You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Kilkee, Seaside Resort, County Clare. It is a Terraced Townhouse.
Kilkee enjoys breathtaking views over the Atlantic ocean and these modern self catering properties are set around an Iron Age stone fort offering you a sense of both the exhilarating Atlantic and the history of this beautiful region. Located just 10 minutes walk from the beautiful horse shoe shaped beach which Kilkee is famous for they are tastefully furnished and comfortable. Kilkee boast a golf course, diving school, indoor swimming pool and leisure complex, amusement arcades, travelling fairs, weekend market and a great selection of pubs and restaurants. Further afield you can explore the west coast through Lahinch and on to the Cliffs of Moher or why not try a spot of dolphin watching in nearby Kilrush. The exact property is allocated on arrival.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 440 yards.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, single, w.c. FF: double with ensuite shower room, twin, single, bathroom.
Electricity charge EUR5 per day June-September and EUR7per day October-May., linen included, TV, dishwasher, washer/dryer, saorview, open plan shared garden, off road parking. Sorry no pets.
**EUR150 Security Deposit Payable on arrival** If 2 properties are booked together by the same party the security deposit increases to EUR250 per property.
~ The exact property is allocated on arrival. Property interiors from those shown on the listing.
~Towels are not included but may be hired at a charge of EUR4.50. This includes 1 bath towel and 1 hand towel and may be obtained from the on-site supervisor.
Kilkee Surf School
The Kilkee Surf School runs surf camps for kids aged 9 to 16 in Kilkee and Doughmore beaches every week of the summer holidays starting on July 3rd. The surf camp is two hours of surfing each day, Monday to Friday. Mondays are spent in Kilkee while Tuesday to Friday is spent at the best surf beach nearby. Meeting point is Kilkee Dive Centre. Lessons run at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Contact Number (087) 9956 231.
For indoor swimming there is Kilkee Waterworld, a modern facility built in recent years at the eastern side of the town. Waterworld is a popular all weather facility with a range of indoor water attractions including a bubble pool, shower geysers, the 'lazy river ride' and a 61m crystal tower slide.
The Kilkee Diving and Watersprots Centre is a fully equipped diving centre with facilities for novices and experts alike. In 1999, the centre became the first dive school to be recognised by the Irish Underwater Council (CFT) Training Course. Previously, training courses were only held within clubs, however, now prospective divers can complete their training in the centre to either trainee diver or club diver standard and then join one of the 84 clubs in Ireland. The training they receive will be to the same high standard that CFT divers have been renowned world-wide. It is possible to dive all year around although the best months are April to October with depths from 32 ft (10m) to 147ft (45m) found around the coast. The crystal clear waters of the bay have a Europe-wide reputation for the variety of dives and the diversity of marine life. The centre is located on the seafront. Snorkelling, sailing and board-sailing are also available with instruction.
Kilkee's 18-Hole championship quality golf course is situated on the road towards George's Head and stretches along the spectacular cliffs. In 1963, a new clubhouse was constructed and includes changing rooms, bar, kitchen, restaurant, veranda shelter and two car parks. Green fees are moderate at this friendly club and visitors are always welcome. Clubs and caddycars are available to hire and caddies may be booked.
Operating from Kilkee since 2004, Nevsail provides training in Sailing, Windsurfing, Power boating, Kayaking, Canoeing and much more for people of all ages. Nevsail is recognised by the Irish Sailing Association as a National Training Centre and all instructors are fully qualified by the ISA (Irish Sailing Association) and Irish Canoe Union)
Kilkee's night life is legendary. With its relaxed informality and late night aura, the nightowl is well catered for. The pubs and lounge bars have regular music and sing song sessions ranging from Grand Opera to the latest pop. Talent competitions, traditional Irish nights, cabaret, dancing and pub theatre are all regular features of the entertainment scene. There are several modern night-clubs also in the town.
Walking, Traditional Music, Cycling, Coastal walks .25 miles. Water sports, Leisure centre and indoor pool, Fishing .5 miles. Golf 1.5 miles. Horse riding 10 miles.