…and a warm Irish welcome that quotes W.B. Yeats: ‘there are no strangers here, only friends you haven’t yet met‘’.
Situated on the edge of Cleggan Bay, surrounded by sandy beaches, breathtaking views of the islands and mountains.
See the Dolphins ‘leap’, take fishing trips, daily boat trips to Inish Bofin island, sea angling, golfing, pony trekking, Mountain Climbing, Island Hopping, lots of places to visit of natural and historical interest.
As featured in ‘Le Guide Du Routard’ and ‘The Lonely Planet’ . Bord Fáilte 3-Star rating.
Cleggan is a small, sleepy fishing village situated at the head of Cleggan Bay on the Atlantic Coast of Ireland, part of the most stunning of regions – Connemara. Cleggan has even been featured on BBC2′s ‘Coast’ series as an idyllic place to live or visit – click on this link to view…
Just 1km past the village lies the Ocean Wave Bed and Breakfast, which overlooks Cleggan Bay and InishBofin Island (among many other Islands) and is surrounded by not one but three beaches! Ocean Wave will spoil you with comfortable and spacious rooms, homemade soda bread and hearty Irish breakfasts, stunning views, and friendly local knowledge that goes back generations. Why not take a short walk in the morning and meet our free-range, organic hens (fresh eggs guaranteed)? And make sure you look out into the Bay for any of the “pods” of dolphins that are regular visitors.
A “home away from home” stay is guaranteed.