This property sleeps: 4
with 1 Double, 1 Twin room(s)
In the heart of The Burren you will find Burren Court Holiday Apartments ideally located between Ballyvaughan and Lisdoonvarna at the top of Corkscrew Hill. These beautiful holiday apartments are set in a small family run development of just 8 apartments set around a beautiful country garden and courtyard.
The first floor holiday apartments have a separate entrance to the ground floor holiday apartments. A shared stairway brings you upstairs where you enter your apartment. The living room and kitchen area are open plan and have been designed with your comfort in mind. The kitchen overlooks the central courtyard area and is bright and airy.
There are two bedrooms, the double bedroom has an en-suite shower room and the second bedroom is a twin room with two single beds and a separate additional shower room. Please note there are no baths in any of these apartments.
The laundry facility for the holiday apartments is located in a common area onsite with washing machine and dryer. Guests can also avail of free WIFI during their stay.
Outdoor furniture is located in the courtyard and garden area for guests to enjoy.
Ballyvaughan, 8.5 km north of the holiday apartments is a beautiful seaside village located on Ireland Wild Atlantic Way. The village has a lot to offer locals and tourists with a selection of gourmet restaurants, traditional pubs and tearooms located in this picturesque seaside village. 8.2 km south is Lisdoonvarna famous for its music and festivals, its hosts the well-known matchmaking festival each September.
Take a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands. Standing at 250m, the Cliffs of Moher are some of the most dramatic cliffs in Europe. The Aran Islands are located off the coast of the Burren. Doolin Ferries and Cliffs of Moher Cruises both operate a passenger ferry service to The Aran Islands from Doolin between April and October.
Young and old will enjoy a visit to Hazel Mountain Chocolates, a bespoke bean to bar, stoneground chocolate factory located at the foothills of the Burren. Here you can see the art of making pralines in a traditional way and taste the most delicious chocolate pairings such as the Burren juniper berries or violet petals.
Other places of interest include the The Burren Perfumery, a family company making perfumes and cosmetics inspired by the Burren landscape. Or visit the award winning Doolin Cave or Aillwee Cave and Birds Of Prey Centre for a fun and educational days out for all the family.
Tea at Father Ted's House, Parochial House, Craggy Island was the house used for the series and is privately owned by Sheryl and Pat McCormack. Their family is delighted to give the public the opportunity to enjoy afternoon tea in their kitchen, complete with delicious home baking and stories of Father Ted.
Many visitors come to enjoy the Burren on foot or by bike. The quiet lanes are ideal for cycling and there are many walking trails too. The Burren Way a moderate to difficult, 123km walking trial is adjacent to the Burren Court Holiday Apartments.
Burren Court Holiday Apartments to Galway City – 56.3km (1 hour and 11 minutes)
Burren Court Holiday Apartments to Shannon Airport – 58.2km (58 minutes)
Burren Court Holiday Apartments to Dublin Airport – 243km (2 hours and 52 minutes)
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