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Property 9354
Ballyvaughan, Burren National Park, County Clare
Ballyvaughan, Burren National Park, County Clare

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The Zareski's, May 2018
Nice Location and nice view.

Zbyszewski Family, October 2017
We loved this house ans we were sad to leave. The layout of the house was very comfortable and could easily hold 6 people. It was tastefully decorated and felt comfortable and cosy. The location was beautiful- adjacent to a pretty beach and with wodnerful views of the surrounding countryside. The owner couldn't have been nicer. He was very welcoming and polite and ensured our stay was positive. I will definitely book this place again when I return to Ballyvaughan!

Quinn Family, September 2017
This was a well laid out house with everything we needed. All the main rooms had fabulous views out to Ballyvaughan and the sea. There is a lovely beach about 5 minutes from the property which is great for walking, whatever the weather.

MacGearailt family, June 2017
Excellent house in a great location. Perfect for a family, we would recommend.

The Kerich Family, May 2017
Beautiful cottage in Ballyvaughan with incredible view

The owner was a wonderful host. Everything you need can be found here: gorgeous scenery, access to hiking and outdoor activities , cute little village, lovely cottage.
We highly recommend this cottage.

Ms Murphy, March 2017
Great location to the Burren and surrounding areas, lovely house and friendly and helpful owner.

McFarlane, April 2016
A well equipped cottage in an amazing location which was friendly for families, couples and dogs. I would definitely return as the owner was very accommodating and friendly.

The Luttrell Family, June 2014
Lovely clean property in idyllic setting. Close to beach for evening strolls and short drive to Ballyvaughan, where there is a good selection of restaurants. We'll be back again.

The Bykovas, June 2013
We had a great holiday, great location, close to the beach, excellent views, very quiet and tranquility atmosphere. The house is cosy, nice and well equipped and all benefits of civilzation are nearby. Very recommended.

Strzalko party, May 2013
Excellent position- superb views and a well equipped cottage. The sunsets over Galway Bay were brilliant.
We could have done with some information on how to use the heating system but the friendly telephone support was excellent. Nice touch having the option of an open peat fire. All the amenities of home.

The Berry Family, September 2012
The Cottage was lovely. In a quite setting near to the beach, but only a short drive to the local Villagewith ample Pubs/Restaurants, and convenience Stores. The Property was Spotless. A perfect property for an undisturbed Holiday.

Kirkup, June 2012
The cottage was beautiful from the outside and could be seen on the approach from Ballyvaughan. It had all the facilities you could need even on a wet day for a family to enjoy. The garden and ease of access to the pebble beach was enjoyed by our children and a little dog.

Ms Middleton-Smith, and Friends, June 2012
Overall this is quite a good cottage, in a very convenient location. The area is beautiful, and the locals are very friendly, and helpful.

Mr David Prendergast, April 2012
Excellent location and very friendly and helpful host/landlord.

Jean, September 2011
Only downside road to village too busy to walk after dark. Easy to drive to. Good for touring. Excellent for walking.

The Latimer Family, September 2011
Good views across bay. Quiet area, plenty of parking, friendly people. Well signposted walks. Imagine Ireland very helpful.

The Bean Family, July 2011
Lovely setting, the cottage was warm, clean and a nice place to spend time. The owner was helpful and friendly, a lovely holiday!

Kathy, June 2011
Wonderful accommodation near to plenty of amenities where good food was available at quite a good price with good walks nearby.

Nicci, April 2010
Beautiful, really beautiful. There is a beach nearby with other beaches just a short drive away. Historical sites are also in the proximity. We enjoyed some wonderful sunsets behind the mountains every evening. There are a lot fo things to do in the area and we visited Aillwee and the Doulin Caves, Cliffs of Moher, Fanore Beach, Lahinch Sea World, Tipperary Races and the Rock of Cashel. The Cliffs of Moher are a must. We went to Preachers Bar in Ennis which we would recommend but all the local places also looked attractive and very welcoming.