10 April 2010
30 March 2010
28 March 2010
26 March 2010
These pretty, traditional thatched cottages have open plan living/dining room with TV and open fire.
The kitchens are fully equipped with cooker, fridge, dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer.
Ground floor bathroom with shower. Storage heating throughout. Bed linen included and towels are available to hire.
Type A – 2 double, 1 twin & 1 bunk – 1 main bathroom
Type B – 1 double, 1 twin & 1 bunk – 1 main bathroom
Type F – 2 double (1 en-suite) & 1 twin – 1 main bathroom
Electricity and gas used for heating and light is an extra charge payable by the client to the Supervisor before departure. The charge is based on the individual meter reading and it is recommended that the cost per unit be checked at the outset.
A €100 Security Deposit is requested on arrival, this will be refunded 7 days after departure provided that there have been no breakages/damages.
Cots & High Chairs available (please request at time of booking). for
Pets are welcome at Ballyvaughan Holiday Cottages at a cost of €20 per stay to be paid on arrival
The village lies at the edge of the Burren region on the Southern shore of Galway Bay. The cottages are located in the centre of the village and are within walking distance of all amenities including traditional singing pubs and excellent seafood restaurants.
Corcomroe Abbey, the Ailwee Caves, the Portal Dolman and many other historical landmarks are a short drive away, or if you prefer to relax, there are sandy beaches within easy access.
Dates you requested are available. Please proceed to booking.
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An oasis in the heart of the Burren.
Ballyvaughan is located between the Burren and the southern coastline of Galway Bay. It is located on the N67 and is 39km from Ennis. 59km from Shannon Airport. Ballyvaughan is a fishing village. The beaches and coastline of Ballyvaughan are ideal for swimming, kayaking, boating and fishing. There is an abundance of pubs, restaurants, craft workshops.
The surrounding Burren area is renowned for its archeology, and it’s Arctic, Alpine and Mediterranean plants which grow all over the limestone landscape. Ballyvaughan is surrounded by megalithic tombs such as Poulnabrone Dolmen, celtic ring fort, medieval churches and castles.
The tourist information office is located in the craft shop at The Village Stores on the main street, next door to the Spar supermarket
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