Lettery Retreat - Private Rentals - Adams & Butler

Lettery Retreat

Connemara, Ireland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 20 guests
  • Perfect location to explore Connemara
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Connemara, Ireland

Wonderful and Extensive Grounds

5 individually designed bedrooms

Property overview

Lettery Retreat is an exceptional property, offering you and your party all the space and comfort you could wish for in your holiday home in Connemara. This five bedroom property only three minutes’ walk from the hotel is ideal for those looking for extra space and privacy while enjoying all the comforts of the hotel & estate.

Accommodation

The ground floor master suite enjoys magnificent views of Ben Lettery with a dressing room and en-suite with a freestanding bath tub and separate shower. Upstairs has four superior rooms which can be twin or king, all en-suite with large walk in showers. The lodge also enjoys a fully equipped kitchen with dining table, dining room, a lounge with open log fire, a games room with pool table and a yoga studio overlooking the mountain.

Location

Connemara is the area of Western Galway & South Mayo bounded by the Atlantic & Lough Corrib. It is an area beloved by artists & poets who find magical inspiration in its wide-open bogs and towering cloud-capped mountains. Cottages nestle into hillsides where wild looking sheep with thick fleeces & great curling horns freely graze. The rugged coastline is punctuated with little fishing villages. Learn about the Irish Bodhran, the Irish drum in Roundstone and visit the Duc de Stacpoole at the Roundstone Art Gallery. Killary Harbour, a glacial fjord, can be explored on a local cruise. Kylemore Abbey, a Benedictine school, is amazingly beautiful and has a recently restored Victorian garden. Clifden, the capital of Connemara is known for its tweeds. Be sure to follow the Sky Road into Clifden, and if you have time visit some of the coral beaches out towards Roundstone. Letterfrack is home to Connemara National Park. Letterfrack Woodwork & Furniture College is in the village where students design innovative and quality handcrafted furniture. A private cruise on a very stable 36-foot motor catamaran to some of the deserted islands could be arranged. Heading west from Galway city, the villages of Connemara will stretch out before you like a colourful road map of communities and hidden gems just waiting to be explored. Each town or village has its own distinct character and local culture. The diversity of the landscape and the people who populate it offers much to you, the visitor.

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Lettery Retreat

Connemara, Ireland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 20 guests
  • Perfect location to explore Connemara
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Connemara, Ireland

Wonderful and Extensive Grounds

5 individually designed bedrooms

Property overview

Lettery Retreat is an exceptional property, offering you and your party all the space and comfort you could wish for in your holiday home in Connemara. This five bedroom property only three minutes’ walk from the hotel is ideal for those looking for extra space and privacy while enjoying all the comforts of the hotel & estate.

Accommodation

The ground floor master suite enjoys magnificent views of Ben Lettery with a dressing room and en-suite with a freestanding bath tub and separate shower. Upstairs has four superior rooms which can be twin or king, all en-suite with large walk in showers. The lodge also enjoys a fully equipped kitchen with dining table, dining room, a lounge with open log fire, a games room with pool table and a yoga studio overlooking the mountain.

Location

Connemara is the area of Western Galway & South Mayo bounded by the Atlantic & Lough Corrib. It is an area beloved by artists & poets who find magical inspiration in its wide-open bogs and towering cloud-capped mountains. Cottages nestle into hillsides where wild looking sheep with thick fleeces & great curling horns freely graze. The rugged coastline is punctuated with little fishing villages. Learn about the Irish Bodhran, the Irish drum in Roundstone and visit the Duc de Stacpoole at the Roundstone Art Gallery. Killary Harbour, a glacial fjord, can be explored on a local cruise. Kylemore Abbey, a Benedictine school, is amazingly beautiful and has a recently restored Victorian garden. Clifden, the capital of Connemara is known for its tweeds. Be sure to follow the Sky Road into Clifden, and if you have time visit some of the coral beaches out towards Roundstone. Letterfrack is home to Connemara National Park. Letterfrack Woodwork & Furniture College is in the village where students design innovative and quality handcrafted furniture. A private cruise on a very stable 36-foot motor catamaran to some of the deserted islands could be arranged. Heading west from Galway city, the villages of Connemara will stretch out before you like a colourful road map of communities and hidden gems just waiting to be explored. Each town or village has its own distinct character and local culture. The diversity of the landscape and the people who populate it offers much to you, the visitor.

Made to measure

We are Experience
Designers

Our team of highly experienced travel designers will guide you from beginning to end as you embark on a tailor-made journey of distinction, enjoying truly exclusive and authentic cultural experiences. We can fulfil your bucket-list dreams.

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