This impressively-presented detached holiday cottage is located on the edge of the pretty seaside village of Fanore, County Clare.
Stylishly furnished and finished to a high standard, this lovely cottage boasts panoramic Atlantic Ocean views to the front and is just over a mile from the delicate limestone cliffs and golden sands of the village's renowned Blue Flag beach.
This is a perfect cottage for families and friends wishing to explore this lovely part of the country.
The spacious sitting room at this cottage is bright and airy with a multi-fuel stove housed in a stone feature fireplace, perfect for sitting in front of after an invigorating walk along the beautiful West Clare coast.
There are also three comfortable king-size double bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities, offering quality sleeping accommodation.
The modern kitchen has integrated appliances being well equipped for mealtimes, and leads into the sunny dining room, which has wonderful ocean views.
Outside this cosy cottage there is a patio where you can sit and relax with a refreshing drink whilst planning your next day’s activities.
Fanore is located just a short drive from the famed Burren region, an area of fascination for botanists, geologists and archaeologists alike.
Those looking for a glimpse into Ireland as it was years ago, can take the ferry from the quaint village of Doolin to the Aran Islands and admire the views of the Cliffs of Moher along the way.
With walking from the doorstep and the friendly local pub just a short stroll away, this wonderful cottage offers a fantastic Irish getaway all year round.
All ground floor. Three king-size double bedrooms (two with en-suite shower, basin and WC). Bathroom with bath, shower over, separate shower cubicle, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table (seats 2) and breakfast bar (seats 2). Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove.
About the location
FANORE, COUNTY CLARE
Lisdoonvarna 10 miles; Lahinch 18 miles.
Situated between Ballyvaughan and Doolin in County Clare, Fanore is a popular village with walkers, surfers and tourists, and boasts a nice sandy beach. It is also of particular interest to botanists and geologists, owing to its location on the edge of the Burren – renowned for its unique flora and fauna, and rugged landscape. Nearby Lisdoonvarna is Ireland's premier Spa town, home to the only active spa centre in Ireland; boasting a Victorian pump house, sauna, massage room and mineral baths, situated in woodland surroundings. The town is also home to the 150 year old Matchmaking Festival, which takes place every year during September and October. Lisdoonvarna has eight pubs, some offering traditional Irish music, and good shops and restaurants. Lahinch, 18 miles away, is a bustling seaside resort, offering a promenade, golf links, Seaworld and a leisure complex. In addition, the world renowned Doolin is 9 miles away, famous for its traditional pubs and restaurants, not to mention the local recording studio, where you can listen to some of the best traditional musicians being recorded live. A beautiful location with something for everyone.