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€2,100 per week

Coogyulla, Doolin, Co. Clare

6 Bed

5 Bath

Holiday Home



    Notice: Updated 15/02/2021 Current Availability 29 Apr - 19th June 21 Aug - 30 Sep Cost per night May €200 per night June €250 per night August €300 per night Sept €250 per night Creamery Cross house is a newly refurbished house overlooking the village of Doolin and the Aran Islands. It is located one mile up from the village on the main Cliffs of Moher road. Just 50 meters from the house is a convenient store and a bus stop connection to Ennis and Limerick. Also 50 meters from the house is the Park and Ride center for the Cliffs of Moher Coastal walk. This is one of the most popular ways to experience the Cliffs. The space The house was fully refurbished in 2017 with all new flooring, furniture and fixings. The house has Oil central heating and also has one room with electric shower for on demand hot water. Their is a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, utility with washer and dryer and Living room. The house has six bedrooms in total and 5 bathrooms. It can sleep up to 13 people and has ample parking. Guest access Creamery Cross House is a standalone property - you have full use of the house and gardens, and complete privacy The house is located on the edge of the Burren close to the famous villages of Doolin and Lisdoonvarna. The Burren is a unique area of incredible natural beauty with its lunar landscape and extraordinary array of flora and fauna. The region contains numerous megalithic tombs, Celtic crosses and ring forts, not to mention Father Ted's house from the cult classic TV show. The center of Doolin with its legendary pubs, traditional music sessions, shops, gallery and restaurants is only 2km away. It is the perfect location to enjoy some good food and traditional Irish Music There is an 18 hole links pitch and putt course on the road to Doolin Pier, where you can enjoy a game with a stunning backdrop of the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands and Doonagore Castle. The course is conveniently located close to O'Connor's pub, where you can catch your breath after a game with some delicious pub grub, a creamy pint of Guinness and listen to some traditional Irish music. You can take the ferry from Doolin Pier to the Aran Islands or take a cruise under the Cliffs of Moher. Boats generally run from Easter to October. Beautiful Fanore beach with its spectacular Burren backdrop offers a less crowded seaside experience and is popular with surfers, swimmers and walkers alike. Follow the coast road with its stunning views north to visit the fishing villages of Ballyvaughan and Kinvara. Pricing Minimum stay of 3 nights.

    Property Facilities

    • Parking
    • Central Heating
    • Washing Machine
    • Dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Microwave
    • Internet
    • Garden / Patio / Balcony

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    Pat O'Neill

    Contact me about this property

    087 9876394 or 087 2020077



    Pat O'Neill

    087 9876394