Emlaghmore Cottage

Connemara cottage, four hundred yards off the coast road, 10 km from Roundstone and 4 km from Ballyconneely.

Emlaghmore Cottage was built in stone in about 1905, with just three rooms, and was extended in the 1960s to make a holiday home for a family. It stands on about ¾ acre running down to Maumeen lake, and is about 400 yards off the coast road (The Wild Atlantic Way) in a secluded situation with fine views. It has a shed with a supply of turf for the open fire in the living room, and garden furniture. There is a boat for anglers on the lake.

There are night storage heaters and electric radiators, TV &DVD player & Wi-Fi. The kitchen/dining area has bottle gas cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer and dishwasher, and is fully equipped with food processor and utensils, including a pot big enough to cook the lobsters, and a larder with wine rack. The utility room has a washing machine and tumble drier.

There is a store, with a cot, high chair, and a collection of wellingtons, life jackets, body boards, buckets and spades, and some games in case of bad weather.

We supply bed linen, duvets and bath towels. Please bring your own for sea bathing. You are charged for electricity at cost price.

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Explore the area






Aran Islands - 44 min drive
Omey Island  - 30 min drive
Kylemore Abbey - 30 min drive
Clifden Castle - 10 min drive
Sky Road - 12 min drive
Ireland West Airport - 110 min drive

Nicholas Tinne

4 Bedrooms - Sleeps 8

From €492 - €952 per week

Open all year

No Credit Cards accepted

Self Catering


Nicholas Tinne


4 Bedrooms - Sleeps 8


From €492 - €952 per week


Open all year


No Credit Cards accepted


Self Catering

Click for more Information

Explore the area






Aran Islands - 44 min drive
Omey Island  - 30 min drive
Kylemore Abbey - 30 min drive
Clifden Castle - 10 min drive
Sky Road - 12 min drive
Ireland West Airport - 110 min drive

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“When you stay at Roundwood, you travel in time, to a place where you felt free of stress, free of pressure, free of demands, with nothing to concern you other than what volume to pluck from the library shelf, and what gin to choose for a drink, and what wine to choose to match with Paddy’s excellent cooking at dinner…”

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“If Roundwood has just come up in your search, and if you’re trying to avoid a bland, cookie-cutter hotel experience, book it now. You’ll never forget it! The family and the staff are friendly, attentive and kind and you’re likely to swap stories with the most interesting of fellow guests.This is our first visit since we held our wedding ceremony and celebration there 4 years ago and we’ll be back as often as we can ♥️” 

Martina Farragher, Google Review, 2019

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