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Cnoc Breac

Cleggan Connemara, Galway, H71 FF82

Review Score: Superb 9.3/10

10km from Clifden


Meet your host…

Mary King

A warm welcome awaits you at Cnoc Breac Bed and Breakfast. I have been welcoming guests into my home for many years now and have enjoyed every minute of it. There is so much to explore in our area and we are happy to point you in the right direction to find those hidden gems.

Cleggan
H71 FF82

Cnoc Breac is a home-from-home bed and breakfast located in Cleggan, County Galway. The welcoming hosts, Mary and Tom King, will provide guests with Irish hospitality in a peaceful location. The rooms are bright, clean and comfortable with Atlantic Ocean views or tranquil countryside. Breakfast is served daily in the bright dining room giving guests a good start to the day.

How to get here

Take N59 from Galway to Clifden. Continue on N59 towards Westport for 3 miles. You will see signpost for Cleggan on left. Go straight through Cleggan for 1 km and you will see signpost for Cnoc Breac on right.

Sat Nav: Lat (53.558770) - Long (-10.114100)

Facilities

  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Irish Spoken
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

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Overall Score

9.3/10
Superb

 

Jim & Martha Parks

19 Jul 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Cleggan was out favorite place on our 10 day trip. Stayed 3 nights here. Room was clean comfortable and the view superb. Mary & Tom are excellent hosts! We took their advice and took ferry to Inishfobin Island, and stayed all day hiking and enjoying the island. From Cnoc Breac we walked the pathway to the town every evening, dinner at Olivers is very good and Joyce's Pub was also good. On Inisfobin , even better food and desserts... A great trip wish we could have stayed her a couple more nights.

Host's Reply:
Thank you Jim and Martha. Delighted that you enjoyed your stay with us at Cnoc Breac.

Davina McPheron

29 Jun 2019 
Review Score: 7/10

My husband and I spent 2 days in this beautiful bed and breakfast. It was a bit of a drive to get to the location but I am so very glad we did! It was one of my favorite bed and breakfasts that we visited on our trip. The beaches are a 2 minute drive down the road and are breath taking. I cant wait to visit Ireland again and this bed and breakfast will be on my list to stay in again for sure! Also the coffee was some of the best coffee I have ever had. Cant stop thinking about it!

Host's Reply:
Thank you for your kind comments. So glad that you enjoyed your stay with us at Cnoc Breac

Lorraine

17 Jun 2019 
Review Score: 9/10

What a beautiful location, views from the B&B are fantastic. Mary is a lovely, warm , welcoming host ( especially as we were travelling on a motorcycle & the weather wasn't the greatest !). The room was immaculate and very spacious ( considering all our gear ). Had dinner at Oliver's which was an easy walk into the village. Breakfast was fab & more than enough. Thank you Mary & Tom x

Host's Reply:
Thank you Lorraine for your kind comments. We enjoyed having you stay with us at Cnoc Breac. Hope you enjoyed the rest of your trip around Ireland.

Karon J McGill

28 Sep 2018 
Review Score: 10/10

My husband and I had a wonderful stay. The beds were so comfortable, the rooms were large and clean, comfortable and still felt homey. The breakfast was filling and varied.We love the views from the home and the nearby town was so nice. We would recommend this bed and breakfast to anyone!

CARLIE Hall

19 Jul 2018 
Review Score: 9/10

Great home with amazing views of the countryside and western coastline of Ireland. Sweet hosts with nice rooms and delicious breakfast!

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