Lahinch 3.4 miles.
Originally built in 1882, this charming converted schoolhouse can now offer a small family or two couples a fantastic base from which to discover the wonders of County Clare.
The Old School House is located near the towns of Liscannor and Lahinch, a haven for surfers and watersports lovers alike thanks to the excellent Atlantic breakers, as well as being near the famous Cliffs of Moher.
Enter through the vibrant blue door and be welcomed into the wonderfully convenient utility room providing a great place for storing bags and for taking off wet walking shoes; find a freezer, tumble dryer and a washing machine in here, as well as being opposite the excellent bathroom which has a shower over bath.
Move into the open-plan living space when you need to wind down and be impressed by the sophisticated and tasteful interior within this rural retreat; an array of seating rests atop the dark wood floors, looking towards the warming multi-fuel stove and the Smart TV, with an exposed stone brick fireplace adding a rustic contrast.
Gather at the beautiful wood dining table for evening meals or early breakfasts, and spend a moment around the corner in the contemporary office space if you need to catch up on some work or want to plan the rest of the holiday.
Walk into the kitchen area when you are feeling peckish and find a host of appliances to assist you in cooking, including an electric oven and a gas hob, and an integrated dishwasher for the washing up.
Head outside on warm days and spend time in the large garden, with the spacious patio in the yard echoing the history of the property as well as the original columns that border onto the lawn.
When you need some rest, choose from two well-presented bedrooms; either the pretty double bedroom or the master king-size bedroom which benefits from an en-suite shower room, as well as being a zip/link bed so it can be a twin on request to accommodate for different party types.
At just over three-miles away, Lahinch and Liscannor can both offer a perfect place to enjoy a range of activities; head to the beach at Liscannor Bay and hit the waves if you're an avid surfer or even if you just want to give it a go, with surf schools available to teach you the basics and get you out on a board.
Lahinch Golf Club with it's championship Links Course and Castle Course offer keen golfers two 18-hole courses to practice on, as well as both towns providing plenty of eateries and shops to sample some delicious food and browse the local crafts and produce.
When you're in this area you must go to see one of Ireland's favourite tourist attractions, the stunning Cliffs of Moher along the wild Atlantic Way, with the best way to experience them being to hike from the delightful village of Doolin to avoid the crowds and the car park queues.
Spend the rest of the day in Doolin and discover why its recognised for its traditional Irish music.
The Old School House is a lovely property enriched with history awaiting you to add to the memories already made here in County Clare.