This lovely semi-detached cottage is situated in the seaside village of Lahinch, one of County Clare’s most popular destinations.
Lovingly decorated throughout, this three bedroom cottage is only a short walk away from the charming vibes of Lahinch and the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.
Guests can enjoy the well-equipped, fitted kitchen/diner and the large sitting room comes complete with an additional dining area and an open fire, where you can curl up and unwind after a refreshing dip in the sea!
Each of the three bedrooms upstairs have been finished to a high standard to ensure you enjoy a good night’s sleep during your holiday.
To the rear of the cottage is a sheltered garden where the children can play safely, whilst you relax with a cold drink.
The vibrant village of Lahinch lies along Ireland’s stunning Wild Atlantic Way, Europe’s longest coastal route, which begins at Malin Head in Donegal and meanders along the entire west coast to Mizen Head in Cork.
Lahinch is famed for sea, sand and surf with a local surf school, delicious seafood eateries, traditional pubs and of course a large stretch of sandy beach.
Why not take a surf lesson or walk the promenade with a home-made ice cream?
The majestic Cliffs of Moher are only a short drive away and the town of Lisdoonvarna is home to the annual matchmaking festival!
Golfers can take their pick from many courses in the area, including two in Lahinch and Trump International at Doonbeg, and other attractions include Doolin Cave, The Burren and Loop Head Lighthouse.
Whatever the weather, this glorious county has plenty to offer all year round!
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with Juliet balcony, 2 x twin (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC). Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with dining area and open fire.
About the location
LAHINCH, COUNTY CLARE
Liscannor 3 miles; Fanore 18 miles; Cliffs Of Moher 5.5 miles; Doolin 8 miles; Lisdoonvarna 10 miles; Shannon Airport 32 miles.
The seaside village of Lahinch lies on the shores of Liscannor Bay. With 2km of fine sandy beaches, an 18-hole championship golf course and a further 18-hole coastal course, it is very popular with tourists. There are numerous activities available at the beach including sea fishing, diving, surfing and sailing, or alternatively, take a stroll down the promenade or enjoy a beach walk, plus the village also offers an indoor swimming pool and a children's play area. Less than 30 minutes away, at the mouth of Galway Bay, lie the historic and traditional Aran Islands; catch a ferry from Doolin, or perhaps charter a boat and explore Irish tradition. For the more energetic, The Burren Way walk along the Cliffs of Moher is very popular, or why not take a ride on the Cliffs of Moher cruise. Alternatively, enjoy one of the winding coastal roads, perfect terrain for cyclists. Explore Ireland’s premier showcave at Ailwee, or the famous Doolin Caves, for an exciting day out. With an abundance of activities, and numerous restaurants to try, there is no shortage of things to do in Lahinch.