House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
An Creag is situated less than 10 minutes walk from Lahinch beach and village in a small quiet development. The property is ideally located as a base for visiting the West of Ireland and the renowned Cliffs of Moher and Burren area. The village of Doolin is 15 minutes away - for all lovers of traditional music. And don't forget surfing - right at your doorstep.
The holiday home is detached with an open plan living/dining/kitchen area on the second floor and bedrooms on ground area. From the living area is a large balcony with views of the Atlantic and furnished with table and chairs to enable you to dine al fresco. T.V. with DVD/CD/radio surround sound system and MP3 player docking station.
Four in total. Master bedroom with kind size double bed, bedside table/lamps, iPod docking station and wardrobe. En-suite shower room with "wet room" shower, w.c., wash hand basin and heated towel rail. Second bedroom with king size double bed, bedside table/lamps and wardrobe. Third bedroom two single 3ft beds, bedside table/lamps/wardrobe. Fourth bedroom with double bed, bedside table/lamp and wardrobe.
the home is ideal for families, friends with plenty in the surrounding area to see and do during your stay.
Cot, high chair and stair gate available on request.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Lahinch 500 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Shannon 45 km, Nearest railway: Ennis 25 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
Boasting a cathedral ceiling with large triangular window on the upper floor of the holiday home thus giving a great sense of light and spaciousness to the open plan living, dining and kitchen area. A great room for entertaining and relaxing and leading to the furnished balcony to enjoy those summer sunsets.
On the lower ground floor are the four bedrooms (one en-suite with shower). Two bedrooms have King size beds (5 feet), one double (4ft6") and one room with two single beds. The main bathroom is modern in style and with bath and separate shower.
|Further details outdoors|
The outside has parking for two cars in the driveway with additional parking in the cul-de-sac. To the rear is a newly landscaped private garden with decking and bar-b-que area.
Weekly lets or long weekends or short breaks, two days minimum. We can be flexible according to what suits you.
Check out time is 10.00 am. and check in anytime after 4-00pm. In less busy periods, we can give you more favourable check in and out times.
A refundable damage deposit of €200 is required on arrival and will be refunded within 7 days of departure. Any damages and extra cleaning costs will be deducted from this.
A Welcome Pack is provided.
The County Galway/County Clare region
To the north of the county, the rugged Atlantic coast rises nearly 700 feet above the sea in the shape of the Cliffs of Moher. A couple of miles away, you'll find an amazing Karst limestone region called the Burren, which features caves, underground streams and rare alpine flora. The area also has plenty of fascinating archaeological sites, including the 5000-year-old Poulnabrone Dolmen.
Charming villages like Doolin, Fanore and Ennistymon are famed for their traditional music sessions. Clare is an ideal destination for those in search of the outdoors; sea, lake and river fishing, walking and cycling and of course golfing are all popular activities in the county.
Although the village of Lahinch began to develop in the 18th century the permanent population is only 500.
Yet this small friendly holiday centre and golfing mecca is world famous. It nestles at the head of Liscannor Bay beside a 2 km long beach of golden sands. It is ideal for bathing and swimming and many water sports including surfing. Nearby Liscannor bay is the perfect spot for a variety of other water sports including kite-surfing, wind surfing and sea kayaking. Nearby Kilkee is renowed for its diving and the Kilkee Dive Centre is fully equipped and caters to both beginners and experts.
The old Irish name for Lahinch was Leacht Ui Chonchuir - the tomb of O'Connor - the chieftain of an old local Celtic clan, who according to tradition is buried here.
It has two 18 hole golf courses. The renowned championship course celebrated in 1992 its foundation 100 years ago.
Even though it is intimate and unspoilt , Lahinch has a whole range of modern amenities and services including indoor pool and aquarium, pubs and restaurants. In holiday season the whole place is alive with music and dance.
It is an ideal centre from which to explore North Clare, including the Burren, one of the world's most unique lands.
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1 Nov 2013
"Lovely cozy home from home"
We stayed at this lovely house over mid term with our kids. The house was decorated Halloween style on arrival & cakes and ample supplies were generously left for us. The house is very well equipped a… More
8 Jun 2013
"Beautiful cottage with excellent facilities"
I stayed at 'An Creag' for 4 nights in June as part of a surf holiday in Lahinch with 4 friends. From the moment I first enquired about this cottage, to when we left, the entire process was … More
26 Apr 2013
"Want to go back!"
Amazing house from start to finish. Lovely lovely experience and such a great welcome from the owner. She left treats and a lot of basics like milk and bread out for us. Even cupcakes! So shocked and… More
14 Mar 2013
I visited Lahinch with a group of friends and we couldn't have picked a better place to stay! The living area was quite spacious and perfect for our group, the kitchen came stocked with everythin… More
14 Dec 2012
We very much enjoyed our stay, only for one night, but the home is lovely (the dining room chairs could be replaced at this point), but otherwise very nice, clean. Extra bonus was the Shetland Pony that was on the hill outside the kitchen window. Beautiful view of the water. Owner was very nice and met us at the home. Very pleasant. Highly recommend.
Many thanks for review and just to say new dining chairs were on order before Christmas and have since been replaced! Connie
7 Nov 2012
"Perfect Location for a Stay in Lahinch"
I stayed in An Creag with a group of 5 friends recently and to say that this house is the best holiday home we have ever stayed in is an understatement! We arrived to a warm house with the heating on … More
26 Aug 2012
"Quality quality quality!"
You get what you pay for!
I stayed in An Creag with family and friends from Spain in Aug 2012. We throughly enjoyed our stay in Lahinch thanks to the quality of An Creag and the attention to detail of Connie in kitting out this home.
Usually holiday homes are sparsely decorated and have functional, basic furniture. Some holiday Home owners give little consideration to comfort. This was not the case in An Creag. It was very well equipped with lots of unexpected extras: freshly-cut flowers, international adaptors, box of cupcakes and freshly-baked brown bread on arrival, matteress covers under sheets, electricity included etc etc. The bathrooms are modern and pristine. White towels supplied and lots of hot water - on a timer.
The living arrangements are inverted: you sleep downstairs which isn't a problem unless some of your party are early risers and you want a lie-in. The whole top floor is bright and spacious giving it a restful, airy feel.
The house is within walking distance of the town (with a path all the way) which is important if you don't want to drive everywhere or want a drink in town.
I would have no reservations about recommending An Creag- the only thing that worries me is that it might not be available when I want to return if too many people hear about this gem!
22 May 2012
"Amazing house, wonderful host and a brilliant break! Loved every minute!"
We booked this place for a birthday break and we're so pleased that we went with the 2nd choice as it was nearer the beach. Connie met us there and showed us round her lovely house, the decor is … More
8 Apr 2012
The house is stunning and Connie was a generous host leaving milk, scones and cakes etc which was such a nice treat for the kids. Would definitely recommend to anyone and would return myself. Great fo… More
6 Nov 2011
"Beautiful house in lovely Lahinch"
I don't usually leave reviews but felt I just had to do it on this occasion after a wonderful weekend in Lahinch. I was staying with a group of friends and choose An Creag as it could cater for a… More
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