Near the sea, Ballyvaughan, County Clare. Ireland

Near the sea, Ballyvaughan, County Clare. Ireland




Jan 2015

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house is 5 minutes walk from the village of Ballyvaughan.
There are excellent views of the Burren from the house.
It has several nice outdoor areas for relaxing.
It was a traditional cottage owned by our family for several generations. It has been transformed to modern standards. We love the cosy fire when the weather is dull. There is also underfloor heating.
There is a mezzanine in the living room which is a lovely place to read or paint.
There are 2 bicycles available and some wet suits (for those who like to swim in the cool Atlantic).

On the Wild Atlantic Way. 3 minutes walk from Galway Bay, 5minutes walk from picturesque Ballyvaughan. 1 hour from Limerick City and Shannon Airport and 3 hours from Dublin. 1 hour from Galway (Arts Festival and Races in August).

Accommodation: 2 bedrooms and mezzanine area with futon.

What to do? Hill walking (several experienced local guides nearby), lots of interesting off road walks.
Cycling (2 bikes - one with child seat)
Swimming lots of places to swim.
Surfing (Fanore and Lahinch nearby.


More about us

  1. We are a retired couple who like to travel in Europe

  2. Love walking, good food, good wine, culture and interesting places

  3. Summer exchanges agreed. Request London Sept 25 to Oct 5th

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Gregans Castle, L'Arco, Logues.
Cool bars
Logues, Greens, Hylands, Monks, and of course the famous O'Lochlainns pub
Cozy cafés
Lots of nice cafes
Bit of culture
Irish music in the pubs.
Walks in the park
Lots of well marked and mapped Looped walks
Spot of exercise
Walking and cycling (2 bikes in the house)
Day tripping
Bunratty Castle and Folk park. Limerick (must see King Johns Castle)

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