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A beautifully designed four-bedroom detached family home set on approximately 0.54 acre. It was designed by MJD architects (2006), with the brief of maximising living space and the elevated views of Lough Corrib. This delightful residence offers captivating 180-degree views of the lake and panoramas that capture the essence of the west of Ireland.
Now that the children are back to school, it is time to start planning some winter sun holidays. The advice from Corrib Travel is, as always, book as soon as possible.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering to the market via private treaty, a lovely city centre townhouse located at No 5 Dock Street. The property is presented in excellent condition with ample living space in one of Galway's most popular residential locations.
Corrib Mask Search and Rescue is set to receive €42,000 for the replacement of its current rescue vessel on Lough Corrib with a new rigid inflatable boat, under the latest round of funding from the LEADER programme.
Lynch auctioneers will offer for auction these two properties in the city centre and Salthill next Thursday, May 16, at 3pm in the Victoria Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway.
The Corrib Great Southern has been closed for 11 years and been on the Galway City Council Derelicts site register in 2017, but when will action to taken on this "derelict pile" that is also attracting anti-social behaviour?
It is time to dust off your bike and get in gear as registration is now open for the 25th annual Tour de Lough Corrib cycle, in aid of Croí, the heart and stroke charity. The Croí charity cycle takes place on Sunday, June 9, around Lough Corrib, in association with Corrib Oil, the cycle’s main sponsor for the past 25 years.
O'Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a magnificent three bed detached property situated on a private site measuring circa 1.5 acres with meticulously manicured gardens surrounding. The property provides elegance, privacy, and tranquillity with all the attractions and amenities of Galway city and Moycullen within easy reach.
A newly formed group is hoping to restore the Corrib and waterways to their "former glory".
‘Westward Ho! Let us rise with the sun, and be off to the land of the west - to the lakes and streams - the grassy glens and fern-clad gorges - the bluff hills and rugged mountains - now cloud-capped, then revealed in azure, or bronzed by evening’s tints, as the light of day sinks into the bold swell of the Atlantic….’ So begins Sir William Wilde’s famous Lough Corrib - Its Shores and Islands (published 1867), adorned with wonderful woodcuts, as he calls us all to join him as if in a bi-plane, to swoop and dive over its 200km of clear water, fed from rushing streams off the Connemara mountains, giving life to its foreshore and islands where people have lived since the dawn of time, fishing its shallows and its dark deeps; and where monks sought an earthly haven for prayer and solitude.