Set in one of County Clare’s popular destinations, Lahinch, is this charming semi-detached cottage that has been lovingly decorated.
With three cosy bedrooms and only a short walk to the Atlantic Ocean shores and the charms of Lahinch, this cottage is ideal for a family getaway or a break with friends.
The fitted kitchen/diner is well equipped and guests can prepare wonderful meals to be enjoyed or perhaps even a packed lunch to enjoy out and about in this fascinating region.
The large sitting room also has a dining area, as well as a toasty open fire, perfect for sitting in front of and warming up after a bracing dip in the sea.
After a fun and exciting day discovering the area, you’ll no doubt be ready for a good night’s sleep in one of the three bedrooms, all finished to a high standard.
The rear garden at the cottage is sheltered and provides a great place for any children in your group to play safely whilst you can relax with a refreshing drink.
Lahinch is a vibrant village that sits along the Wild Atlantic Way, the longest coastal route in Europe, beginning at Donegal’s Malin Head, and heading all the way along the west coast to Cork’s Mizen Head.
Well known for surf, sand and sea, Lahinch boasts delicious seafood restaurants, a local surf school, a stunning sandy stretch of beach and traditional pubs.
Guests can enjoy a wander along the coast with a tasty, home-made ice cream or, for the more adventurous, partake in a surf lesson.
The Cliffs of Moher provide a majestic sight to behold and are within a short drive from your holiday cottage, so are not to be missed.
Lisdoonvarna is also nearby and the town is home to the matchmaking festival held every year.
For those who want to practice their swing whilst away, there are many golf courses to choose from, with two in Lahinch and Trump International in Doonbeg.
There are also many other attractions to visit, including Loop Head Lighthouse, The Burren and Doolin Cave.
There is plenty on offer to keep everyone entertained, all year round.