About the property
- House1400 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay4 nights
House, 3 Bedrooms + Loft, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Traditional style cottage tastefully decorated. 3 bedrooms, one ensuite, main bathroom with shower and separate toilet with handbasin. Beautifully finished kitchen – dining area with hand crafted furniture. Spiral staircase leading to spacious upstairs balcony with ocean views. Separate lounge with TV and gas coal - effect fire.
On the spectacular Wild Atlantic Way, the cottage overlooks the Aran Islands, Cliffs of Moher and Galway Bay. 3km from Lisdoonvarna - famous spa town. 5km from Doolin, home of traditional music and good restaurants. Ideal base for touring the Burren region which is a haven for botanists, archaeologists, rock climbers and cavers. Beautiful scenic walks in the surrounding area, which is adjacent to the ‘Burren Way’ walking trail. Convenient to Lahinch with its blue flag beach, championship golf course and indoor leisure pool and aquarium. The shortest ferry crossing to the Aran Islands runs from Doolin a number of times daily.
Keywords: Self Catering Cottage
John and Adrienne Mc Mahon
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 20, 2018
About John and Adrienne Mc Mahon
John and Adrienne Mc Mahon
John and Adrienne Mc Mahon purchased this House in 1999
Why John and Adrienne Mc Mahon chose County Clare
John was born in this area of Co Clare and has a lot of family connections there. We like to spend our free weekends there when we can and love to take walks in the surrounding countryside or along the nearby beaches.
What makes this House unique
The number one benefit is quietness away from the hassle of every day life. The scenery is breathtaking and never ceases to amaze one.
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Beautiful home in a fantastic location
This home was recommended to us by our parents who had stayed here in the past. The home is beautiful and very well maintained. It has all the modern conveniences and excellent views of the Burren and the Atlantic Ocean. The host John and Adrienne were delightful and very helpful for local information. This location served us very well for an excellent tour of the Wild Atlantic Way, and also was not to far from other major tourist locations such as Bunratty and Kilkenny. Only recommend would be is to be prepared for cold temperatures, we found the weather to be pretty harsh still in mid-March, so bring warm clothing. Thank you so much for being part of our wonderful vacation!
Such a peaceful place to unwind and relax! A little bit of heaven on earth!
We loved our week at this house! It’s perfectly located to experience the peace and serenity of our favorite area in Ireland. Our walks were so nice and the views of the countryside and ocean so picturesque. Then when we wanted to take off, there were plenty of places to go enjoy. The house is lovingly decorated and set up to provide all the amenities you need. We loved how perfectly clean everything was. Highly recommended!!
The Wild Atlantic Way
I came to Ireland with my four adult sons. My great-great grandparents and my great grandmother came to Michigan, USA from Ireland. I chose this location because of the outdoor adventures offered. I didn't know the real adventures were on the one lane roads! We were entertained each day within a 10 mile radius of this lovely home.
This home is perfect for a convient home-base. Beautifully decorated with
tile and wood, inviting furniture and three living areas (even grown sons need some separation at times, ages 45 to 55 years). Some things never change.
The McMahons were so accommodating with my many questions and needs. Perfect hosts!
We would all return to this home if visiting Ireland.
Fabulous, clean, tastefully decorated. Everything you could possibly need.
Awesome views and sunsets. Great location. Easy access to towns for music, dining and Pubs. Also the ferries to Aran Islands and coastal road are a must. Highly recommend! !!
Cosy cottage with beautiful views
Lovely cottage with everything you need for your stay. Walks from the door too! Wifi is good. Don't miss a trip to the Aran Islands!
Beautiful place to stay
Our family of 4 enjoyed our stay at the cottage very much. The cottage was very nice and comfortable. The view was beautiful and we enjoyed the visit by the horses in the mornings. We were very close to area attractions such as the Cliffs of Moher, great music on Doolin and Lisdoonvarna, and boat rides to the Aran Islands. We ran late arriving to the cottage and got a little lost as we went through town. John was very gracious and accommodating. Thank you! We recommend staying at the cottage and look forward to a return visit.
Flaggy Shore is half a mile of coastline at Finvarra, County Clare. The shore is at its most beautiful on an evening after a light rain, with the setting sun above. This is when the soft limestone rock, wet from the rain and eroded into fantastic rounded shapes by the sea, reflects all of the colours of the sunset like a giant mirror in the landscape. Small wonder that this place inspired the late Irish poet and Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Deposit of €100 is due to confirm the reservation. Final payment is to be paid in cash on arrival. December 23rd to January 7th and Easter weekend will be charged at high season rates.