|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
This house has a great balcony views of the Lake. Perfect for BBQ. This house has an open plan layout with stylish design features. It has living room, kitchen and balcony upstairs with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms downstairs. It has gas fired central heating, on-suite bathrooms and private decking areas for watching the sun set while sipping a glass of wine.It also has it's own private jetty.......
Mountshannon is a beautiful and scenic village with its foundation in the 18th century. It is located on the shores of Lough Derg, one of Ireland's biggest lakes, in East County Clare, in the west of Ireland.
The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and the population is made up of many different cultures and nationalities. The village itself is elevated on a hill overlooking a beautiful harbour with an exceptional vista of the lake.
The properties at Lakeside Holidays are beautifully located to take advantage of this idyllic setting, offering high quality self-catering properties for the discerning holiday maker.Each property has it's own berth for a boat on our own private Jetty located on site with CCTV for security and piece of mind. With lots to do, from fishing, cycling, boating, horse riding to golf and much more, make Lakeside Holidays one of your first ports of call when looking for a special holiday experience. With cable TV and now High speed Wifi available (at a fee) in each property , your communications needs are taken care of, but most of our residents just want to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and relax on the shore of Lough Derg or explore the surrounding countryside
The single bedroom downstairs had a smell of urine, the tv only has two channels that work and the kitchen light didn't work. The toaster only toasts one side and there were only one pillow on each of the single beds.
Very basic accommodation for a property that looks so lovely from the outside.
Apart from that Mountshannon has been a perfect base for a lovely holiday.
We were very impressed by both the house and the location. The house was much bigger than we expected, next time we may bring more people! Huge bedrooms and bathrooms as well as the upstairs living area.
Alongside the house is the breathtaking location. Looking out onto the lake made for a relaxing breakfast on the balcony.
For the price and quality we will definitely be returning sooner rather than later.
Wow was so amazing. ..although it was freezing outside the warmth through the entire house upstairs and down stairs was so welcoming. ...I must say John who had the heating on the fire going and so much local info for us as we arrived was a blessing. ..we had a wonderful week and were close to so many people. .things. .towns. .nothing was too far. ..had a Christmas to remember forever. ...definitely look forward to coming back in summer.
Personal sehr zuvorkommend , Küche sehr spartanisch mit Geschirr ausgestattet , 2 Bratfpfannen defekt ,,keine Kaffeemaschine wie angegeben ,
die Spülmaschine lohnte sich nicht zu benutzen da nicht genug Porzellan vorhanden war , Dusche sah sehr schmutzig aus ,Sealer war braun und schwarz, das ganze Haus und hauptsächlich die Türrahmen brauchen einen neuen Anstrich ,
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Things to do
There are so many things to do in Clare and probably you will find the best yourself but here are some suggestions:
Cruise on Lough Derg
Have a game of Golf
Health & Beauty Treatments
Shop for Arts & Crafts
Dining & Wining
Explore the wonderful heritage of East Clare
Visit the Aistear Park in Mountshannon
Take a boat trip to Holy Island
Go Pony Trekking
Walk some or all of the East Clare Way
Go canoeing at www.lakesideireland.com
Holy Island derives its name from 'Inis Cealtra', meaning the 'island of the burial ground; or island of monastic cells'. The island lies about 1km from the mainland and 2km from Mountshannon.
An historic island with its roots in Christianity and Pre-Christian times. Pilgrims travelled here for hundreds of years right up to the mid 19th century. Inis Cealtra is associated with several Irish saints of the sixth and seventh centuries most notably St Caimin who founded a monastery here in the 7th century.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 25 2017 - Sep 2 2017
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$106|
Terms and Conditions
Notice of cancellation must be in writing. The following charges will then apply:-
Over 8 weeks before date of arrival Booking Deposit
8 - 4 weeks before date of arrival 50%
4 - 2 weeks before date of arrival 75%
Less than 2 weeks 100%
It is strongly advised that clients take out holiday insurance to cover the possibility of cancelation charges.
3. Electricity and gas used for heating and light is an extra charge payable by the client to the Supervisor before departure.The rates for these can fluctuate due to price increase/decrease from the providers. Water is also chargeable at a rate of €1.00 per day. The charge is based on the individual meter reading and it is recommended that the cost per unit be checked at the outset.
4. The Property must be left as it is found and the cost of repairs to or the replacement of property will be the responsibility of the client.
5. A security deposit from €100 per week of rental must be given to the Supervisor on arrival. This will be returned provided the supervisor is satisfied that the terms and conditions of rental have been complied with. In the event that the supervisor is unable to check the Property at the clients departure, the security deposit will be forwarded within 7 days. Clients are expected to leave the Property clean and tidy otherwise a charge of €35 will be made.
6. Rental of Property may be terminated with no refund at the discretion of the Supervisor or any officer of the company if clients/occupiers behave in a disruptive manner, cause a nuisance or disturbance, cause damage to the property or in any other circumstance deemed reasonable by the Sup