Shore Island View
Cooga, Kildysart, Co Clare
Phone: 065 6826408 – 086 4000518
- Floored in Irish pine throughout, and heated with oil-fired central heating, Shore Island View is the ideal family home-from-home.
- The 3 double bedrooms 2 with en-suite and 1 twin bedroom sleep 8 people. Bed linen and towels are supplied gratis.
- The large well-equipped kitchen with ample seating has all the mod cons, including microwave oven, dishwasher, and gas stove. The house features its own pure natural spring water. Other facilities include Washing machine and Tumble drier.
- The Living Room with its gas fire, comfortable sofas and armchairs seats eight people and has a 24 colour TV, DVD player and video.
- Additional facilities include:1 cot available on request and babysitting service.
- Shops and pubs in Ballynacally and Kildysart villages are 5 minutes drive from the house.
With panoramic views of a large swathe of the picturesque Shannon Estuary, this 4 star self-catering holiday home is the ideal touring base for the discerning traveller wishing to explore the wonders of counties Clare, Limerick and Kerry.
The house itself is newly refurbished to the highest standards, and takes its name from the island just a stone's throw from the patio. Situated a mere 150 metres in off the scenic coast road that meanders its lazy way along the north coast of the fabled Shannon Estuary, this luxury home-from-home offers unparalleled peace and privacy for your pleasure.
Shore Island View is located on the shores of the Shannon Estuary, Ireland's longest river, only 40 minutes drive from Shannon International Airport.
Ennis, Ireland's Information Age town and the bustling capital of County Clare is just a 20 minute drive away, as is the Killimer car ferry linking counties Clare and Nature-lovers can get to the Burren National Park in less than an hour, while the fine sandy beaches at Kilkee, Doonbeg and Spanish Point are very convenient.
Anglers can avail of Clare's many lakes such as Gortglass Lake and Ballyleann Lake nearby to fish for pike, trout and other species. See Angling Ireland for more details.
For horse riding you can avail of Burke's Riding School in nearby Clarecastle. Clare has several quality golf courses for the golfing enthusiast at Dromoland and Ennis (2), while Lahinch and Doonbeg are among the best golf links in the world.
The village of Kildysart down the road has 6 top quality pubs to choose from. Local festivals include carnival in Kildysart at the end of July, and an agricultural show in mid-August.
If you wish to explore the world famous Ring of Kerry, the rugged Dingle Peninsula, or the lakes, mountains and forests of Killarney National Park, Killimer car ferry is a leisurely 20 minute drive west on the coast road.