missed (24 hour booking required), with all tastes and diets catered for (see our "Food" page).  The well-being of our guests is always our priority. We are approved by Failte Ireland (4* Irish Home).

Thanks to our comprehensive knowledge of the area, we will be delighted to help you discover the breathtaking beauty of Connemara, whether you want to visit all the local attractions or simply stay "off the beaten track". We have a shed for storage of bicycles or outdoor gear as well as drying facilities.

You will come for the value for money, but will stay for the charm and welcome that our home has to offer.

Mary and Sylvain

About Cashel

The village of Cashel in Connemara is set in a beautiful location on Cashel Bay, an inlet of Bertraghboy Bay. It was in this scenic village, in 1969, that General de Gaulle, the famous French statesman, spent a holiday after he resigned the presidency of France. Cashel is an excellent holiday destination for the keen angler and takes its name from a circular stone fort, the remains of which lie on the slope of a mountain about 1 km to the north-east. Walking and cycling are also very popular in the area.

Located just 5 km to the west of Cashel you will find Toombeola Bridge, near which are the remains of a Dominican Abbey, founded in 1427, by one of the O’Flaherty clan which held sway over Connemara until the reign of James II. Cashel lies along the western seaboard of Connemara at the head of beautiful Bertraghboy Bay. To the north, Cashel Hill rises over 1000 feet with its breathtaking views of the jagged coastline - saffron coloured by seaweed covered rocks and featuring many picturesque stone built harbours and slipways. 

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