Sleeps: 7 + 1.
Cot available on request.
Pets by arrangement.
Low season 400 euro pw.
High season 750 euro pw.
For further details please contact:
Joe and Noreen Casey
Mob: 00353 87 4179040
Reload this mapThis three bed traditional cottage is available for letting. It is located adjacent to Fanore beach overlooking Galway Bay and in the midst of the Burren landscape.
The Cottage comprises:
- The bright spacious Kitchen/dining area, utility room, bathroom and two bedrooms downstairs. One bedroom has a double bed and the other has bunks and a single.
- Upstairs: The Living room and master bedroom with king sized bed and en-suite.
- The house is heated by an oil fired central heating system and also has an oil stove in the dining room area.
- The living room overlooks Fanore beach and has panoramic views of the Aran Islands, and Galway Bay.
- The house has all the latest mod-cons: TV, DVD, Video, Oven, Hob, Microwave, Dishwasher, Washing machine and Dryer.
- A library of books is available for patrons use along with board games for the rainy day.
- Cot and high chair available. Bed linen and towels supplied.
- Facilities in the local village (1 mile) include Post Office, Shop, Pub, Cafe and Restaurant. Other facilities include swimming, canoeing, fishing, caving, cycling, walking, horse riding, and surfing school.
- There are two developed cave systems locally - one at Ballyvaughan (Aillwee Caves) and the other at Doolin (Doolin Caves) which contains the largest stalactite in Europe.
- The local area is popular for walking and there are a host of green roads giving varied walks which are now mapped and signposted.
- There are a variety of popular fishing spots close by where any of the popular fish varieties can be caught off the rocks or on the beach.
- The Burren area is renowned for its Karst landscape and a wide variety of flora can be viewed especially in the spring, early summer period.
- The Local area is popular for groups interested in nature as it has a wide variety of wild animals and birds as part of the locality is accorded a level of protection under the EU designation "Special area of conservation".
- The beach is world renowned for its sand dunes and its famous yellow sandy beach and is only two minutes walk from the cottage. It is now a popular resort for surfing and has its own surf school - "Aloha surfing school".
The nearest villages are Lisdoonvarna and Ballyvaughan (9 miles) and the home of Irish music, Doolin (6 miles). Other attractions locally are Kinvara (15 miles) and the Cliffs of Moher (12 miles). The nearest golf courses are Lahinch (16 miles), Galway Bay (30 miles) and Gort (24 miles) and the Greg Norman designed course at Doonbeg (40 miles).Reviews
- Second visit for us and had a lovely week even with ropey weather, love Fanore beach and the cottage is a great place to relax when the kids have gone to bed. Thanks for all the extra bits that make it a home from home, other highlights, garden at Burren perfumery, shells at Bishops quarter beach and Linnane's seafood bar at New Quay.
Challis Family, August 2011
- Weather not great to start with but better as week went on. Beautiful location and a fantastic house. Enjoyed the Burren walks.
Mr and Mrs Olyroyd Sept 2011
- A beautiful home from home with everything provided - even binoculars and umbrellas. A fascinating area with lots to do. We spotted dolphins by chance on a visit to Loop Head Lighthouse. Hope to come again soon.
Mr and Mrs Andrews, Oct 2011