The Coastguard Station on the Sky Road in Clifden is a tastefully restored historic building designed to provide the visitor with the best of hospitality and comfort in the midst of some of the finest scenery of Ireland's Atlantic coast.
Built on a steep incline overlooking Clifden Bay and immediately adjacent to the D'Arcy Castle, it could hardly have been better situated for a sweeping view of the surrounding coastline. It is located about two and a half miles west of Clifden where the road splits into an 'upper' and a 'lower' level.
The entrance is about 200 metres from the crossroads on the lower level.
From the doorstep the visitor can access the peace and beauty of the Sky Road and walk for miles in the fresh Atlantic air. In Clifden and the surrounding area there are a variety of shops, restaurants and tourist activities to suit every taste.
The Coastguard Station consists of six Two-Bedroom Townhouses, with bathroom, kitchen/dining/living area and porch.
There is one spacious three-bedroom Officer's House with two bathrooms, large kitchen and dining/living area, and the feature one-bedroom Tower.
All units are centrally heated and the town house's and officer's house have open fireplaces. All the houses have pine floors and fixtures and have been designed and finished to the highest standards. Each house is individually decorated and outfitted with kitchen equipment, radio and television and free wi-fi.