- Bóthar na Choiste means Road of the Coaches and is in the Castlegar, County Galway, Ireland.
- It is so named because the Blakes of Menlo Castle used this as a route for their horse-drawn coaches.
- It connects the South end of the School road to the Headford road (N84).
- This road is winding to circumvent the lower and flooded areas of the time, and the more elevated areas around it.
- Access to the Village Castle in Castlegar Village, is by this road.
- The Northern section of this road was lost and replaced by a wide access road to the new Housing developments.
- Folklore suggested for a time that a Coach was sometimes seen, driven by a headless Coachman.
The East end of the Sandy river is nearby.
Proposals are ongoing (late 2009) to reduce the speed limit to 60 kilometres per hour/ 37.28 miles per hour, for safety reasons.
Coordinates for East end; 53.295874 , -9.016449 See Yahoo map.
Westerly End; 53.296297 , -9.032435 . See Map.