A fantastic detached holiday cottage on the edge of the popular seaside village of Spanish Point, County Clare.
Lovingly refurbished and extended, the original part of this cottage dates from 1940, and incorporates a number of features from the time, with flagstones and original doors dating from the property's earlier life.
Sash windows and a stable door also add to the character of this lovely Spanish Point cottage.
There is plenty of space to gather together, with two separate sitting rooms - one with leather furniture and a traditional stone fireplace housing a cosy woodburner, and a more modern area with picture window, comfy furniture and an open fire as well as a library of books, games and DVDs.
The well-equipped kitchen and dining area offer quality fixtures and fittings, with a Kensington range and doors out onto the sunny patio area.
County Clare is renowned for its stunning coastline, and from the cottage you are perfectly placed to discover this for yourself, with a choice of Blue Flag beaches in the area and the spectacular Cliffs of Moher less than a half hour's drive.
Experience surfing for the first time at Lahinch or enjoy some traditional music in Doolin.
Whatever you decide, this quality cottage is sure to please.
All ground floor.
Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire. Second sitting room (seats 4) with woodburner.
About the location
SPANISH POINT, COUNTY CLARE
Miltown Malbay 1.5 miles; Ennis 20 miles.
The village of Spanish Point is situated on the west coast of County Clare in Ireland and takes its name from the Spanish who died there in 1588, when many ships of the Spanish Armada were wrecked during the stormy weather. Today the village consists of many holiday homes, two fine hotels, a lovely beach, which is popular for swimmers and surfers alike, and a nine-hole golf course, which is one of the oldest courses in Ireland and offers wonderful views of the rugged coastline. The small town of Miltown Malbay is 1.5 miles away, offering a selection of shops and pubs, while the seaside town of Lahinch is also close by, offering great surfing opportunities. Visit the Cliffs of Moher, north of Lahinch and also Doolin, which offer superb views of the North Atlantic and the Aran Islands in clear weather, or travel further afield to Clare's County town of Ennis, which boasts unusual shops, bars, restaurants and a lively Irish music scene.