A well-presented, mid-terrace house in the centre of Kilmihil, a small village in the heart of County Clare.
This property is well finished and makes an ideal getaway for a couple or small family who are seeking to explore one of Ireland’s most striking counties.
You step into the sitting/dining area which is home to a traditional solid fuel stove, perfect for warming you up after exploring the County Clare coast.
Head on through to the back and you will find the well-equipped kitchen, perfect for you to put together a tasty meal to enjoy while discussing the high points of the day.
Before retreating to the cosy bedrooms upstairs, curl up on the sofa with a good movie and log onto the WiFi to share your new photos with your loved ones back home.
To the back of the property you have a small patio area with table and chairs, and if you step out the front door there's the village of Kilmihil at your fingertips for you to explore.
Pop to the shop in the morning for the local paper, or sample the pints at the pub next door later that evening, without the need for a designated driver.
The village hosts the Festival of Fun each year and features the likes of a raft race on the Knockalough Lake, a parade and a vintage rally.
Venture further and make the most of your trip by seeing some of the beauty and ruggedness that Clare has to offer, such as The Burren, with its range of rare plant life, and the magnificent Cliffs of Moher, offering stunning views out to sea.
Visit its beaches or practice your swing at the world famous Trump International Golf Links.
A lovely house that will get your holiday off to the best start.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area, sofa bed and solid fuel stove.
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.