About this listing
Our quiet spacious atmospheric home on The Wild Atlantic Way, town centre, pubs surfing, family beaches, golfing, walks. Near Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, Shannon. 3 bedrooms large kitchen/living room, comfortable beds,wood stove, own parking.
If you'd like the experience of living in a traditional west of Ireland house, this is it! Originally a weavers cottage, this much loved family home is located in the town, convenient for shops and pub music sessions! Always a house of music and hospitality it has hosted many famous traditional musicians through the years. It has three bedrooms, a large kitchen - living room and a front sitting room. We have a solid fuel stove in the kitchen/living room that is easy to use ( we use firelogs ) and it heats the radiators throughout the house. There is also storage heating in the winter months. The bathroom has a good electric shower. The secluded yard at the back is a great spot to sit on a sunny day! We have our own private parking space.
You will have access to the entire house, the yard/patio to sit in and you will have use of our private parking place near the house
Interaction with Guests
We will welcome you and ensure you have everything you need to make your stay a pleasant one. We will advise you of places of interest and travel information, local walks to the sea from the house and through the beautiful West Clare countryside. bicycle hire etc. Free WIFI is available in 'the Yard cafe' a minute walk away, open seven days a week and also available in the Public Library two doors away.
Miltown Malbay is an unspoilt gem on the west coast of Clare on 'The Wild Atlantic Way'. We are ideally placed to explore Ireland's Atlantic coast. Miltown is a busy country town with everything you need within walking distance. We are a two minute drive or a twenty minute walk from two beaches, Spanish Point, the well known surf beach and the White Strand, a more secluded beach with a fine coastal path and views of the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran islands. Shore angling is possible at both beaches. The world class surf beach and golf course at Lahinch is a 10 minute drive away. If you are following 'The Wild Atlantic Way' we are situated in the Mid- West between Signature Discovery Point 9 (Cliffs of Moher ) and Point10 ( Loop Head). Check out '50 Secrets of The Wild Atlantic Way'. Every July we have what is probably the best Traditional Irish Music event of the year, the Willie Clancy Traditional Summer School which brings together musicians, singers and dancers from all over the world.
There is a daily bus service to and from Ennis. Shannon airport is a 45 minute drive and Ennis is 25 minutes by car. There is the possibility of hiring bikes and many lovely walks.
Other Things to Note
The house is surprisingly quiet for being in the town and anybody who enjoys simplicity will like this kind of space.
Our house is a smoke free zone but you can smoke in the yard. We don't allow pets.
Loved our visit to this 200 year old Irish cottage, town is quaint and friendly . A warm welcome and a cup of tea from our host. Lovely area from which to see Cliffs of Moher and a trip to Ennis
Mary welcomed us with home baked bread, which was lovely. The Weavers Cottage is very well situated in the village with a great restaurant nearby- The Bakehouse, highly recommended. The Cliffs of Moher are very close and the cottage was a good base to explore the area from. Thanks for the stay Mary.
Mary's house is wonderful, exactly as described and beautiful in its simplicity. We enjoyed a nice tea with her to check in, and communication was easy as we all as scheduling the check in. The house has everything you need for cooking your own meals and is easy walking distance from many restaurants and pubs. We also enjoyed an evening walk out to Spanish Point via the country roads. Thanks to Mary for a wonderful stay!
The cottage is in a great location for visiting the surrounding area and check in/out was hassle-free (even though we arrived later than expected). Thanks Mary, hope to see you again.
Traditional cosy cottage close to everything. Mary is a very welcoming host. Milltown Malbay is very friendly. Great music in the pubs.
The house was great and in a lively Irish town. Mary made us feel very welcome with bread, jam and tea upon our arrival. Can't wait to come back again.
Mary greeted us with tea and bread and jam for which we were very thankful. The house itself is undeniably full of history and has many quirks to adore. Mary was also very understanding of our schedule changing, which we appreciated very much. The only issue we faced was the lack of heat-- fortunately there are two sources of fire but when that ran out, we were rather cold. We also had difficulty getting the hot water to work. All in all, we are so happy with our stay in Miltown Malbay and recommend this site for anyone interested in houses with a true history.