Clifden Glen Cottages
Clifden Glen cottages are located just 1.6 km from Clifden Town, making Clifden Glen the ideal base to explore Connemara and the West of Ireland. These lodges are set in a magnificent natural environment of mountains and meadow with spectacular views. Clifden Glen has something to offer all the family with on site children's play area, crazy golf, football, tennis court and during the summer months the on site Club house bar is open to all guests.
The lodges comprise of 3 bedrooms with a double en suite located on the ground floor, a twin bedroom, single bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. Each house has a lounge with TV and an open fireplace, a dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. Bed linen is supplied and towels can be hired at €3 per set. Utilities are an additional charge, they are meter read and paid on departure.
Open plan garden
Play ground on site
Tennis Court on site (charges may apply)
Not wheelchair accessible
Cots/Highchairs on request (additional fee €5)
Pets welcome on request (additional fee €20/ minimum 2 pets)
Bedroom 1: Double bed (en-suite)
Bedroom 2: Twin beds
Bedroom 3: Single bed
Connemara is a paradise for game and sea anglers, mountain walkers, pony trekkers, golfers, scuba divers, rock climbers, canoeists and sailors. Visitors to Connemara can enjoy its beautiful white coral beaches, cliffs, picturesque fishing harbour's and the breathtaking Twelve Bens and Maamturk mountain ranges.
Clifden Town is a truly welcoming town, which boasts a superb selection of pubs, excellent restaurants (with local seafood a specialty in most) and a cosmopolitan shopping experience with the best of Irish designers located at The Platform and many antique and interior design shops. By night Clifden comes alive with music and fun and Market Square is the perfect place to soak up the atmosphere.
The Sky Road Loop, has the most stunning views and can be enjoyed by walking, cycling or driving. There are two routes: the low road and the high road and both have stunning scenery.Take in views from the hills of Clifden bay below and the islands of Inishturk and Turbot. At the summit there is a memorial to the town's founder John D'Arcy, In the distance the town of Clifden with the Twelve Bens Mountains behind it.