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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent County Clare reviews

  • Perfect cottage, beautiful views!

    "These two side-by-side cottages are situated in an absolutely beautiful spot overlooking the ocean! We were in #1, which is roomy, modern, and well equipped with appliances. The set of windows in the dining area, living room, and master bedroom all look straight over a peaceful pasture to the sea. On several of our days, we had a view of the Aran Islsnds, and even of the mountains of distant Connemara. From the cottage, there are simple walks with stunning scenery on the Caher Valley Loop Walk. One direction is Fanore Beach and the ocean, a second is into The Burren, and a third is up the hill for stunning views - all three without ever moving the car! You can also walk in minutes to a small market for essentials, a nice café, and O'Donohue's Pub. When you do drive, it's 20-25 minutes to Doolin, for the Aran ferries, or for traditional Irish music sessions, and it's 30-35 minutes to the Cliffs of Moher. All in all, it's a roomy modern cottage, with spectacular views, and ideally situated for enjoying County Clare!!"
    Guest: Stephen C M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 4, 2016
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  • Jewel in the Crown!

    "We have stayed in Pine Ridge twice. Firstly for two weeks in 2015 and returning in 2016 for two months as we enjoyed it so much  The house is large and roomy for larger families or just a couple like us. We brought our family over from the UK for the weekend it was extremely comfortable for as all. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you could wish for. Pine Ridge is really a home from home.The garden is large and delightful with a patio for outside dining and sun loungers for relaxing. A lovely area at the bottom of the property overlooks the brook which runs into the lough, great for a Guinness or a glass of wine. If the weather is inclement the cosy lounge has a great wood burning stove.  Within walking distance of three pubs a bistro and the local hotel Mountshannon is set in beautiful countryside with plenty of interesting places to visit. Dont miss the daily boat trips to St Patrick's Purgatory an ancient pilgrims site on Station Island in Lough Derg. There is a beautiful walk from the house to Lough Derg for that leasurley evening stroll.  The jewel in the crown is the owner's Louise and Shaun who are warm and lovely people. They could not be more helpful and were the perfect hosts.  We have rented a number of properties in the West of Ireland and this is without doubt the best."
    Guest: Alistair T. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: January 9, 2017
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