You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Kilkee, Seaside Resort, County Clare. It is a Detached House.
This fantastic home offers delightful views of Moveen hill, 3 miles from the seaside resort of Kilkee and 90 minutes from Shannon airport. This property is ideal for a family or group get-together, with its open plan spacious living area, X-box 360 and free Wi-Fi internet access. Kilkee boasts a beach, wonderful cliff walks, an 18 hole golf course, indoor wave pool, scuba diving centre and outdoor activity centre in season.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 3 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, conservatory, 3 doubles 1 with ensuite shower room, bathroom with separate shower, w.c. FF: 2 doubles 1 with ensuite shower room, double with single, bathroom with shower over bath.
Oil and gas central heating, electricity included, wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, dvd player, radio, microwave, dishwasher, underfloor heating, w/machine, dryer, babysitting on request, games console, internet access, hairdryer, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, garden furniture, locked shed available for storage, private off road parking. Pets welcome.
~ There is an xbox 360 available for guests use.
Ideal holiday home - Perfect for teenagers, with pool table (operated by EUR1 coin slot) on site, games console available with games as well as stunning horseshoe shaped beach only 3 miles away.
Kilkee is situated in County Clare on the West Coast of Ireland. It is situated on Moore Bay, a bay of horse-show shape. The splendid reef known as Duggerna Rocks guards the entrance to this bay. There are many fine seafood restaurants and lively pubs as well as supermarkets and great bakeries. During the summer, the town is alive with tourists, taking in the beautiful cliff scenery and fabulous mile long beach.
There are many golf courses throughout the west coast of Clare, such as; Kilkee Golf Club, Kilrush Golf Club, Lahinch Golf Club and of course Doonbeg Golf Course, home of the new Greg Norman golf links course.
Birdwatchers from near and far flock to Clare which has an international reputation for the numbers of rare species that pass through these parts. Expect excellent views of breeding seabirds such as kittiwakes, puffins, razorbills, fulmars and guillemots all along the cliffs of the west coast.
The best place for birdwatching in Clare are the Bridges of Ross on Loop Head Peninsula.
The Shannon estuary is the longest sheltered, naturally deep estuary in the country - a playground for a number of bottleneck dolphins. These can be observed from various places along the coast as on Dolphin watching tours which depart from the Kilrush Marina and from Carrigaholt harbour (only 3 miles from the property).
Fishing is another major attraction in West Clare. From river fishing in the Doonbeg River, sea angling off the Atlantic Coast to course fishing on the River Shannon, there are plenty of great locations to cast a rod. About a mile from the back of the property through the owner's land you will arrive at the fabulous cliff scenery where many fisherman are seen fishing from the rocks regularly.
Throughout the year you will always find a cosy pub with ceol and craic inside. There are many great traditional musicians throughout Clare from Miltown Malbay to the Loop Head Peninsula.
* Oyster Festival, Carrigaholt - May bank holiday weekend
* Curragh Racing/Regatta, Kilbaha - 21st June
* Doonbeg Jazz Festival
* Doonbeg Seafood Festival
* Loophead Gathering Festival (mid July)
* Doonbeg Drama Festival (March)
* Carrigaholt Family Festival (mid-August)
* Kilkee Triathlon
* Kilkee Family Festival
Walking, Coastal walks, Cycling 1 miles. Golf, Traditional Music, Swimming Pool, Surfing, Childrens Playground, Pitch and putt, Water sports, Fishing - Deep Sea, Football Pitch, Fishing - Sea, Fishing - River 3 miles. Horse riding, Pony trekking 4 miles. Sailing, Forest walks 11 miles. Bird watching 12 miles.