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Doolin Court Holiday Homes

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Doolin, Co. Clare
  

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This property sleeps: 5 with 1 Double, 1 Triple room(s)


These modern self catering holiday homes in Doolin Court are situated 2km from the charming fishing village of Doolin with its traditional pubs, famous for their live music sessions, cafes and fabulous scenery, Doolin is a firm favorite with many visitors.

Doolin Court Holiday Homes are modern semi detached and terraced style set a 3 minute walk from Doolin Village. The modern complex of 12 holiday cottages sleep up to five people with one double bedroom (ensuite) and a second bedroom with double and single bed on the first floor.
On the ground floor, there is an open plan living, dining room and kitchen with comfortable sofas. The houses are furnished and decorated to a high standard with calming tones of creams and taupe to add to the air of comfort and relaxation.


Ferries leave regularly from the pier at Doolin harbour to the Aran Islands and people can also book a trip to view the famous Cliffs of Moher from the sea.

There is a stunning Blue Flag Beach just 15 minutes drive away at Fanore. This stretch of the Clare
coastline is particularly popular with surfers and Aloha Surf School operates at Fanore beach catering for surfers of all levels of ability.


The Doolin Activity Centre is located on the outskirts of the village. They can arrange a wide variety of outdoor activities including guided hikes, cycling and rock climbing with equipment available for hire.

Doolin village is a central point on The Burren Way, a marked walking trail through the unique landscape of The Burren National Park. This region of Clare is home to over seventy precent of Ireland’s native flora including 22 native orchid species. The area is also very rich in archaeological features including over 500 ring forts and more than 80 Neolithic tombs.

Doolin Caves were discovered in the early fifties and are over 10.5km in length with a number of underground rivers. The main entrance is the Fisherstreet Pothole located in the centre of the village. The system may be explored unaccompanied by experienced potholers but there are plenty of local guides who will accompany first time cavers.

Lahinch Links Golf Course is just a 20 minute drive away and for those preferring pitch and putt Doolin 18 hole Pitch and Putt, which boasts magnificent views of the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands is a very conveniently located near the harbour.

This self catering accommodation in Doolin village is a great holiday base from which to explore many of the best known visitor attractions which Co. Clare has to offer such as the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre, Bunratty Folk Park and Castle and the Aillwee Caves.

  • Doolin to Ennis – 42km
  • Doolin to Galway City – 75km
  • Doolin to Dublin 268km

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We had a lovely holiday. We were delighted to have our dog with us and the house was perfect. Our tv was broken until the Tuesday, due to a satellite problem, these things happen. The tv itself could perhaps be bigger, more modern. Also the kitchen could of done with a few more things, like a chopping board, casserole dish, better quality pots and pans. The house was spotless and well aired. We would recommend this house to friends.

Mairead Ewing - 29/07/2015 08:45:51