A wonderful semi-detached cottage, which overlooks the surrounding mature woodlands and river, on the same site as the owner's home, on the outskirts of Ennistymon in County Clare.
Comfortably furnished throughout, this property makes an excellent base for friends and family to come and explore County Clare.
Set over two floors, you enter the cottage through a side door where a well-equipped kitchen and a dining area is to your left, perfect for keeping everyone together, and with enough space for everyone at the table, you can gather to discuss the day’s experiences.
Off to the right you will find a cosy sitting room with a woodburning stove, excellent for warming your toes after a day of sightseeing County Clare, and a second dining area in the same room offering a little more flexibility.
There is also a ground floor shower room and upstairs are two spacious family bedrooms, both of which have an en-suite shower room.
French doors in the kitchen lead out to the rear garden, which goes right down to the river, a superb spot to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings or dine alfresco.
Just a short walk down the road is Ennistymon where you will find an array of shops, restaurants and pubs with good local Irish music being played, as well as being able to enjoy the superb scenery.
If you wish to venture a little further afield there is plenty to do, including visiting the Cliffs of Moher with breathtaking views, one of the essential places to see on the popular Wild Atlantic Way.
If you fancy a game of golf there are clubs in Lahinch and Doonbeg.
Alternatively, catch a ferry from Doolin to the Aran Islands or enjoy a walk along The Burren Way.
A comfortable property for all the family to enjoy at any time of the year.
About the location
ENNISTYMON, COUNTY CLARE
Lahinch 2 miles; Ennis 16 miles; Burren National Park 13 miles.
The market town of Ennistymon is situated by a beautiful river, on the edge of The Burren in County Clare. The town is renowned for the cascades, which pass over the river, and a walk to the top of Church Hill to view the breathtaking surrounding scenery is essential. Craft shops with traditional fronts, fine restaurants, pubs with Irish music, plus a food and craft fair held on Saturdays, mean that there is something for everyone in this delightful town. Close to Ennistymon is O'Brien Castle, which dates back to 1588, and the beautiful seaside resort of Lahinch is just two miles away, with a golden Blue Flag sandy beach that is ideal for building sandcastles and swimming. Lahinch is famous for surfing, sea kayaking and outdoor sports, and also has a world-renowned golf course and a large play park for children. The stunning Cliffs of Moher, nominated as one of the seven wonders of the world, are also close by. You can follow the Wild Atlantic Way along the cliffs and see the Aran Islands in the distance, catch a ferry there from Doolin, or enjoy a walk along The Burren Way. Ennistymon is a superb base from which to explore the area.