Corofin 1 mile.
A well-presented detached cottage, overlooking the glorious countryside of Corofin, in the heart of County Clare.
This family-friendly cottage near Corofin offers contemporary and spacious accommodation for groups wishing to spend time in this stunning county, where an abundance of nearby attractions to suit all ages can be found.
With the accommodation set entirely across the ground floor, this Corofin cottage offers three comfortable bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room.
The fitted kitchen with dining area provides a social, open space where you can you dazzle your loved ones with your cooking skills.
If you prefer some quiet time, the welcoming sitting room with open fire offers a lovely place to unwind, so on chilly nights, you can curl up with a hot drink and relax.
Boasting uninterrupted views from both the front and rear, this cottage near Corofin has two well-maintained gardens with furniture, where you can breakfast to the bird's morning song or enjoy a well-earned glass of wine after a hectic day exploring the region.
The lively, friendly village of Corofin is famed for its musical talent and traditional live sessions, which take place nearly every evening in the cosy pubs, plus there are numerous restaurants and cafes that cater for all tastes.
Whilst staying at this cottage near Corofin, you will find many nearby tourist attractions such as the Burren, a unique limestone landscape, and the charming village of Lisdoonvarna, which hosts the annual Matchmaking Festival each year.
The sandy beach at Lahinch is a great family day destination, and can be surpassed only with a visit to the majestic Cliffs of Moher, just a short drive away.
With so much to see and do from this Corofin cottage, finding time to squeeze everything will be a struggle!
About the location
COROFIN, COUNTY CLARE
Ennis 9 miles; Lahinch 13 miles; Doolin 17 miles; Shannon Airport 23 miles.
Described as the southern gateway to the Burren (one of Europe's most distinctive limestone landscapes), the pretty village of Corofin peacefully rests on the River Fergus and offers a good range of shops, pubs and eateries, whilst providing home to the Clare Heritage Centre in St. Catherine's Church. Famous for its music, with festivals occurring throughout the year, this charming village also provides easy access to the visitor centre at Dysert O' Dea castle, where the 15th century round tower and renovated castle accommodate a delightful museum and tea room. The surrounding area is great for hill walking and cycling, whilst the golf course at the seaside resort of Lahinch is worth a visit. With fishing on the River Fergus and in the twelve lakes scattered throughout the area, The Cliffs of Moher, trips to the Aran Islands, Craggaunowen and Bunratty Castle all easily accessible, this lovely location has plenty to offer!