With the village of Clarecastle and the old town of Ennis close by, this splendid annexe apartment, resting in a nice quiet residential area, is the ideal place to relax and unwind in the pleasant region of County Clare.
This two-bedroomed flat offers a modern interior with an open-plan living room inviting you inside.
The kitchen comes lined with sleek worktops and plenty of helpful fittings enabling you to enjoy your holiday with ease.
Next to this are the sociable dining and lounge areas, for you to benefit a quiet rest after a fascinating day out exploring the Burren National Park, full of woodland and walking trails, it is a wondrous habitat for wildlife.
As the day comes to an end, choose from two beautifully presented bedrooms; a double or a twin, both comprise ample storage space and complement the family shower room with electric shower and a thoughtful, modern finish.
Outside the kids can play on the front lawn, the garden is shared with the owner’s property, and there is patio furniture available should you wish to sit out in the sunshine.
Before you visit, look out for events on in the area, Ennis and Clarecastle are generally known for their big traditional music scene with festivals and celebrations.
There is a lot to visit throughout your stay, Ennis is made up of a thriving market square, shops and restaurants for you to explore at your leisure.
Farther afield rest the Cliffs of Moher offering spectacular scenery and the Loop Head Peninsula, the most westerly point of County Clare, with dramatic cliffs and beautiful landscapes.
A charming holiday let for a healthy break in Ireland.
About the location
ENNIS, COUNTY CLARE
Limerick 28 miles; Galway 41.5 miles.
The old town of Ennis is situated on the River Fergus, north of Limerick and south of Galway. The town is made up of narrow, meandering streets, emanating from the lively market square, which play host to unique shops and tantalising restaurants. The Burren National Park is a short drive away and provides great walking in peaceful, relaxing surroundings. Stand atop the Cliffs of Moher and take in the stunning views out to the Atlantic Ocean, take a stroll along the Loop Head Peninsula and experience the 'edge of the world' feeling, or for an unmissable day out, catch the ferry over to the Aran Islands in Galway Bay, and discover the history of the Aran Jumper. A great location you'll want to return to time and again.