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Tack Room Cottage

Villa with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in Loughcooter Demesne, Ireland

From £1,356 per week

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Villa to rent in Loughcooter Demesne, Ireland

Tack Room Cottage is a sedate, elegant home clad in original stone with stable doors and abundant period charm, fused with every contemporary comfort, to provide a refined.

  • Villa
  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Villa overview - owner's description

Tack Room Cottage is a sedate, elegant home clad in original stone with stable doors and abundant period charm, fused with every contemporary comfort, to provide a refined, genteel home nestled within the Lough Cutra Castle Estate in County Galway.

This warm and inviting home was converted in the 1920s from the former tack rooms for the estate's many stables; set within a charming, private cobbled courtyard, with its own entrance and parking. This sumptuous home has fairy tale views of the majestic, awe-inspiring castle.

Tack Room Cottage epitomises “accessible grandeur” - this unique home blends cosy, soft-lit home-spun warmth with ornate, lavish and opulent design touches! Busting with polished antique dark-toned timber, artefacts, plush fabrics and prints, Tack Room Cottage has abundant characterful panache and flamboyant charm - a far cry from an anonymous chain hotel!

In a stylish, charismatic blend of old and new, guests will enjoy top-grade kitchen fittings in a modern farmhouse style kitchen, along with sleek, contemporary touches and unapologetic period charm. The dining room is a vivid canary yellow, punctuated with gilded framed oil paintings and polished dining table for ten, offering a suitably eccentric backdrop for some lively dinner parties!

The living room has a roaring open fire as its centre-piece; rich crimsons and oriental style antiques jostle with soft brown leather upholstery and richly patterns throws, sleek oak flooring offset by bookshelves groaning with good holiday reads.

Guests will be able to curl up in sublime comfort after a busy day enjoying the outdoors, among the candelabras and ambient light emanating from silk shades!

Eight guests can be accommodated across one queen bedroom, two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom; each bedroom is stylised with unique touches and accents of colour, whilst a bold pillar box red bathroom provides a glamorous, rock-star tone! Whether it be a twin room with soft sky lights or lavishly patterned double room with regal accents of rich crimsons, guests will have fun selecting their abode!

Tack Room Cottage blends the best of a secluded and tranquil home alongside the wider estate's facilities, such as organised clay pigeon shooting, fishing equipment hire, pheasant hunting, or refined afternoon teas!

This striking home epitomises relaxed luxury and soft glamour, nestled within a striking castle setting - like a scene from the movies - this is a home with a difference - in one of the most rugged, windswept and beautiful parts of Western Ireland!



  • Living Room with original marble fireplace
  • Dining room with open fireplace
  • Fully-equipped kitchen
  • Bedroom with queen-size bed
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Twin bedroom
  • Utility Room
  • Two bathrooms
  • Guest toilet

Exterior grounds

  • Patio
  • Garden

Within the castle grounds, there are so many opportunities to enjoy unspoilt nature and wildlife; whether it be boating and fishing on Europe's largest privately held lake, horse riding, biking or trekking town a myriad of trails, this is a nature lover's paradise! The delightful gardens comprise elegant lawns, as well as mysterious wooded paths and trails

County Galway, on the western coast of Ireland, is known for its particularly rugged and windswept beauty as well as its more traditional and rural way of life; a visit to this region will provide an authentic taste of the true spirit of Ireland!

This region comprising a compelling and sometimes tragic history, a rich and vibrant architectural heritage with its abundant castles as well as sublime beauty: cliffs, rugged and sandy coastline, islands and bogs.

Among top picks would be a visit to the Aran Islands; the islands are famous for their prehistoric and Christian monuments including the spectacular Dun Aengus. The unique landscape of the islands showcases thousands of miles of stone walls, cliff-top walks and spectacular coastal scenery.

The Cliffs of Moher is one of Ireland's most visited tourist attractions. Situated in North-West Clare between the villages of Liscannor and Doolin, the Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's most spectacular natural wonders.

Galway City has a vibrant and bohemian art scene, as well as eclectic culture, exceptional food and music. As well as being a popular seaside destination with long sandy beaches, Galway is also a thriving and cosmopolitan city centre. It is always a joy to explore with its wonderful cobbled streets, colourful shop facades, and its offbeat and artisan cafe and bar culture!


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This villa is:

31.71km from Galway Airport

Prices and availability

Updated 6 July 2020

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Changeover days and minimum stays

  • 8 August 2020 - 6 January 2022: the minimum stay is 3 nights.



  • Refundable Breakage Deposit

    £902.60 per booking, paid locally



4 bedrooms, Sleeps 8


2 bathrooms


Satellite / cable


Average rating from 13 reviews

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Past bookings: 41 bookings

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