You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Ennis, Market Town, County Clare. It is a Detached Annexe.
This delightful annexe is located on the grounds of the owner's home, less than 3 miles from Ennis town centre thirty minutes from Shannon Airport. Self-contained with its own private access, it is tastefully decorated and well-furnished, comprising of a large double bedroom and a quality lounge sofa. Ennis is a lively market town with charming shops and restaurants, a cinema, theatre and public swimming pool. Within 30 minutes is the sea with superb surf beaches and sport activities. Must see attractions include the Burren National Park, Cliffs of Moher, Aillwee Caves, Loop Head Peninsula or, closer to home, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park.
Shop. Pub 1 mile. Restaurant 1.5 miles. Beach 20 miles.
GF: lounge with double sofa bed, kitchen/diner. FF: double, shower room.
Electricity and oil central heating included, linen and towels included, travel cot, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge with small ice box, microwave, realistic coal effect fire, w/machine, welcome pack, fully enclosed shared garden, patio area, decked area, garden furniture, off road parking, trampoline. Sorry no pets.
Ennis is a picturesque market town rich in traditional music and culture. There are numerous lively pubs, gourmet restaurants and boutiques to be enjoyed during your stay.
Ennis Street Festival - 3rd July * 5th July
Ceili at the Crossroads Festival, Clarecastle * 12th July * 19th July
Merriman Summer School * 12th August * 16th August
Ennis Fashion Week * 19th September * 26th September
Ennis Food Festival * 24th September * 27th September
Cliffs of Moher (27 miles) - The Cliffs are 214m 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.
The Burren National Park (15 miles) - The Burren, situated in north-west Clare, covers over 300 square kilometres and is of extreme importance to geologists, botanists and archaeologists from Ireland and beyond. As the largest karstic limestone area in Western Europe, the Burren is an anomaly in the Irish landscape and continues to fascinate geologists who come to study its limestone patterns, underground rivers and grykes (cracks).
Bunratty Castle (16 miles) - A must see during your visit. This is your chance to experience a window on Ireland's past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk Park. The Castle is furnished with mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings. Medieval Banquets are held in the Castle year round (reservations necessary).
Loop Head Peninsula (54 miles) *right in the middle of the Wild Atlantic Way the Loop Head Peninsula boasts some of the most breath-taking scenery and in 2010 it became a European Destination of Excellence in aquatic tourism.
Bustling Galway City (40 miles) - Wander Galway City's cobble-stoned streets and feel yourself stepping back in time to Medieval Ireland. Known the world over for its friendly people, charming streets, shopping and nightlife, Galway will refresh flagging spirits like no other place.
Enjoy a ferry crossing from Killimer (30 miles) to Tarbert on Shannon Ferries to see all the attractions Kerry has on offer.
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