3 bedrooms,1 bathroom, sleeps maximum 7
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Great property....what a view!
Traditional Irish Cottayge in the country. Just a great view...on most days you can seen the Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher in the distance....inspiring. Nearby Doonbeg is a beautiful village with some great Pubs and wonderful people. Highly recommended!
Your home was an excellent choice for us. We had a great stay and would certainly return here again
Thank you, so pleased the cottage suited your needs.
Very nice cosy
All good very nice time
clean, basic comfort, nothing fancy
This home is special because my husband's grandfather was born here in the early 1900's.
Location is quite remote but the close by town of Doonbeg has excellent restaurants and a small grocery. You can see the waves crashing on the rocks from the front window. This view is from the road up the hill. Farms dot the landscape and cows, sheep, horses are all around. A wonderful retreat!
Comfy, amazing view of wild Atlantic. Plenty of pots and pans for meals. Nice walk to beach, rural. Great set up for family. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Thank you so much for your review, we are delighted you enjoyed your stay.
We'll be Back
My wife and I spent 7 days in this wonderful irish cottage. I can't say enough about our stay. The setting is beautiful. We'd have dinner in the friendliest town of Doonbeg. Visit with the locals, and go for walks down old Irish country roads. We sat by a peat fire every night. The cottage was everything we hoped for. Not too much, not too little. The Cliffs of Moher are not far, and if you like an occasional game of golf, there are plenty of courses nearby. Thank you Anne!
Doonbeg is located on the West coast of Co. Clare, 6 miles from the busy market town of Kilrush, on the Shannon, 6 miles from the resort seaside town of Kilkee. It is within one hour's drive of Shannon International Airport
Other Activities: pony treking, bird watching, caving/Burren
Golf: 'Ireland's southwestern coast is home to a pair of the world's most storied Links courses, Bally Bunion and Lahinch. They have come to fruition as championship settings for the game. Between them is a third course - Doonbeg - with a story of its own. Doonbeg's storied seaside dunes were identified by the fathers of Lahinch as early as 1892. Officers of the Scottish Black Watch Regiment, they had searched far and wide for Ireland's perfect coastal site. As legend has it, this dramatic Links Land at Doonbeg was their first choice, but Lahinch was closer to transportation and rail service. Because of 19th century economics, Doonbeg's time would be delayed for another 100 years'. For further details on website addresses, please ask us.