Had a really nice stay in this cottage in Clifden, which, as the details say is only a 2 minute walk into the lovely town of Clifden. There is stunning countryside right in your doorstep too, as well as some local history in the 18th & 19th century bridges bridges just across the road and the gaol, just around the corner that was last used during the civil war to house Republican prisoners.
We had to slightly re-arrange the furniture to accommodate us all staying in couples to sleep and when we relaxed at night time after a days touring and exploring, but that wasn't a problem. The only issue was an overpowering smell of heating oil in the Kitchen, that seemed to come from the utility room, where the boiler resides. We had to leave the window on the latch at night and put towels under the door to prevent the smell spoiling what was otherwise a really nice stay.
There was initially a problem on our first morning when we ran out of hot water for showers, but I spoke to Bridgette, who explained the use of the immersion heater on the top of the landing and with this and some careful planning, we had no other problems in that regard.