You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Corofin, Nr Ennis, County Clare. It is a Detached Cottage.
Corofin, a traditional angling centre, is ideally located for exploring the world famous Burren landscape with its abundance of exotic flora and limestone crevices. The Cliffs of Moher, Leamaneh Castle and the Health Spa at Lisdoonvarna are all within touring distance and day trips can be made to the Aran Islands from nearby Doolin. Closer to the cottages, and well worth a visit, are Dysart O'Dea's archaeology centre and the Clare Heritage centre. The cottages are situated overlooking Lake Inchiquin with panoramic views of Mullaghmore and are a 5 minute drive from all the amenities.
Shop. Pub 1 mile. Restaurant 2 miles. Lakeside 176 yards.
GF: lounge/diner, kitchen, bathroom with separate shower. FF: double, twin, adult bunk.
Electricity by meter read, storage heaters, Towels Available at an extra charge of EUR3 per set, open fire (no fuel supplied), linen included, TV, fridge no ice box, microwave, open plan shared garden, off road parking. Sorry no pets.
~Security Deposit EUR100
~Towels are not provided but can be hired for EUR3 per set (1 hand towel and 1 bath towel) if required.
~Cots/ Highchairs Available on request prior to arrival at a charge of EUR5 each
Corrofin has something on offer for the whole family from golfing, fishing, horse riding to a visit to the cinema all within easy reach, with the bustling town of Ennis only 9 miles away from the property. The area offers great pubs with traditional music and restaurants offering varied cuisine - all just a stroll away from the property. There are 5 golf courses available within a 15 mile radius. County Clare borders the Atlantic Ocean. Miles of sandy beaches are a short drive away. SeaWorld is located in Lahinch. Indoor swimming pool with slides. Ideal for the children and the young at heart. Kilkee is another seaside town, with a horseshoe shaped bay very safe for swimming. Amusement arcades, novelties, diving, water activities, water world and rock pools make Kilkee a favourite destination for many. Spectacular cliff views. The Burren natural park is adjacent to Corofin. Featuring a landscape that has been likened to the moon, the Burren was created by glacial deposits as the last ice age retreated - well worth a visit. The Cliffs of Moher and the Aillwee Caves are also spectacular and a must see when in this part of the world. Dolphin watching is available in the town of Carrigaholt only a short distance away and Doolin village is renowned for its traditional music and Irish dancing.
Walking, Cycling 0.01 miles. Bird watching .5 miles. Fishing 1 miles. Traditional Music 2 miles. Horse riding 5 miles. Golf 9 miles. Cinema, Swimming Pool, Childrens Playground 10 miles.
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