An immaculately-presented, early 20th century, semi-detached cottage in the heart of Kilmihil, a friendly and welcoming village in County Clare.
This Kilmihil cottage offers bright and airy accommodation for groups of friends or families who wish to immerse themselves in the culture and heritage of County Clare.
This cottage in Kilmihil is set over three floors and consists of four first floor bedrooms with en-suites and two single rooms on the second floor, making it very family-friendly.
The homely kitchen with dining area comes well equipped, and the spacious sitting room is ideal for kicking back and relaxing in the warmth from the woodburning stove.
To the rear of this Kilmihil cottage is an enclosed patio area where the children can play safely, whilst to the side is a private entrance for parking for up to four cars.
The village of Kilmihil has a variety of shops and pubs and is a peaceful place to spend your west Clare holiday.
The village holds the annual Festival of Fun and draws in a large number of visitors each year.
You can enjoy a vintage rally, a colourful parade and a raft race on the nearby Knockalough Lake.
Just a hop and a skip away is the seaside village of Kilkee where you can stroll along the sandy beach, spend a day with the children in Waterworld, and if you have any cobwebs that need dusting off, a brisk walk along the cliff will take your breath away!
There are also excellent golf courses nearby at Kilrush, Kilkee and Doonbeg.
A peaceful and charming place to rest and recharge during your Clare holiday.
About the location
KILMIHIL, COUNTY CLARE
Kilrush 10 miles; Killimer 12 miles; Kilkee 17 miles; Ennis 18 miles; Shannon Airport 30 miles.
Kilmihil is a pretty village located in the west of County Clare and is renowned for its Holy Shrine, attracting many pilgrims due to its blessed water. It is the perfect location if you are looking for a quiet base for your holiday whilst still being within easy reach of all of the popular attractions in County Clare. The pretty coastal town of Kilkee can be easily reached in a short drive and has a sandy beach, great surfing and a fantastic leisure centre open year round. There are a number of other coastal villages to be discovered in the area, each with their own unique character and charm, and the world famous Cliffs of Moher are well worth a visit. Golfers will find a number of world class courses throughout the county and there are ample opportunities for fishing and watersports. County Kerry can be easily reached using the convenient ferry service from the nearby village of Killimer, with a further wealth of opportunities for fabulous days out.