About Ray's Country Cottages Bishop's Quarter, Ballyvaughan, Burren!
Three of the cottages are located in former orchard grounds behind an old stone courtyard, each well separated from the other houses. The entrance to these homes is through an Archway from the Main Street. One cottage is in an elevated location nearby with the Burren mountains raising in the back of the house.
Each cottage has its own private garden and the interiors are spacious, bright and sunny. Key features include ground floor accommodation, Digital TV, master bedroom en-suite and Gold Shield low cost energy consumption.
The living rooms are tastefully furnished with comfortable seating and include TV and Stereo units as well as an open fire place. A small choice of literature/magazines is available in each cottage. [see pictures here...]
The spacious kitchens are equipped with all modern amenities including electric cooker, microwave, washer/dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, all tableware & kitchen utensils. The dining area has wooden tables and seating for 6 people (additional high chairs provided), a large sliding glass door opens directly to the back garden and offers unrestricted views onto the countryside. [see pictures here...]
The cottages feature three bedrooms each either with double or twin beds. Baby cribs are available on request. One bedroom is on the ground floor, two bedrooms are on the upper floor, one of which is the master bedroom with ensuite shower/WC/hand basin. The family bathroom is on the ground floor and features hand basin, WC and bathtub or shower over tub. Most of the upper bedrooms offer spectacular views onto the countryside and on Galway Bay. Additional comfortable (arm-)chairs provide reading/relaxing space with a view. Hair dryers are provided in all cottages. [see pictures here...]
"All the interiors are quite admirable, notably very spacious, bright and sunny, with soft lights for cosy evenings, good quality fabrics, easy on the eye colour schemes, well equipped kitchens, in brief a great sense of style"
The Good Holiday Cottage Guide