3 Bedroom (Sleeps 7) Cottage in Galway

Luxury Connemara Cottage Close To Wild Atlantic Way With Panoramic Views Of The Sea And Mountains

At a glance: Child Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Garden.
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Owner/Property Manager: Michael Parrott
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Property Type: Cottage
Location: Galway
Sleeps: 7
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Bathrooms: 3
Minimum nights stay: 7
Low season price per week: £700
High season price per week: £1260
Average price per week:£980
Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability


The cottage is on the West Coast of Ireland at the end of the Rosmuc peninsula, in the townland of Garrivinnagh. The surrounding area is known as Connemara in County Galway. It is on the Atlantic side of the "Wild Atlantic Way", the 1,600 mile route that runs down the entire West Coast of Ireland.

The Rosmuc peninsula is one part of Ireland where commercialism hasn't arrived; in fact the planning rules mean that it should stay that way. It is located in the "Gaeltacht", an area where Irish remains the first language.

The cottage is surrounded by Kilkieran Bay and, as it is in an elevated position, there are breath-taking views of the sea, islands and mountains out of every window. If you are looking for somewhere to relax, wind down and watch ever-changing skies and beautiful sunsets, this is the place for you.

If you would like to see an aerial view of Garafin here is a URL that will take you to a YouTube video. Simply copy and paste the URL into the address bar of your web browser. Seacht is the cottage in the foreground on the right at the beginning of the video.


Connemara is an area of great natural beauty. There is not only the wild Atlantic coastline, but literally hundreds of loughs interconnected by rivers and streams, all against the backdrop of the Twelve Bens and Maam Turk mountain ranges. It is an excellent area for walking or, if you are less energetic, for going for drives through the valleys that separate the Bens and the Turks. Or just off the coast there are the Aran Isles with their unusual rocky landscape and ancient ring forts.

If, however, you are looking for a little more civilisation, the City of Galway is only about an hour's drive away. Galway is a bustling place with a very Irish atmosphere about it. There are street performers to entertain you, pavement restaurants at which to eat and interesting pubs where you can relax and enjoy a pint of Guinness. Galway is always worth a visit, even if it is just for the "Craic" - that's Irish for having a great time!

57 Reviews - 5/5 Average Rating

Amazing location, property and owner!

By Emma M on 22-Oct-2023

Beautifully clean, cosy and welcoming. Furniture and fittings are of the best quality and very well cared for. Very good communication from Mike, the owner, who goes the extra mile to make sure you really enjoy your stay and have everything you need. The views from every window are stunning and the location very peaceful. We look forward to returning.

Blown away by the setting

By Ged Wilmot on 30-Sep-2023

When we arrived at Seacht, we were blown away by the setting. It''''s in a beautiful spot with stunning views of the Connemara hills and the North Atlantic Ocean all around. It''''s an extremely peaceful location and the perfect place to recharge and reconnect with nature. The house itself was immaculate and had everything you could need including lots of books, jigsaws and games. The lounge was perfect for seating us all around the large table to play games. The bedrooms were spacious and the beds all very comfortable. It can be often be a lottery as to whether you get beds as comfortable as the ones you have at home when you go on holiday, but we needn’t have worried - these were really great quality mattresses. The opening roof windows in the two bedrooms upstairs gave a spectacular view out across the rugged coastline, and on a clear night, you can see a sky full of stars. The kitchen is small but very well equipped with everything we needed to prepare meals. Mike was very attentive both before, during and after our stay, making sure we were happy, checking if there was anything we needed and answering any questions we had. We had plenty of days out, driving 45-60 mins to get to places like Galway City (‘Trad on the Prom’ is a fantastic show if it’s on when you visit), Dogs Bay (absolutely stunning beach - could be in the Caribbean!) and Kylemore Abbey (beautiful setting, look for the secret fairy woodland if you have little ones). We absolutely loved Galway and Seacht was the perfect place to stay. Thanks Mike for allowing us the opportunity to stay in your lovely holiday home! ❤️

Connemara 2023

By Cornelia W. on 10-Sep-2023

Absolutely fantastic!!!!!


2 SEPT 2023 - 3 NOV 2023 AUTUMN SEASON £910
4 NOV 2023 - 29 MAR 2024 WINTER SEASON £700
30 MAR 2024 - 17 MAY 2024 SPRING SEASON £910
18 MAY 2024 - 28 JUNE 2024 EARLY SUMMER SEASON £1050
29 JUNE 2024 - 30 AUG 2024 MID SUMMER SEASON £1260
31 AUG 2024 - 1 NOV 2024 AUTUMN SEASON £910
2 NOV 2024 - 28 MAR 2025 WINTER SEASON £700



Children Welcome


Dining Room
Wood stove
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Tumble Dryer
Living Room
Ironing Board
Video Library


Away from it all
Sports activities
Tourist attractions