Liscannor 1.5 miles.
A delightful Liscannor cottage, set in an elevated position with stunning views of the bay.
This detached, single-storey Liscannor cottage is filled with character, and furnished with classic French furniture.
This Liscannor cottage comprises a double bedroom with four poster bed with a feature fireplace, separate dressing room, a single bedroom and a bathroom with classic roll-top bath.
The sitting room with dining area has a warming woodburner while the cosy, rustic, country kitchen is bound to please.
The cottage is approached up a small drive, which opens out onto a delightful patio area with seating from where you can relax and enjoy the breathtaking views of the coastline, plus on two sides of this Liscannor cottage there is a half acre open field for the children to play and explore in.
For sports enthusiasts, golf at the Championship Links Course and surfing can be enjoyed nearby, whilst the Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland's natural wonders, are less than five minutes' drive away, plus local boat trips to the Aran Islands, should not be missed.
This Liscannor cottage offers a perfect base for touring the local area and seeing some of the best coastline and beaches that Ireland has to offer.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x four poster double with feature fireplace and en-suite bathroom with roll-top bath, basin and WC, 1 x single. Dressing room. Country-style kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburner.
About the location
LISCANNOR, COUNTY CLARE
Lahinch 3 miles; Doolin 9 miles; Lisdoonvarna 11.5 miles; Burren National Park 22.5 miles.
Liscannor is a small fishing village steeped in naval and marine history, set along the rugged west Clare coast. Liscannor is overlooked by the ruins of its former castle which sits above the village, while many old stone houses are still occupied. There is a choice of bars and places to eat, including Vaughan's, an award-winning restaurant, Egan's, a must for wine buffs, and McHugh's. Two miles north west of the village is O'Brien's Monument, a tall pillar built in 1853, while the famous St Brigid's Well, reputed to have curative powers, is also close by. One of the great natural wonders of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher, are just 5 minutes' drive away to the north; these majestic cliffs boast some of the most amazing views in Ireland, and on a clear day you can see the Aran Islands in Galway Bay and the hills of Connemara. Boat trips to view the cliffs from the sea depart from Liscannor Harbour. For great days out, Lahinch is 5 minutes' drive away, and offers miles of Blue Flag beaches, surfing, a swimming pool and aquarium as well as a world renowned championship links golf course. Visit the spa town of Lisdoonvarna, experience traditional Irish music in Doolin, catch the ferry out to the Aran Islands or discover the beauty of the caves at Doolin or Ballyvaughan.