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Self Catering Accommodation, Lough North, Doolin, County Clare, Ireland.



   Doolin Coastal Cottages are located in Lough North, Doolin, Co. Clare. Our Fáilte Ireland approved self catering accommodation is situated in an idyllic location on the Burren way marked trail between Doolin village and the Cliffs of Moher - offering fantastic panoramic views of the Atlantic ocean, the Cliffs of Moher, Galway bay, Doolin harbour, the Connemara mountains and the Aran islands.

   Our two bedroomed cottages, Clonalis and Dairy Cottage, are set back 100 yards from the roadway and are semi detached on farmland. We are two and a half kilometres from Doolin village and four kilometres from the Cliffs of Moher making our location ideal for your vacation.

   Centrally located on the Burren Trail, Doolin is also ideal for visitors and guests interested in outdoor activities. Hikers will find that the trail is scattered with archaeological remains and has spectacular views of the Aran Islands. Some other popular outdoor activities include rock climbing, mountain biking, golfing and caving. From Doolin, visitors can take a 30 minute boat trip to the mystical Aran Islands which feature an incredibly rugged landscape, ancient forts and prehistoric relics.

   World renowned for the 'cráic agus ceol' Doolin has four pubs that play host to traditional Irish music; O'Connors, McGann's and McDermott's. With good food and drink your assured of a good night in any of these establishments. Looking for a bite to eat? Doolin has 8 restaurants with options including Cullinans Seafood restaurant, Stonecutters Kitchen and Roadford House.

Accommodation

Cottage facilities


Our semi-detached cottages are Fáilte Ireland approved. Self catering facilities include all the usual mod cons. The properties come fully furnished and are supplied as standard with Bed linen and quilts.

Clonalis

  • 2 Double beds & 1 single bed
  • Electric heating
  • Double glazed windows
  • Shower / Bath Tub
  • Open Fire
  • TV
  • Private Car Parking
  • Garden Furniture
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing Machine + Dryer
  • Electric Cooker
  • Microwave
  • Childrens Cot / High Chair by prior arrangement

Dairy

  • 1 Double bed + 2 Single beds, both bedrooms ensuite
  • Electric heating
  • Solid Fuel Stove in living area
  • Double glazed windows
  • Shower
  • TV
  • Private Car Parking
  • Garden Furniture
  • Washing Machine + Dryer
  • Electric Cooker
  • Microwave
  • Childrens Cot / High Chair by prior arrangement

Location

Doolin Coastal Cottages

Lough North

Doolin,

Co. Clare.

Longitude: 52.997268, Latitude -9.399769


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Prices

Clonailis / Dairy Cottages Prices 2017
Date Weekly
April/May €275
Easter & May Bank Holiday €350
June €350
July and August €385- 450
September €300
October €230

*REST OF THE YEAR BY REQUEST
*SHORTER LETS AVAILABLE BY REQUEST
*SORRY NO PETS ALLOWED

  • Electricity extra as per meters on departure.
  • Reduction available for multiple week stays - valid for off peak months only
  • From 2nd Jan to the 1st June your week can start any day.
  • From the 1st June to the 30th August lettings are from Saturday to Saturday.
  • Cot and high chair must be requested at time of booking.
  • 50 % deposit is required to confirm bookings and deposits are non refundable.

Gallery

Local Attractions


The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is a world-famous coastal route that spans the west coast of Ireland and takes in some breathtaking scenery along the way. It spans from Donegal to Galway and Kerry to Cork in the south.

Golf

Doolin Pitch & Putt is an 18 hole links course which was established in 1995. Located on the road to Doolin Pier just off the R479, 5 minutes from the village. With a backdrop of The Cliffs of Moher, The Aran Islands and Doonagore Castle what better way to spend an hour or two. Lahinch's famous links golf course is also a short drive from the cottages

Doolin Cave

Doolin Cave is home to a wondrous geological phenomenon - The Great Stalactite. Measuring almost 7 metres in length, it is one of the largest free hanging stalactites in the world. This is a truly wondrous sight. In order to preserve the delicate ecosystem of the cave numbers are limited per tour and per year. The cave tour takes approximately one hour. Access to the cave is via a courtesy coach from Bruach na hAille Restaurant in the village of Doolin just 3 miles from the cliffs.

Boat trips and cruises

Boat trips to the Aran IslandsFerry boats travel daily (weather permitting) from Doolin to the Aran Islands, just off the coast of north Clare. The Aran Islands are part of County Galway. However the smallest island, Inis Oirr, is only six miles from from Doolin, which is the closest mainland point to the islands. The islands are one of Ireland's Gaeltacht areas, which means the people living there speak Irish as their first language, however nearly all of the inhabitants speak both Irish and English.

The Burren

The word "Burren" comes from an Irish word "Boíreann" meaning a rocky place. This is an extremely appropriate name when you consider the lack of soil cover and the extent of exposed Limestone Pavement. However it has been referred to in the past as "Fertile rock" due to the mixture of nutrient rich herb and floral species. Tony Kirby offers a variety of guided walks in the burren. The walks feature a wealth of information on the geology, flora, archaeology, fauna, farming and folklore of the Burren.

Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland's most visited natural attraction which attract up to one million visitors every year. The cliffs stand 214m (702 feet) at their highest point and stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atlantic coast of County Clare in the west of Ireland. On a clear day you can see the Aran Islands and Galway Bay from the Cliffs of Moher. O'Brien's Tower stands near the highest point and has served as a viewing point for visitors for hundreds of years. You can also view the cliffs by taking a boat trip from Doolin.

Doolin Cliff Walk

For walking and hiking enthusiasts, The Doolin Cliff Walk, which runs from Doolin village to the Cliffs, provides breathtaking views of the Atlantic on one side and green fields and cattle grazing on the other. The route takes about three hours to walk. You can also opt to take a guided walking tour with local farmer and historian & walking enthusiast Pat Sweeney. For a longer walk, there is also a coastal cliff walk from Liscannor to Doolin.

Traditional Music

Historically a fishing village, Doolin is now also acclaimed worldwide as the traditional music capital of Ireland. The three pubs in Doolin that have live music are McDermott's, O'Connor's and McGann's. Visitors will find music performed nightly by both local and visiting musicians which makes each night unique due to the eclectic styles and mix of instruments.

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