You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Carrigaholt, Loop Head Peninsula, County Clare. It is a Detached Character Cottage.
This charming detached former gardener's cottage is on a mature half acre site 2.5 miles from Carrigaholt village and 4.5 miles from Kilkee seaside resort. The cottage is well equipped and comfortable with a feature stone fireplace. The enclosed garden has a spring well that supplies the water to the house and a small orchard to enjoy. Carrigaholt, with its clean sandy beach and pier is popular for fishing and for its boat excursions to dolphin watch. The Long Dock pub seafood restaurant is a joy. Kilkee has nightly entertainment, shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as kayaking and scuba diving tuition on the beach.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 2.5 miles. Beach 1320 yards.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, double, double with single, bathroom with shower over bath.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge with small ice box, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, hairdryer, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, patio area, patio furniture, private off road parking. One small pet welcome.
Carrigaholt village has a renowned seafood pub restaurant.
The double bedroom has access on one side and hooks for hanging clothing.
About Loop Head:
This beautiful cottage is located in the Loop Head peninsula, an area of unspoilt beauty offering a unique experience to holidaymakers. A recent winner of the Ireland EDEN Award (a sustainable tourism award) Loop Head is the ideal location for nature lovers with beautiful beaches, coastal and cliff scenery and activities to enjoy such as birdwatching, cycling, deep sea-fishing and river fishing.
There are three golf courses within 12.5 miles (20 km) of the cottage, Doonbeg, Kilkee and Kilrush.
A boat trip from Carrigaholt to see the pod of wild dolphins from Carrigaholt village is an exciting and memorable day out.
The Bridges of Ross a natural sea arch offers impressive cliff views and is regarded as one of the main bird watching locations on the west of Ireland.
About County Clare:
Co Clare takes great pride in its strong cultural and heritage tradition through the numerous festivals and events held within the County. Musicians from all over the world come to Doolin, to play together in informal sessions.
In July each year, Milltown Malbay hosts the largest summer school worldwide for traditional Irish music, song and dance.
Lisdoonvarna celebrates one of the oldest traditions in Ireland with the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival at the beginning of September.
Other popular day trips include:
Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle, Craggaunowen Pre Historic Park, Ailwee Cave, Scattery island, The Burren, Aran Islands, Loop Head lighthouse. Car ferry to Kerry. Bike hire available nearby.
Coastal walks, Fishing 1 miles. Horse riding 5 miles. Traditional Music, Swimming Pool, Golf 7 miles.
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