Now, we feature a fair bit of unique accommodation in the where to stay section of this website.
Today we’re off to Galway to have a look at a gorgeous little cottage that comes with its very own private pub!
Welcome the very cosy O’Mainnin’s Cottage Bar
You’ll find this little cottage on a quiet property in Glenamaddy, where it’s the perfect escape for couples in search of a night away.
The self-contained cottage has one bedroom, a fully equipped kitchen and spacious lounge area all decorated in a traditional Irish cottage aesthetic.
And, yes, a home bar
Of course, the most unique feature is its built-in bar in the lounge from where you can serve drinks and cosy up by the stove fire.
It’s in a pretty rural area but you’re also just 45 minutes from Galway city and one hour to Sligo, if you want to explore some larger towns and cities.
How the hosts describe it
‘A quaint Cottage, located on the hosts property, and situated in a rural setting. The Cottage is truly unique as it comes with its own built-in Bar and traditional old Irish Cottage Interior.
It comes equipped with a fully fitted kitchen, down stairs toilet and shower room and a spacious Lounge/Bar area. A cosy double bedroom is located on the upper floor of the property.
On arrival guests will be welcomed by hosts and will be given a walk through of the property.’
How much a night will set you back
So, to check the price we’ve popped in a weekend in July (Friday to Sunday) for two people sharing. Here’s how much it’ll set you back:
- Total: €288
- Per person: €144
- Book a night or see more here
- Note: If you book a night through the link above, we’ll make a tiny commission. You won’t pay extra but it’ll help us greatly, so cheers if you do!
Discover more unique Irish accommodation
If you hop into the where to stay section of our site, you’ll discover a tonne of weird and wonderful places to stay in Ireland.
Places to stay in Ireland that have availability in June, July and August
Although many holiday homes and Airbnbs in Ireland have been booked out for this summer, there’s still plenty with a lot of availability.
If you fancy having a nosey at what’s still on offer, click on one of the dates below to find places to stay with plenty of availability!
Keith O’Hara has lived in Ireland for 34 years and has spent most of the last 10 years creating what is now The Irish Road Trip guide. Over the years, the website has published thousands of meticulously researched Ireland travel guides, welcoming 30 million+ visitors along the way. In 2022, the Irish Road Trip team published the world’s largest collection of Irish Road Trip itineraries. Keith lives in Dublin with his dog Toby and finds writing in the 3rd person minus craic altogether.