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“Magnificent house within walking distance to Lahinch” Fantastic, spacious house with en- suite in every room. There are double beds in all rooms and no twin beds as advertised but this made no difference to us but to be aware. Walking distance to Lahinch. Would stay here again without hesitation.
“Lovely apartment in great location” My friend and I really enjoyed staying in this lovely apartment. Very specious with everything you need. It's in a fantastic location to get to all the main attractions. In Lahinch itself the surfing is great fun and suitable for complete beginners. There's loads of restaurants and pubs to chose from. We picked the cornerstone and the food was amazing and good value. Lots of live music going on as well.
Cliffs of Moher are worth a visit. Although very crowded near the visitor centre a lovely cliff top walk along to hags head means you almost get the cliffs to yourself. The Arun islands are lovely with options to walk, cycle or sit back in pony and trap. We even got to meet Dusty the dolphin in Dingle. We stayed on the ferry coming back to see the cliffs from sea level. This was superb and allowed us to see the puffins flying about. The burren offers loads of walking routes. We did the carron loop which was well marked and beautiful scenery.
Many thanks for a wonderful stay and really appreciated the welcome basket on arrival.