Doonbeg 3 miles.
Located down a quiet rural lane, just over halfway between the villages of Doonbeg and Quilty, this pretty detached cottage is just a short walk from the water’s edge on the western coast of County Clare.
This stone-built cottage near Doonbeg has been decorated to offer homely and cosy accommodation for families and friends wishing to spend some well-deserved time with their nearest and dearest.
With four quality bedrooms, one complemented by an en-suite shower room, you will enjoy the utmost comfort throughout your holiday.
Delicious meals can be rustled up in the fitted kitchen, which has been equipped for all your needs.
Then, when you’ve had your fill of tasty local treats, you can put your feet up in front of the roaring stove and relax in each other’s company.
A peaceful and secluded patio to the rear of this Doonbeg cottage, accessed through sliding doors from the dining area, offers a delightful suntrap to enjoy a local newspaper or the next chapter of your favourite book.
The golden stretch of sand at Clogher Beach is only a hop and skip from the front door of your Doonbeg cottage, where the kids can play, romantic strolls can be enjoyed and the Atlantic breeze can be savoured.
The small village of Doonbeg is home to some delightful pubs and restaurants, and also one of Ireland’s premier golf courses, which boasts some of Clare’s most beautiful seascapes.
There are many attractions further afield from your Doonbeg cottage, such as the Cliffs of Moher, surfing at Lahinch, and endless walking and cycling routes where you can soak up history and scenery at your own pace.
Relax, unwind and switch off at this peaceful Doonbeg cottage, at any time of year.
Mostly ground floor. Four bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x twin, 1 x first floor twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 6). External utility. Sitting room (seats 6) with woodburning stove.
About the location
DOONBEG, COUNTY CLARE
Kilrush 7 miles.
The village of Doonbeg (meaning small fort) in County Clare grew up around the remains of Doonbeg Castle, which was built in the 16th century. The village and surrounding area offer a good variety of pubs (many providing traditional Irish music), while for golf enthusiasts, Greg Norman's course at Doughmore, the Doonbeg Golf Club Course, is open for some of the finest golf in the world. Local walks highlight the area's natural beauty, or try exploring the white sand beaches from horseback. Doughmore Strand and Spanish Point are renowned for quality surfing, while the towns of Kilrush and Carrigaholt offer boat trips for dolphin watching. With fishing, deep sea angling, boat charter, the West Clare Railway, the International Jazz Festival over Whit weekend and Willie Keane Memorial, which takes place during the weekend of the October bank holiday and offers traditional Irish music, song and dance, you will find plenty of ways to spend your holiday in this beautiful part of Ireland.