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“Cosy haven on the windswept but beautiful Clare coast” This house is magnificent: our party was comprised of 3 families - 6 adults and 4 kids - yet the house is so big it never felt like all those people could actually be in it! It is ultra well-equipped with all mod cons - and the kitchen especially so (we were able to make pancakes for breakfast without the usual panic of "is there a whisk? is there a large bowl?"). The decor is country charm meets artistic-chic - real wood floors, patchwork quilted beds (very comfy), lots of local artwork, and in the two lounges there are huge sofas with lots of cushions, while antique armchairs give depth of character. Mostly the house is very modern, though, and the bathrooms are beautifully appointed to 'Spa'-like standards. The location is brilliant, especially if you have kids, because it's off the main road and has a small but charming garden. The patio doors in the kitchen afford an amazing view of the Clare coast, windswept and misty. Doolin itself is a lively spot, with trad music on offer at each of the local pubs most nights. And it's within easy reach of the beaches at Lahinch and Fanore - and just over an hour to Galway. Can't enthuse enough - already planning our next visit...
“Perfect Location - Great Apts” We are just back from a 4 day stay in these great apartments, wish it was longer! 2 Adults & 2 kids aged 5 and 2 and it was just perfect. Location was great only a 5 min walk to all attractions in Salthill and straight across the road from the beach, makes life very easy with 2 small kids. Bus right outside door if you want to take a short ride into Galway city. Apartments are bright and spacious and very clean. View is amazing from living room. Few nice touches of leaving out tea facilities, towels etc for arrival. Would recommend for both families & couples. Staff very helpful.
“Perfect for a large group” Spent a great weekend in February at this house. Really recommend it for large groups, there is so much space that it never felt crowded which was helped by each room having an ensuite. Location is perfect as well, less that 10 minute walk from the town. Very minor gripes would be that hot water ran out quite quickly (we were only 7 people so well under capacity for the house) and the house was a little cold when we arrived - all things which could be ironed out very easily and the cold would not be an issue in summer time.