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Burren, Newquay, Co. Clare. Sleeps 3

Sleeps3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms1
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 7 nights

Overview

About the property

2 bedrooms, sleeps 3

Outside:

Delightful, small, thatched cottage beside Turlough and about ½ mile from the sea at Aughinish Bay. It is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way and intriguing coastline on the edge of the Burren, an area renowned for its historical monuments, archaeological sites,

rare flowers and caves, as well as the Flaggy Shore (made famous by Seamus Heaney in his poem 'Postscript'). Nearest sandy beach about ¾ mile, Linnane’s famous seafood bar and restaurant ½ mile. Ballyvaughan/Kinvara 6 miles for shops, pubs, restaurants, farmers markets and boat hire. Kinvara market and live traditional music. Ferry trips to the Aran Islands. Garden furniture.

Inside:

Sympathetically restored and furnished with kitchen/dining room with multi fuel stove and (bottled) gas hob and microwave (oven), sitting room with electric heater, bathroom with W.C. and two bedrooms, one (ground floor) with one single bed and one via steep loft staircase with one double bed. Washing machine. Electric storage heaters and plug in radiator. Duvets. TV. CD/radio. Pets welcome (not in bedrooms).

More Details

Property Manager
Shamrock Cottages
Member since: 2006
Speaks: english
Calendar last updated:
September 21, 2017

Amenities

Burren Cottage Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • cottage
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Bathroom
Bedrooms:
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 3
Notes:
Pets welcomed (not in bedrooms). Extra: electricity.

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Delightful, small, thatched cottage beside Turlough and about ½ mile from the sea at Aughinish Bay. It is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way and intriguing coastline on the edge of the Burren, an area renowned for its historical monuments, archaeological sites, rare flowers and caves, as well as the Flaggy Shore (made famous by Seamus Heaney in his poem 'Postscript'). Nearest sandy beach about ¾ mile, Linnane’s famous seafood bar and restaurant ½ mile. Ballyvaughan/Kinvara 6 miles for shops, pubs, restaurants, farmers markets and boat hire. Kinvara market and live traditional music. Ferry trips to the Aran Islands. Garden furniture.

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Notes

  • Included: Linen, Towels

    Extras: Electricity