Doolin Cottages offer a very high standard of accommodation with many comforts and conveniences. There are a wide range of cottages to choose from – 2 & 4 bedroomed versions, built in a traditional style and located in a peaceful setting overlooking the broad Atlantic Ocean and Aran Islands, just 1.25 miles (2km) from Doolin Village. There is also a modern style 3 bedroomed cottage available, located in the very heart of Doolin.
With an abundance of activities in the area for the whole family, you certainly won’t get bored!
Doolin Cottages offers very tastefully appointed accommodation in a truly idyllic setting on Ireland’s spectacular west coast. A variety of cottage sizes to accommodate all group sizes are available, and larger groups have the opportunity of rentiung multiple cottages in one lovely complex.
All Cottages Feature:
- Large Living Rooms with open stone fireplace
- Oil fired central heating
- Fully fitted Kitchen cum Dining area
- Washing machine
- Hair dryer
- Clothes iron
- Bed linen supplied
- Cot and high-chair available
Each Doolin Cottage comes equipped with a full Kitchen.
Choose to cook and enjoy your meals at your cottage, or head into Doolin or one of the surrounding towns, where a great variety of restaurants, ‘pub-grub’ and take-away establishments are available.
On the Map: The small village of Doolin is located on County Clare’s west Atlantic coast. The village is accessed via the R479 – a small country road that intersects with the R478 connecting the towns of Lisdoonvarna (to the north) and Lahinch (to the south).
People flock to Doolin from all over the world to sample wonderful, top quality traditional music in the local pubs. Until recently Doolin had only three pubs. There are now some new establishments on the scene but we recommend sticking to the old reliables: McGann’s, McDermots and O’Connor’s. Even at that you will be spoiled for choice. Each pub is full most nights with musicians and music lovers alike. Be sure to check out all three! The surrounding area has much of interest including the barren yet strikingly beautiful Burren region with, among other things, the 5,000 year-old Poulnabrone Dolmen. Also worth a visit is Doonagore Castle and of course the spectacular 650-foot high Cliffs of Moher, which are only a few miles from Doolin.