Apartment in New Quay, Burren, Co Clare, Ireland
Sleeps 2. 1 bedroom apartment, (1 double bed-sleeps 2) in the peaceful village of New Quay, with its own private entrance & patio area, & a mere 1 minute walk to the seafood restaurant and quiet beach on Flaggy Shore. Overlooking Galway Bay & mid-way between the village of Ballyvaughan, Co Clare & the harbour town of Kinvara, Co Galway, this accommodation is a perfect base to explore The Burren region, day trips to Cliffs of Moher, Ailwee Caves or a boat trip to the Aran Islands.
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If the idea of renting a holiday cottage in Ireland conjures up images of peaceful, green countryside, rugged coastal landscapes and a scattering of towns and villages bursting with a history and culture that is unique to Ireland, holiday cottages in County Clare can turn those thoughts into reality when all this is waiting to be discovered in this beautiful county on the west coast of the country. Cottages in Ireland can be found to suit all requirements and preferences and with a long and spectacular coastline, the presence of both the mighty Lough Derg on the eastern boundary and the river Shannon to the south of the region, you'll never be too far away from water when you rent a holiday cottage in County Clare, so in order to satisfy a love of the sea or a passion for watersports, including the chance to enjoy some of the finest conditions and facilities for fishing in Ireland, cottage rentals in County Clare could provide the perfect solution. Those whose interests lie in Ireland's fascinating natural heritage will be delighted with the opportunity to explore a county rich in diverse habitats and environments, one of the most famous of which is the Burren, whose limestone rock formations, underground caves and variety of rare species of flora attract legions of naturalists and geologists - holiday cottages in Clare often being chosen regularly for family vacations as they make an ideal base from where a thorough investigation of the county can be planned, considering there are too many places of natural and historic interest to cram into one two-week break!