Tim

Wild Atlantic Way Cottage, Co Clare

Tim
Entire home/apt
5 Guests
3 Bedrooms
3 Beds
$72
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Per Month
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About This Listing

With Sea Views Querrin Creek is located on the midpoint of the "Wild Atlantic Way" on Loop Head Peninsula in County Clare this luxury three bed/ 3bath (sleeps 5/6) cottage is an ideal place from which to explore the unspoilt west coast of Ireland.

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Comfortable open plan living area with handmade kitchen

Comfortable open plan living area with handmade kitchen


The Space
Property type: House
Accommodates: 5
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Beds: 3

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Cancellation: Strict

Description

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4 nights minimum stay
Large traditional open fire, surrounded by comfortable seating and overlooking Garden.

Large traditional open fire, surrounded by comfortable seating and overlooking Garden.

5 Reviews

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July 2014

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July 2013

About the Host, Tim

Tim
Waterford, Waterford, Ireland
Member since February 2013
Response rate: 100% (past 90 days)
Response time: within an hour
Trust
  • Tim
  • Kilkee

    Beautiful Victorian seaside resort with horseshoe beach and plenty of pubs and cafes. A couple of great restaurants too. more details in my guide which I send out with bookings
    Kilkee Clare
  • Kilrush

    Lovely 19th Century market town, Trad Music in Crottys, The Square, Some nice Boutiques, plus international Retailers Tesco, Aldi and Supervalue.
    Kilrush Clare
  • The Long Way Round Ltd

    Excellent walking tours of the peninsula, a huge addition to a sightseeing trip.
    West Street Clare
  • Dolphinwatch Carrigaholt

    The best Dolphin Watch, ask about their tours which include the sea caves on the north Kerry coast.
    Clare
  • The Long Dock Pub and Restaurant

    Award winning excellent food plus hampers for day trips. A must do
    West Street Carrigaholt Clare
  • Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Ireland

    Ok the golf course is great, but coffee in the Clubhouse and a walk on the beautiful long wild beach below is what I do, a mecca for surfers. google doughmore beach
    Doonbeg Clare
  • Loop Head lighthouse

    Fantastic walks, great for a picnic. just google for images
    Clare
  • Cliffs of Moher

    World Famous and well worth the visit on the way to the Burren. If your kids need something else book them into surfing classes in lahinch and enjoy some me time in the Burren.
    Liscannor
  • Doolin Cave

    Newly opened cave, totally worth a visit. Doolin is famous for its traditional music. There is a ferry to the Aran Islands from Doolin which is a great trip if you have time google Dun Aengus
    Doolin Clare
  • Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

    A great place to stop on the way, Good family restaurant in Meadows and Byrne shop or Durty Nellys for a pint.
    Low Road Bunratty
  • The Burren National Park

    I dont know where to start, Amazing natural beauty, caves, smokehouses, perfumery, walks, Google any of the above with Burren.
    Clare
  • Dingle Peninsula

    An easy day trip via the Shannon Ferry, Amazing natural beauty, Culture and Art.
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