Glin 2 miles.
An immaculately-presented detached cottage situated close to the heritage village of Glin in County Limerick, on the boundary with County Kerry.
Lovingly decorated throughout, this Glin cottage has been stylishly furnished to offer contemporary, but cosy accommodation for small groups of friends or families wishing to spend time in one of the county's most beautiful regions.
The accommodation is comprised of three bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, as well as a welcoming open plan living area with a fitted kitchen, a dining area with delightful rural views, and a sitting area with a woodburning stove, where you can snuggle up on those chilly evenings and still enjoy the panoramic coastal views.
As you step outside to the front of your Glin cottage, you can see County Clare across the water and to the rear you can enjoy the privacy of the patio without any interruptions, except maybe from a resident cow in the surrounding fields!
The heritage village of Glin offers many attractions for young and old.
It has a handful of friendly pubs and shops, a playground for the children, a park and tennis courts, plus many of the buildings from the 13th century still remain today, lending an air of historical importance to the village.
Many woodland, heritage and nature trails meander through the area and are just waiting to be discovered, and from your Tarbert cottage, many popular destinations can be reached such as the wild and rugged landscapes of County Clare, including the Cliffs of Moher, the Loop Head Peninsula and also the splendid Ring of Kerry.
A delightful Glin cottage and a wonderful touring base for your Irish holiday.
About the location
GLIN, COUNTY LIMERICK
Tarbert 4 miles; Foynes 8 miles; Listowel 14 miles.
Situated on the banks of the Shannon Estuary, on the border of Limerick and Kerry, is the heritage village of Glin. This delightful village is steeped in culture and folklore and is just waiting to be discovered. The village is home to the Knights of Glin since the 13th century and its castles and historical buildings bear witness to the influence of the Fitzgerald family over the centuries. Glin offers numerous heritage trails and wide plethora of woodland and coastal flora and fauna, with amenities including a children’s playground, tennis court, community hall, woodland and hill walks, along with superb angling opportunities. Also the village is speciously laid out and has many traditional pubs, a restaurant and shops in close proximity to each other, and it lies just a short drive from the ferry terminal at Tarbert where you can take the short scenic boat trip across to County Clare.