290.00 PER WEEKRent
Comments from Guest who have stayed here
‘Breathtaking panorama from a beautiful holiday house’
‘ fine picture window for a magnificent view across Clew Bay.’
‘ Across the bay is a fine view of the Reek dominated by Croagh Patrick, while to the left are the numerous little islets – drowned drumlins in the sea, remnants of Ireland’s glaciated past. This whole panorama represents a marvellous view – totally unique!’
‘ it was lovely to sit at breakfast and see the play of light and shadow across this magnificent stretch of water, ever changing always different. A truly special place, to balm to the soul. ‘
blue flag sandy beach 500 meters
shore fishing at pier
super views of Clew Bay and Croagh Patrick
Beautiful’ Atlantic drive’
Bicycle hire – Clew Bay Hire
Greenway cycle path(42km) runs behind the property
Take boat trip to inner Clew Bay with Mrs. Hughes Clynish and watch the seals and maybe some dolphins playing
Mulranny hotel adjacent with swimming pool and Jacuzzi
Kayaking – island hop by sea kayak and explore cliffs and caves from water level and bird life on uninhabited islands with Ali Donald
Ballycroy National Park – interactive exhibition on the habitats of the area. Also nature trail with pond.
Bellacragher Bay boat club – in Claggan, Ballycroy -welcomes visitors to try out sailing . During summer months there may be opportunities to cruise to Inishturk and Inishboffin.
There are often crew places available.
Clew Bay Cruise – Cruise among some of the 365 islands of Clew Bay with lovely views of Clare island and John Lennon’s Island where he used to stay in the sixties. Also view the birdlife otters and seals.
Windsurfing Blackfield Surf School
Canoeing Windwise Watersports
Cliff walk at Minaun provides beautiful views and photo opportunities
Clare Island -12th century Cistercian Abbey
– Grannuaille’s castle
– promontory fort
– megalithic court tomb
– fulachta fiadh
– long history of habitation dating back to 3,500B.C
Ferry to Clare Island from Roonagh Quay runs most of the year.
Newport house owns fishing rights for large tract of the Newport river and hires rods at day rates to non residents. Fishing can be done from the bank – no wading required. Or a boat may be hired.
Lots more information will be supplied on activities and sites of interest in the area. Also suggestions for some fish restaurants locally.
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