About This Listing
Cooga Cottage is Irish Tourist Board approved & registered. Originally the family home of present owners grandparents. Within walking distance of shops and pubs. Guests have the entire house with total privacy. Owner lives nearby. Free Wi-Fi.
Cooga Cottage is a beautiful self catering accommodation over 100 years old with lovely views. Situated on the outskirts of the village of Doon in County Limerick. The cottage is featured in the March 2015 edition of "Vacation Rental Travels" - an American " Home and Travel " digital magazine. The cottage provides the comforts of modern living with the charm and character of a country cottage. It is perfect for a romantic break, a family holiday or simply just as a relaxing base for touring. Ideal all year round retreat. Set in a large private landscaped garden in a country location yet close to all amenities - within walking distance of the village shops and pubs. This beautiful well equipped cottage has recently been refurbished with much care & attention to every detail and offers an excellent standard of self catering accommodation. There is plentiful parking at the side & rear of the cottage. A cot, high chair, baby blankets & baby bath available on request free of charge - please mention when booking. Low Season €325 weekly. Mid Season €325/€400 weekly. High Season €425 weekly . Minimum 6 nights booking. Heating & electricity extra - charged by meter readings.
Short stays of 3 nights or more may be available on request - different rates apply. Please contact owner.
No cleaning fees, no taxes, no hidden charges. Free Wi-Fi. Travel adaptors provided.
Cooga Cottage is non smoking.
No house parties.
A car is necessary.
The cottage has 3 bedrooms - 2 Doubles and 1 Twin ( 1 Double downstairs ) - sleeps 6. Bathroom downstairs with shower over. Free Wi-Fi. Bed linen, towels and toiletries supplied free of charge. Complimentary arriving essentials - tea, coffee, milk, sugar and chocolate snacks also provided. Toiletries - shower gel, shampoo, body lotion and cotton buds provided. Hair dryers in each bedroom.
Travel adaptors also provided.
Ideal touring base for Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, Rock of Cashel, Holy Cross Abbey, Cliffs of Moher, Hunt Museum, St. Mary's Cathederal, King Johns Castle, Foynes Flying Boat Museum, The Burren & Aillwee Caves.
A car is necessary.
Plentiful parking at side & rear of cottage.
Other Things to Note
Shannon Airport 53km
Cork Airport 129km
Knock Airport 205km
Dublin Airport 217km
Limerick City 26km
University of Limerick 26km
Tipperary Town 19km
Check-in 14.00 hrs.
Check-out 10.00 hrs.
Heating & electricity extra - charged by meter readings payable to owner on departure.
This is a well maintained residence with very good quality accessories such as kitchenware, bedding & towels.There are many wooden features in the kitchen, living room and bedrooms. Chopping boards, table mats and pot stands are provided to protect surfaces. Smoking is only permitted outside. There are bins for recycling general waste, cans and glass.
The normal courtesy rules regarding noise apply.
Tom nous attendait sur le pas de la porte. Il a été très chaleureux et très attentionné. Il nous a tout expliqué sur le fonctionnement des appareils électroménagers. Tout est prévu dans le cottage pour notre confort : de l'épicerie et les produits sanitaires , du lait dans le réfrigérateur, des herbes aromatiques dans le jardin.
Le Jardin, justement est absolument délicieux : bien entretenu, fleuri, accueillant. Comme le cottage : fonctionnel et douillet. Une bonne bibliothèque où nous avons trouvé des cartes routières et des documents sur l'Irlande. Jamais nous n'avons utilisé le GPS pour nous diriger...
Le quartier est joli, soigné, avec vue sur la campagne. Il est calme et reposant. Très agréable séjour.
We had a great christmas in Coogan ,Tom had put up lots of Christmas decorations and really made it special for us
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Tom's cottage! The home had everything we could possibly need and our host was most accommodating. The yard s gorgeous and peaceful with over twenty different flowers booming all around. We took a short walk into Doon an picked up lunch from Mary O'Brien's shop and later enjoyed a pint at Anna Moore's pub. We took day trips to Bunratty, Cashel, Ennis and Doolin, too name a few. We will definitely be back to Tom's Cooga Cottage!,