- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Broadband / WiFi
“Crossbeigh is not a standard holiday let.”
My cousin and I were disappointed at first because the pictures and description were misleading, the rooms being small, even for two people, and there being no Wi-Fi as advertised. However our resourceful host Della soon sorted out the WiFi to our complete satisfaction, and provided anything we might need for a comfortable visit. The property is quirky and charming, which I find delightful, my more down to earth male cousin was more reserved. If you like to have a standardised holiday let, with ...
My cousin and I were disappointed at first because the pictures and description were misleading, the rooms being small, even for two people, and there being no Wi-Fi as advertised. However our resourceful host Della soon sorted out the WiFi to our complete satisfaction, and provided anything we might need for a comfortable visit. The property is quirky and charming, which I find delightful, my more down to earth male cousin was more reserved. If you like to have a standardised holiday let, with few variables or surprises, and if you require entertainment, places to eat, and pubs nearby this might not be the place for you. If you talk, read, cook, explore, like to relax with a cup of tea or glass of wine in a lovely sun-trapped patio, this is the place for you. If you like to shop locally, lazily eat a home cooked meal in a pretty dining room, you will like Crossbeigh. There are loads of beautiful destinations and good restaurants in the vicinity, and a super-Tesco and other local shops only ten minutes up the road. Della is a generous and welcoming host. We found that nothing was any trouble for her. We spent a lovely week in the cottage and would happily return.
A charming cottage tucked away behind landscape views, situated in the heart of County Clare.
The character and edgy feel of this property, makes a perfect retreat for families or friends to escape their busy lifestyle.
Stepping into the cottage, a living room catches your attention with a delightfully stoned fireplace and woodburning stove.
Splendid couches add a sense of warmth to the place, surrounded by well-presented fittings.
This then follows over to a dining room which carries a traditional theme, leading round to a cozy single bedroom for those peaceful nights.
A well-equipped kitchen boasts pastel coloured tiles, with wooden features that give off a country style.
Looking out of the window, you will see excellent greenery which makes a breath-taking backdrop, as you enjoy those home cooked meals.
Following similar patterns, a nicely fitted bathroom compliments the rest of the home.
A double bedroom sits across the way, with a refreshing, contemporary touch that really ties together the relaxing atmosphere. Moving up the stairs you will find a twin room that lies under low ceilings, hosting an eccentric layout that is very calming and inviting. Outside of the cottage, a fabulous garden and furnished patio area has been neatly arranged, so that you can enjoy some quiet time whilst admiring the trees and sky.
Further afield why not indulge in a range of activities, from dolphin watching on the Shannon Estuary, or sailing at Kilrush Creek Adventure Centre.
An ideal destination for a relaxing getaway.
- Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x twin, 1 x ground floor single
- Bathroom with shower, basin and WC
- Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
- Oil central heating with woodburning stove
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer
- TV with Soarview, WIFI, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towel inc. in rent
- Lawned garden with patio and furniture
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 3.5 miles.
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About the location
COORACLARE, COUNTY CLARE
Kilrush 6 miles.
Cooraclare is a typical West Clare village, peaceful and quiet, set beside the River Doonbeg and 6 miles from the coastal, heritage town of Kilrush. Only an hour's drive from Shannon Airport, Cooraclare offers a restaurant, two shops and three pubs, with live traditional Irish music available. A wealth of activities can be enjoyed in the surrounding area including dolphin watching on the Shannon Estuary, sailing and power-boating at Kilrush Creek Adventure Centre and golfing at Kilrush Golf & Sports Club, while the Vandeleur Walled Garden at Kilrush and the fine beaches at Kilkee and Miltown Malbay are well worth a visit. A perfect location from which to explore rural Ireland.