Ferienhäuser in Irland

Doonbeg West Clare Co.Clare Ireland

Ceol na Mara Cottage
Doonbeg Clare

Ceol na Mara Cottage Doonbeg Co Clare
Ceol na Mara Cottage Doonbeg Co Clare
Ferienhäuser in Irland

Location of Ceol ne Mara Cottage

The house is located in Doughmore, Cree. Eircode: V15 YH64

GPS 52.76304, -9.48017
W N52° 45' 46.944" W9° 28' 48.612"

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  • Shops, Pubs, Restaurants in Doonbeg 10 mins.
  • Supermarkets in Kilrush and Miltown Malbay 15 mins.
  • Doonbeg Golf Course 5 mins.
  • Lahinch 20 mins
  • Cliffs of Moher 30 mins
  • Shannon Airport 1 hr
  • Kerry Airport 2 hrs via Shannon Ferry
  • Ennis 45 mins
  • Dublin 3 hrs

Good to know:

Ceol na Mara

The property is located near the Wild Atlantic Way, only a couple of minutes drive from Doonbeg Trump Golf Links and beautiful Doughmore beach.
The Carrowmore dunes can be seen from the house and are protecting one of the most beautiful beaches in Ireland, ideal for walking, riding and surfing. The nearest bathing beach is Clogher beach in Carrowmore, only a 5 mins drive away.

The village of Doonbeg is only a couple of minutes away, services include several good restaurants, traditional pubs and shops. Whitestrand is a safe bathing beach 5 mins from the village, further west are the Baltard Cliffs, one of the hidden secrets of Clare.

West Clare itself is still one of the last secrets on the Tourist Map of Ireland. It attracts especially those visitors who look for peace and relaxation in an scenic landscape of rolling hills and rocky coast line.
Kilkee Cliffs
The sights of County Clare are all within easy reach! Kilkee has a beautiful sheltered beach and is also starting point of the Loop Head Drive leading along spectacular cliff scenery to Loop Head Lighthouse. The bustling market town of Kilrush with it’s beautiful marina is just 15 minutes drive away. Boat trips to Scattery Island take place between May and September from Kilrush Marina. The town of Miltown Malbay is hosting the annual Willie Clancy Summer School each July which attracts thousands of visitors who are passionate about traditional Irish music and dance. Further sights nearby include Doolin, with the ferry to the Aran Islands, the Cliffs of Moher as well as the Burren limestone landscape with its huge archeological and botanical potential. The sights in and around Ennis - Quin Abbey, Craggaunowen, Knappogue and Bunratty Castles can also be reached in less than an hour

A range of activities is on offer - from angling and bathing to golfing and walking. [more...]

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