“Cliff Cottage is located at the East end of the pretty town of Kilkee, Co. Clare – a prime spot on the Wild Atlantic Way.”
The cottage offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, Kilkee’s famous cliffs and its magnificent horse-shoe bay. As one of only two houses that enjoy a shore-edge location, the cottage provides direct access to the East cliff, George’s Head and Kilkee Golf Course.
To holiday in Kilkee is to have everything you need just a stone’s throw away:
- Kilkee has a fine spread of local shops and eateries – from grocery stores to gift shops, restaurants, delis and home bakeries.
- Sample some of the town’s vibrant pub culture for great food and of course, some traditional music sessions.
- Pay a visit to Kilkee Waterworld for some geyser, whirlpool, tower slide and river ride fun.
- Take in a local concert or art exhibition at the Culturlann Culture Centre.
- Kilkee offers golden sands, many fascinating rock pools and beautiful cliff walks.
- Enjoy a calm, protected swim in the crystal clear waters of the famous Pollock Holes – naturally-formed sea pools by the Diamond Rocks.
- Relax, revive and indulge yourself at the Kilkee Thalassotherapy Centre – which offers a beautiful range of traditional seaweed baths and wraps.
Cliff Cottage, Kilkee is the ideal base from which to enjoy day trips to:
The Cliffs of Moher – Soaring 702 feet above the Atlantic, the incredible Cliffs of Moher are top of the list of Irish ‘must sees.’ Offering magnificent views across to the Aran Islands, Galway Bay and Loop Head, the Cliffs are a geological wonder, a piece of Irish history and a world of beautiful flora and fauna.
Wild Atlantic Way – This world-famous coastal route that spans seven of Ireland’s counties – from Donegal to Galway, Kerry to Cork.
The Burren – A dramatic glacial, karst landscape, underlain by limestone which covered most of Ireland approximately 350 million years ago. With its wealth of wild flowers and animal life, the Burren is a wonder to see and a joy to walk.
Local towns – For some good shopping, head off to the bustling market town of Ennis (boutique capital of Clare) or heritage town, Kilrush.
Castles, towers and ruins – Uncover the history of the region, from Kilfenora Cathedral to O’Brien’s Tower at the Cliffs of Moher.
Loop Head Peninsula – This headland has the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Shannon Estuary on the other and was awarded a European Destinations of Excellence Award in 2010.
Ferry to Kerry – You are just twenty minutes by ferry from all the beauty of Kerry including the dramatic landscape of the Dingle Peninsula and the elegance of Killarney.
Dolphin watching – You won’t want to miss one of these incredible cruises that leave regularly from Carrigaholt or Kilrush.