You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Doolin, Cliffs of Moher, County Clare. It is a Detached Cottage.
This attractive detached holiday home is situated 3.5 miles from Doolin, 4.5 miles from Lahinch seaside resort and within an hour's drive of Shannon airport. Standing on its own spacious open plan grounds the house enjoys spacious living areas, tasteful furnishings and a cosy open fire in the lounge. The large windows boast panoramic countryside and sea views. A perfect base for visiting the famous Cliffs of Moher, with its Cliff walk, the Burren National Park, Alliwee Caves or the bordering county of Galway. Nearby is Liscannor and daytrips to the Aran Islands.
Shop 3 miles. Pub. Restaurant 3.4 miles. Beach 4.5 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, 2nd lounge, utility room, 2 doubles 1 with ensuite shower room, 2 twins, bathroom with separate shower.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, freezer, microwave, w/machine, dryer, hairdryer, alarm clock, uk tv channels, welcome pack, open plan garden, garden furniture, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
Doolin is a small village, the home of traditional music. It extends into Fisherstreet to the famous pub Gus O Connors. This and McGanns pub serve delicious bar food and have nightly traditional music sessions (seasonal). There are a couple of cafe's, restaurants, a hotel, grocery shop, art gallery and art and craft shops
Lahinch is a seaside resort with a blue flag beach and indoor swimming pool. It is very lively at night with live music, nightclubs, a number pubs, restaurants and take-away outlets
Lahinch Adventure Centre offers surfing lessions archery and rock climbing. There is wetsuit and surf hire too.
Lahinch Golf Club is a world - famous classic Irish links with two 18-hole courses, combining a remarkably rugged course topography and a dramatic setting on Ireland's weather-washed Atlantic coast
The Burren region is simply unique - a spectacular array of wild flowers, archaelogy and landscape. View some of Ireland's native flora, from orchid species to the much-loved blue gentian.
The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's top visitor attractions. The Cliffs are 214 m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometres over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. O'Brien's Tower stands proudly on a headland of the majestic Cliffs. From the Cliffs one can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, as well as The Twelve Pins, the Maum Turk Mountains in Connemara and Loop Head to the South.
Walking 0.1 miles. Traditional Music, Fishing, Coastal walks 3.4 miles. Horse riding 4 miles. Golf 4.4 miles. Water sports, Leisure centre and indoor pool, Childrens Playground 4.5 miles.