Wrens Cottage

Breathtaking Scenery

content_cottages_wrens_002.jpgThis addition to the Delphi cottage portfolio has been beautifully restored and overlooks Finlough and Mweelrea mountain. Facing west, it often gets spectacular sunsets.

Larger than the Boathouse Cottages, Wrens holiday cottage sleeps 6 to 8 guests and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, all at ground floor level. The master bedroom, with ensuite bathroom, features a super King-size double bed. Of the other two bedrooms, one has a double and a single bed and the other has 3 singles. The bathrooms have power showers and bathtubs. The kitchen is well-equipped with an oven, electric hob, microwave and washing machine. The sitting room has a large open fireplace and, for news addicts, satellite TV. There is comprehensive central heating throughout.

All the Delphi Holiday Cottages are attractively located in this valley of staggering beauty. The local wildlife, featuring otters, badgers, pine martens, peregrine falcons and myriad wild flowers, is exceptional. The cottages, being surrounded by some of the highest mountains in the west of Ireland, are also popular with hill-walkers, artists and those in search of a quiet hideaway.

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23/09/2016

September Storms

As is often the case here in September we tend to get the tail end of the hurricanes that sweep through the east coast of Northern and Central America. This year has been no different and we experienced […]

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18/09/2016

Food and Wine Evening – 5th of October

Delphi is delighted to host a food and wine evening on Wednesday the 5th of October. It is an evening to celebrate our excellent Irish beef supplied by Gilligan Meats from Co Roscommon. Padraig Gilligan and his family are […]

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04/09/2016

August Report – Very Good Sea Trout

Salmon fishing here at Delphi was difficult in August with a total of thirteen salmon landed for the month. Fishing conditions throughout the month were good with a total of 166.4mms (6.55”) which kept water levels up. Sea […]

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