- english, french
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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nice week in authentic region
we spent a nice week in Cooraclare, in a interesting and quite untouristic region. The apartment was ok for 2 adults and a 2 years old boy.
People in Cooraclare and in the region are really welcoming.
Good place to spent quiet holidays in rural region!
logement bien situé
Appartement très bien situé pour visiter l'ouest. Mr Kenny est très gentil,serviable et parle un très bon français; Par contre,nous avons été déçu au sujet de la propreté,du manque de rangement et le lit d'appoint qui mériterait un meilleur confort. Nous sommes venus à 4 personnes dont 2 adolescents et cela est quand même juste par rapport aux points cités ci dessus. Logement plus conçu pour 2 personnes que 4.
Directions to Cooraclare village see www.aaireland.ie under route planner.
Surfing and windsurfing at nearby beaches 8 km.
Located near quaint Irish pub ,traditional music at weekends.Great base to explore the Loop Head Peninsula and West Clare
The Loop Head peninsula in Co Clare has been named the “Best Place to Holiday in Ireland” in an Irish Times competition. The competition reflects the fact that Irish people have holidayed at home in large numbers in recent years. In 2011, 57 per cent of Irish holidays were taken domestically.
Visitors to Loop Head can take part in a range of water-based activities, including kayaking, paddle boarding and windsurfing. In 2010, the area won an Eden award, which recognises sustainable tourism in Europe, for its aquatic activities. Since then, a number of new tourism businesses, including walking and cycling companies, eco-camping, and driving tours have been established, and most are members of the Loop Head Tourism business network.
The gateway to the area is the seaside town of Kilkee, popular with generations of beachgoers from Limerick. The town’s handsome Victorian seafront, Blue flag beach, Pollock holes natural swimming pools, cliff walks and golf course compensate for some overdevelopment around Kilkee.