Cliff top cottage on the Wild Atlantic Way

Cliff top cottage on the Wild Atlantic Way

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our cliff top cottage was refurbished in 2019. It is located in Liscannor directly overlooking Lahinch bay. It’s located in a cul de sac in a development of holiday homes.

The cottage sleeps 8 people. There are 3 bedrooms in total. One bedroom has a king size bed, another has a double bed and one bedroom has 2 bunk beds sleeping 4.

The cottage has all the mod cons you need for a holiday with the exception of WiFi which we cre holding on to in an effort to keep kids off screens! However the 4G reception is good so hotspots work well when needed.

LISCANNOR
There’s plenty to keep you busy in and around Liscannor. Angling is a very popular activity both at the pier and at the beach. Little people will also love a trip to the Moher Hill Open Farm – to meet some favourite animals and learn while having fun.

CLIFFS OF MOHER
The Cliffs of Moher are just 6km miles from the house and the cliff walk starts from Hags Head close to Liscannor all the way to Doolin village. The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most visited natural attractions. Stretching for 8km along the Atlantic coast of Clare, the cliffs reach 214m at their highest point at Knockardakin.

LAHINCH: GOLF & BEACH
Lahinch is a seaside village and a very popular holiday location. It has a beautiful sandy beach which stretches the length of the village and beyond (and is over-looked by the championship golf course). It provides some beautiful walks and idyllic conditions for fishing and swimming, and in recent years has become a surfers paradise. Kayaking and windsurfing are also some of the popular sports. Lessons and rentals are available everyday.

Lahinch is also home to a 18-hole Links golf course. It has been described as ‘The St Andrews of Ireland’ and many other complimentary titles. Lahinch Golf Club is hosting the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in July.

DOOLIN
Is a local village known as the music capital of Clare. The village is 8 kms away which is renowned for Irish music and beautiful restaurants.

BURREN NATIONAL PARK
The Burren National Park is located in the southeastern corner of the Burren and is approximately 1500 hectares in size. The word "Burren" comes from an Irish word "Boíreann" meaning a rocky place.

THE ARAN ISLANDS
The beautiful Aran Islands are located off Galway bay and can be easily reached by ferry in Doolin. The islands are home to numerous Bronze Age and Iron Age forts and attractions and where locals speak Irish as their first language.

The nearest Airport - Shannon Airport - is 45 minutes drive away.

More info:
http://www.wildatlanticway.com
https://www.doolin.ie
http://www.claretouristcouncil.ie/things_to_do.htm
http://www.lahinchgolf.com/
http://www.burrennationalpark.ie/
http://www.cliffsofmoher.ie/TheCliffs.aspx
http://www.doolinferries.com/
http://lahinchsurfschool.com/
https://www.clare.ie/place/ennistymon/

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More about us

  1. We are a family with 3 kids. Our oldest is 13 (thinks he is 20) and the youngest will be 10 this year.

  2. Tom works in market research and Elaine manages our family life.

  3. We love to travel, nature, the outdoors (as long as the 13 year old has a network :-) and beautiful cities

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Liscannor is a magnificent coastal village on the west coast of County Clare, situated at the end of Liscannor Bay – and it’s a place that really comes into its own during the summer season. The village has a choice of pubs and restaurants. The Cliffs of Mother are just 4km/2.5 miles from the village – while angling is a very popular activity both at the pier and at the beach. Little people will also love a trip to the Moher Hill Open Farm – to meet some favourite animals and learn while having fun.

Buzzy restaurants
Vaughans Restaurant
Cool bars
Egans
Day tripping
Cliffs of Moher or Dolin

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