An Tigh Padraig Watt is a quaint rustic house in the Irish speaking Gaeltacht District.
An Tigh Padraig Watt or Padraig Watt’s house in Irish, is steeped in local history. Padraig returned from America in the 1930’s and constructed this two-story house of stone, coral and wood on the site beside his parents thatched cottage. The cottage still stands there today but is too damp to live in right now.
This quiet private hideaway in the centre of South Connemara that would suit one or two people who require time for contemplation, relaxation, walking, reading, creative activities or spending time with friends and family
It is situated just outside the village of Carraroe (An Cheatru Rua) on the way towards the famous Coral strand (Tra an Doilin).
The village of Carraroe is surrounded by hideaway beaches and quiet walks and fishing inlets and is the home for the traditional Hooker Boats.