Your accommodation is a beautiful double room in a traditional 1930’s-built, 3-bed farmhouse. The house has many original features – full height ceilings, fireplaces in each of the bedrooms (now decorative), wooden flooring, panelled doors and panelling around the windows. In the main room there is a refurbished 1950’s Rayburn solid-fuel range which provides great heat (there is oil central heating as well). The floor is of local Liscannor flagstone. The house was built by local builder and Kilfenora Céilí Band fiddle player Tom Ward; No wonder then that there is a great sound inside – it’s a special place to play music and take classes.
The house is set two miles from the village of Corofin, on Laura’s neighbour’s farm. You are .7 of a mile off the road so peace and quiet is never an issue. Your window looks out over part of the Corofin Wetlands Special Protection Area, a haven for birdlife – notably whooper swans in the autumn/winter.