Restored stone cottage on Dinish Island with water and electricity, suitable as a holiday home, artist’s or writer’s retreat.
It has a main sitting/living room with stove, which has a bedroom area, and and a loft sleeping area above.
There is also a kitchen with cooker and fridge and fitted presses.
It also has a toilet and shower. The cottage is on about 3/4 acres of land. Beautiful beaches near by.
The island is uninhabited and is accessed by boat across a narrow channel, about 50 Metres across.
Dinish Island is a small island on the coast of Connemara in County Galway, Ireland.
The island is connected to the island of Lettermullen and is part of a group of islands collectively known as Ceantar na nOileán.
The island has no permanent population and is not connected via a bridge, however access is possible via boat.
The island has had a permanent population in recent history with a population of nine families in 1911.
Dinish is mentioned in the essay “In Connemara” by John Millington Synge.
Coordinates 53.262°N 9.754°W
Area; approx 100 acres. Lake in the centre.
The area boasts the contrasting landscape of rugged coastline, sandy beaches and clear crystal waters,
where the Irish language thrives and the traditions and culture of the Gaeltacht are very much alive today.
For further details, please contact;
Helen Cassidy, MRICS B.A.(Mod)MSCSI, Auctioneer and Valuer, Clonbur House, Clonbur, County Galway, Ireland.
00 353 949546868/ 00353 87 2463748
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