This is a large, modern, luxury home that is located 5 min. from the village of Lahinch.
It is tastefully decorated, designed to a high specification and is bright and spacious throughout. The four large bedrooms, 1 en-suite with double shower, 2 separate reception rooms, lounge and sun room ensure a peaceful and comfortable holiday. The large kitchen is custom built in solid maple with granite work surfaces and hand crafted by a local award winning craftsman. The dining table can be expanded to seat up to 12.
An added bonus is the separate utility area. The lounge has a modern gas fire which on cool evenings can create a cosy atmosphere. Outside there is a patio with seating, lawn front and side with car parking.
A Cliffs Of Moher: The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's top Visitor attractions. The Cliffs are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometres over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. O'Brien's Tower stands proudly on a headland of the majestic Cliffs. From the Cliffs one can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, as well as The Twelve Pins, the Maum Turk Mountains in Connemara and Loop Head to the South. The Cliffs of Moher take their name from a ruined promontory fort “Mothar” which was demolished during the Napoleonic wars to make room for a signal tower.
The Burren: The Burren is a limestone plateau occupying an area of over one hundred square miles in North Clare. It is an area of scenic attractions where the clear light, reflected from the stone-grey hills, seems to radiate an air of timelessness, which is made more realistic by the presence of the many prehistoric remains that dot the fields and the valleys beneath. Here the unfolding layers of limestone form terraces on the slopes of the hills - a limestone desert but with a quick-changing landscape. Within a few miles may be seen verdant valleys, bright, green hills thick with hazel and bramble, while the grey heights are relieved by streaks of coloured vegetation contained in the fissures and rock joints.
Surfing in Lahinch: The two-mile long beach in Lahinch with its variety of breaks caters for novice, intermediate and experienced surfers. 5 miles further south you will find Spanish Point, another perfect surfing beach. Both are some of the best places in Europe to learn surfing with the advantage of the slower rolling Atlantic waves. There are several surf schools operating and rates are reasonable.
In Lahinch the 'Sea Shines like a Jewel' as penned by Percy French in his song about the West Clare Railway. Lahinch is nestled in a small bay where the rolling waves from the Atlantic break majestically on the shoreline. The landscape dotted by small green fields contrasts sharply with the ever changing colours of the sea .This picturesque village boasts one of the finest beaches on the west coast of Ireland along with the world renowned Golf Links and some of the best surf in Europe. It is an ideal location from which to visit the main attractions in County Clare. A must see are the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, the Burren, and the Aran Islands. Lahinch has a large indoor swimming pool and a large purpose built children's playground. There a range of options for dining from Indian to Italian and local Pub Fare, fresh fish is a speciality. For the discerning shopper there are art galleries and several boutiques. Local craft work is a plenty.
Golf: Playing the Old Course at Lahinch just a week before winning the 2009 Open Championship, Stewart Cink came away smitten with the club. The 'first 10 holes at Lahinch are some of the coolest links holes I've ever played,' Cink said. His comments only solidify Lahinch's status among the top links golf courses, not only in Ireland, but in the world. Phil Mickelson rates Lahinch among his all-time favourite links layouts though that's what you'd expect from a golf course touched by the magical hands of Old Tom Morris and Alister Mackenzie. Lahinch is a traditional, out-and-back links and is a true classic and you'll relish every moment, specially the unique challenges of the par 5 4th followed by a blinding par 3 amidst the dunes. Lahinch offers two courses the Old Course and the Castle Course. Other championship courses located in the region includes Doonbeg Golf Course which is approximately 20 km from Lahinch. A Pitch and Put course similar in design to the Lahinch Old Course is located 5 km from Lahinch.
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