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When booking the Cave Cottage, you really have no idea what you're in store for. You see the pictures, read the description, look at Google Street View, etc, but you really don't know what you're in for until you get there. For us, it was...More
The road to the cottage is already breathtaking. You drive right by the water and during the magic hour a beautiful orange inundates the view. We found the key to the cottage where expected, everything was spotless and we immediately felt welcomed.
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Four of us stayed here (all adults) and we chose it because the setting sounded perfect (and was very lovely) on the bay! The problem was that the bed in the downstairs room was broken (slats down in the middle) and so it was really...More
We went to stay in this idyllic little cottage for five nights and certainly did not want to come home. Its ideal location situated a few steps down to unspoilt bay coupled with the breath taking view of rolling hills behind it made it what...More
Cave Cottage is my favourite rejuvenation spot, the stillness and quiet is just magical. Breakfast by the water, walks in the Burren, oysters in Morans, sea swims and sitting by the cosy fire, its so good for the body and soul!
If you want a...More
200 Year old thatched cottage right on the sea in a tranquil bay. This highly recommended but secluded spot, lies undisturbed in a traditional Irish community. Only an hour from Shannon airport and twenty minutes to Galway City.