This quality, semi-detached cottage is located on the edge of the pretty seaside village of Quilty, County Clare.
Adjacent to the friendly and welcoming owner's own property and providing accommodation all on the ground floor level, this Quilty cottage offers traditional charm coupled with contemporary convenience.
The well-equipped and modern kitchen with dining area is perfect for meal times, but feel free to put away those pots and pans and enjoy the local seafood restaurant or variety of good eateries in the local area.
Offering flexible sleeping accommodation, this Quilty cottage is a perfect family base.
To the rear is a large well-kept garden with swings and beautiful sea views, ideal for a family picnic or for kids or four-legged friends to frolic in.
Alternatively, relax in the private front garden of your Quilty cottage with a glass of wine and watch the world go by.
The beautiful sandy beach at Spanish Point is just a short drive as are the spectacular Cliffs of Moher.
Enjoy an evening of traditional music in the village of Doolin before returning to relax in front of the cosy open fire in your wonderful Quilty cottage.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x adult bunks. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
QUILTY, COUNTY CLARE
Miltown Malbay 3.6 miles; Spanish Point 2.8 miles; Lahinch 11 miles.
Quilty is an attractive seaside resort with local charm, providing a seafood restaurant, a pub, a supermarket, sea fishing and an indoor swimming pool. The nearby pretty town of Miltown Malbay is located close to the Atlantic coast in County Clare, and is only an hour from Shannon Airport. Famed for its traditional Irish music, it is home to the Willie Clancy music festival, which is held in July, however visitors will find fabulous live music in many pubs and bars whatever the time of year. Miltown Malbay is close to some excellent beach resorts including Spanish Point and Doonbeg, both of which are well worth a visit for their relaxed vibe and great surf. The Burren National Park to the north of the town is a mecca for walkers and nature lovers with its unique geological landscapes and rich colourful wildflowers, and to the south you will find the striking 'Cliffs of Moher', which rise majestically out of the ocean and are best appreciated from one of many boat trips departing nearby.