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Luxury Living on the Wild Atlantic Way, BBQ Grill, Free Wifi, Fireplaces!

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4.9 / 5Exceptional
11 reviews


  • Kitchen
  • Air Conditioning
  • Washer
  • Dryer


What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    Fanore Beach
    13 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Doolin Cave
    10 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Mountain View Horse Riding Centre
    12 min drive
  • Airport
    Galway (GWY)
    48 min drive

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    About this area


    This cottage is located by the ocean and in an area with good shopping. Cliffs of Moher and Fanore Beach reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Mountain View Horse Riding Centre and Burren Birds of Prey Centre. Lahinch Seaworld and Lahinch Surf School are also worth visiting. Our guests appreciate the property's location for the sightseeing.

    What's nearby

    • Popular Location
      Fanore Beach - 13 min walk
    • Popular Location
      Doolin Cave - 10 min drive
    • Popular Location
      Doolin Garden and Nursery - 12 min drive
    • Popular Location
      Mountain View Horse Riding Centre - 12 min drive
    • Popular Location
      Aillwee Cave - 18 min drive

    Getting around

    • Galway Station - 52 min drive

    About this property

    Luxury Living on the Wild Atlantic Way, BBQ Grill, Free Wifi, Fireplaces!

    This smoke-free cottage features a garden. The cottage boasts a fireplace and offers a kitchen and a washing machine. For a bit of entertainment, a TV comes with a DVD player, and guests can also appreciate conveniences, such as 3 bathrooms and a living room.

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.



    Check-in time starts at 4:00 PM

    Special check-in instructions

    Guests will receive an email from the property manager with check-in and check-out instructions.


    Check-out before 10:00 AM

    Children and extra beds

    • Children are welcome.


    • Pets not allowed

    Payment types at the property


    Important information

    You need to know

    Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.
    Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
      On-site parties or group events are strictly prohibited.

    Property amenities


    • Internet access

    Parking and transport

    • On-site parking

    Family friendly

    • High chair


    • Fridge
    • Hob
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Dishwasher
    • Toaster
    • Cookware/dishes/utensils
    • Coffee/tea maker


    • 2 bedrooms
    • Linens provided


    • 3 bathrooms
    • Shower only
    • Hairdryer
    • Towels provided

    Living spaces

    • Fireplace
    • Living room
    • Dining room


    • TV with cable/satellite service
    • DVD player
    • Books
    • Video library

    Outdoor areas

    • Garden


    • Washing machine and dryer


    • Air conditioning
    • Heating


    • No pets allowed


    • Smoke-free property

    Services and conveniences

    • Iron/ironing board
    • Phone

    Location highlights

    • Near the ocean

    Things to do

    • Ecotours, cave exploring and mountain biking nearby


    • Sleeps 4

    Nearby things to do


    • Ecotours nearby
    • Rock climbing nearby
    • Surfing/boogie boarding nearby
    • Mountain biking nearby
    • Cave exploring/spelunking nearby
    • Hiking/biking trails nearby


    5 - Excellent
    4 - Good
    3 - Okay
    2 - Mediocre
    1 - Poor

    5/5 Excellent

    Beautiful location on Irish west coast

    Large modern house with huge master bedroom and 2nd floor open area. Kitchen also very large. Excellent view of the ocean. Fanore is a small village off the beaten path (no tour buses) but close to walks up the Burren. Great pub within walking distance. The real thing. If new at driving rural Irish roads, plan plenty of time.

    5/5 Excellent

    Not enough superlatives for this beautiful home!

    We've stayed in lots of VRBO places. Lots. But never in such a perfectly adorned and equipped place as this. The hosts are wonderful people and have thought of everything. Magnificent kitchen, Large bathroom, extra sleeping loft. And a spectacular picture-postcard view out of every window. Fanore is on the Wild Atlantic Way of Ireland's west coast. It's remote and unspoiled with a general store and a local pub to meet immediate needs and close enough to bigger towns for the shopping excursions and essentials you'll need for your stay. Within a very few minutes drive you can be in quaint historical places or neolithic sites or just on the Burren, magnificent by itself. And the view of Galway Bay and the Aran Islands is perfect, and right out the window. Highest possible marks for this place. Our best VRBO experience ever. You'll love it.

    5/5 Excellent

    A stunning place to stay

    We stayed a week here. It is a stunning home with amazing views. Mary our host is so nice, we enjoyed meeting her. The house is so comfortable and the kitchen is very well equipped. I would recommend this property to others.

    5/5 Excellent

    Nice house with large kitchen, master suite and beautiful views

    Homeowner (Mary) took good care of us providing coffee, tea, bread, fruit and other staples. She checked on us the day we arrived and answered questions about the area sites, eating and shopping. The house was comfortable with a well equipped kitchen, nice touches like an electric blanket, robes, and windbreakers. We loved the use of wood throughout the house and the views of the ocean. It was convenient to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher and several other historical sites. O’Donahue’s Pub a few blocks away had wonderful food and were extremely friendly. Vasco across the way was lovely place for coffee, tea and homemade cakes. My Son and I enjoyed walks around the area visiting the cows and the beach. We had a wonderful time and would definitely consider returning someday.

    5/5 Excellent

    Quiet and Welcoming Beauty

    This house exceeded our expectations. It has spectacular Atlantic views from the master bedroom and open kitchen, dining, and living area. It sits cleverly on the lower slope of one of the Burren’s impressive hills, close enough to hear the sea at night from open windows but far away enough not to hear the road. The house itself is impeccably clean and well kept. The kitchen is large and superbly equipped for serious home cooks, and we prepared three meals a day in it gladly with Burren produce we picked up in Galway and then throughout our stay. The master bedroom has a comfortable bed, nice bed linens, and superb sitting room for gazing at the sea and the sunset. The master bath includes a large soaking tub and a small shower. The suite also has a large, walk in-closet allowing one fully to unpack and store luggage. The windows open partially and let the wild sea breeze in should you have sunshine, and the heating keeps you toasty at night. The hosts, Mary and Gus, live next door on one side and also manage the nearly-twin cottage on the other side of this home. They are caring and helpful, going out of their way to make guests welcome. They stock the fridge with milk, eggs, and other essentials before guests arrive. They provided lots of helpful tips on the area and even came to get us when we punctured a tire. We loved Fanore because it is close to local highlights without being in the thick of them. At the owner’s suggestion, we went to a pub in Doolin (20 minutes away) to hear extraordinary traditional music. The Cliffs of Moher are about 10 minutes beyond that. It is quite possible to enjoy near solitude if one is anywhere other than those two tourist attractions. And so we fell in love with the Burren, rather than the tourist destinations. Roads and hiking trails immediately beyond the house allow one to explore the exquisite, rocky terrain as the wind whistles in the grass and the Atlantic sweeps out below. One hardly sees a soul. Remarkable stones, harsh rock, and an occasional farmer checking on the cows grazing in the pastureland. We would definitely stay here again and indeed hope to return next year.

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