Kilfenora 1.5 miles.
This spacious detached cottage is located in an acre of land near to the picturesque village of Kilfenora, home of the famous Kilfenora Ceili Band on the main Ennis Road in County Clare.
This lovely cottage is conveniently situated just off the Wild Atlantic Way and is only a short drive from the beautiful beach at Lahinch, perfect for exploring this beautiful part of the country.
The cottage is all ground floor with an open plan kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area where you can cook lovely meals to enjoy together.
From here you can go into the sitting room which has comfortable seating and a multi-fuel stove to put your feet up by, whilst planning your itinerary for the next day.
There are four lovely bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower, together with a family bathroom.
For your convenience the washing machine and tumble dryer are in a separate utility room.
Outside this delightful cottage there are gardens and gravel areas to the front, side and rear offering you many areas in which to relax with a refreshing drink and enjoying the peace and solitude.
There are also two resident donkeys in the field called Ronnie and Jules!
Only one and a half miles from the cottage is the historic village of Kilfenora which has local pubs and shops at the Burren Centre and Tearooms.
Visit the ancient cathedral with its carvings and its Celtic crosses.
The village is the gateway to the fabulous landscape of the Burren with its distinctive hills and limestone paving and one of the most extensive cave systems in Europe.
Further afield is Liscannor where you can find the Cliffs of Moher and a visit to Doolin gateway to the the Aran Islands is not to be missed.
There are many other fascinating places to visit including Lisdoonvarna and Ballyvaughan in the heart of the Burren region.
A stunning cottage in a fantastic location and sure to be a lovely holiday.
About the location
KILFENORA, COUNTY CLARE
Burren National Park 1.5 miles; Lisdoonvarna 6 miles; Lahinch 7 miles; Ballyvaughan 10 miles.
The village of Kilfenora in County Clare is located in The Burren region of the county, and benefits from local amenities including Vaughan’s pub and restaurant. Within seven miles of the village are The Burren Perfumery, Ireland's oldest working perfumery and home to a pretty, rose-covered tea room, Caherconnell Stone Fort, an ancient Celtic Ring Fort, Poulnabrone Dolmen, a portal tomb from the Neolithic period and Ailwee Caves, Ireland’s premier show cave. Rich in unusual plant life, The Burren is ideal for nature lovers, while walkers and wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy the Burren National Park. Lisdoonvarna, Ireland's premiere Spa town, and home to the 150 year old Matchmaking Festival, is only a short drive from Kilfenora, and offers pubs, restaurant and lively Irish music, while the seaside resort of Lahinch is only a little further. Lying on the shores of Liscannor Bay, Lahinch offers visitors 2km of sandy beaches and great golfing opportunities, and with surfing, sailing, diving and fishing on offer, there is plenty to keep everybody occupied. Cyclists can enjoy one of the many winding coastal paths, while the Burren Way and Cliffs of Moher provide great terrain for walkers of all abilities.