Wild Atlantic Way Cottage, Co Clare

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3 Bedrooms
3 Beds

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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
Accommodates: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Bedrooms: 3
Beds: 3
Room type: Entire home/apt


Extra people: No Charge
Weekly discount: 10%
Cancellation: Strict


The Space

Beautiful owner occupied holiday home with coastal views and 3 mins walk from the sea, looking to let for just a few weeks to cover costs. Two ensuites, Fully equipped kitchen, Playroom with TV, large open Turf fire, Large enclosed west facing garden with patio. Easy drive to Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty castle, Kilkee Beach, Doonbeg Golf Course.

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Local Attractions are: Dolphin Watching, Guided Walks,Golf, Cliff Walks- Google "Loop Head Eden" the whole area has been nominated as a European Habitat Eden. Bring Walking Shoes and you can start your rambles from the door of the Cottage!!

You should bring:
1.Good walking shoes/trainers/boots,
2. Rain Gear, not Himalayan just golf waterproofs or similar
3. Camera, look at Facebook "Querrin-West Clare Photos" the images are fantastic.

You should Do:
Shoreline Walks Querrin
Loop Head Lighthouse and Cliffs and stand on the edge of the world, the sunset is wonderful, Take a guided tour with "The Long Way Round Walking Company" (Facebook)
Dolphin Watch Carrigaholt
Scattery Island Monastic Centre Historic buildings from the start of Christianity in Ireland to Napoleonic Batteries
Do a day trip to the Burren and see the Cliffs of Moher and the Ailwee Caves. If you can get into the Doolin cave it is spectacular.
The area is perfect for boating and kayaking but for insurance reasons we cannot offer the use of our equipment, bring your own if you are interested, we would advise the use of body suits/neoprene suits for everyone; the water is not mediterranean and they also provide floatation and sun protection.

You should Eat:
Long Dock Carrigaholt
Murphy Blacks Kilkee
The Strand Kilkee
The Bar Doonbeg Golf Course (and you must walk the beach under the course, spectacular on a windy day)
Morrisseys Doonbeg
and many more

Wander Kilkee or Kilrush
Plenty of Cafes, look at the "Diamond Rocks" in Kilkee at the perfect end to a Cliff Walk.

Crottys in the Square Kilrush, excellent trad. session and good food.
Search for Traditional Music on the web there are several festivals and Summerschools like the" Willie Clancy Summer School"

Farmers market is in Kilrush on Thursdays
Kellys Butchers Kilrush for Sausages and Blackpudding real holiday breakfast food (there is a BBQ in the Shed if the Weather Suits) All the family Butchers in the area will be happy to tell you all about the meat they sell and where it came from.
Considines Bakery, Francis Street, Kilrush, real bread with no preservatives, beautiful with a fry. Nice tarts too.
The Pantry, O'Curry Street Kilkee, Unbelievable cakes and buns freshly baked . which leads me to
Yoga, just a few fields away is "Pure Camping" and the Owner Trea runs Yoga courses and sessions in a purpose built setting.

Fish for crabs from the pier, there are lines in the shed
Play on the sand or swim. The Creek is tidal so for the young you should go to the beach at low water when they can swim, splash and play in shallow water. There is also a nice sandy beach at low water.
Swimming from the pier is quite safe there is no undertow, just be aware that the tide forms a current as it flows and ebbs and do not try to fight it, look at the flow before you jump in and go with it. on the Facebook "Querrin sailing" there is a link to a tide (website hidden) kids spend every evening of their holidays jumping off the pier and swimming around. There is a flat screen in the cottage playroom and a DVD player, bring your laptop or some DVDs so that you can relax at the fire and they will be happy after a days activity.
There is a large Garden around the cottage so they can play quite safely, You will find some Tennis Rackets in the hall, there is a Ball Alley on the pier, like an open air squash court so you can work off excess energy (or food) there.

There is a dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Washing machine, Cooker, George Foreman, Juicer, etc in the cottage.
We leave salt, pepper, sugar tinned goods, spices, condiments etc in the larder, If you finish something replace it but otherwise just work away
There are deck chairs and loungers in the shed if the weather suits as well as shrimp nets and handlines for the kids.
There is a childs riser seat for the dining table and a travel cot.
If a child wants company in the strange house, there is a single mattress and spare duvet under the bed in the downstairs en-suite room and they can bunk on the floor

Booking, Different rates and discounts apply through the year, please look at the website and you will see prices and availability - or just e-mail me but book through AIR BNB it is a great idea and deserves support.

All of the activities listed have Websites or Facebook Presence have a search to find your particular areas of interest. One person came a few years ago just to write a Thesis in the peace and quiet of the country!!!

Enjoy Ireland


Guest Access

Cliff and BeachWalking, Sight Seeing, Dolphin Watching, Golf, Great Food, Craft Butchers, Craft Bakers, Historic Sites and Castles, Swimming, Boat Trips, Cycling Tours, Shopping.

Interaction with Guests

Please contact us for information on your special Interests, Dolphin Watch, Guided Walks, Flora and Fauna, Irish Music, Golf, Food, "The Wild Atlantic Way"

The Neighborhood

The Peace, the quiet at night, looking at the stars from the patio after a BBQ. Walking the cliffs in the morning, bringing the kids crab fishing from the pier.
Fresh baked bread and coffee looking out over the sea. The fire and a bottle of wine at night (with the kids happy in the playroom).

Getting Around

You Must have a Car.

Other Things to Note

Go See the Cliffs of Moher by all means they are wonderful, but drive south from Kilkee (6 KM away approx) towards Loop head on the Cliff road if you want to experience miles of awesome cliffs, seastacks, rolling waves and the most wonderful sunsets you can imagine. Like me you may prefer them.

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House Rules

Enjoy, Relax, Take Care, Respect, replace what you use, leave nothing but footprints take nothing but memories. We leave a permanent stock of spices, oils etc,

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Safety Features
Smoke Detector

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.

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About the Host, Tim

Waterford, Ireland
Member since February 2013


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