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Our self catering holiday homes in Lisdoonvarna are set in a lovely enclave at the edge of this Victorian spa town beside shops, excellent restaurants and traditional pubs and just 6km from the coast and the ferry to the Aran Islands at Doolin harbour. The beautiful long sandy dune beach at Fanore is just 15km away and is a wonderful day out for all the family, ideal for swimming, surfing and picnics.
This self catering accommodation in Lisdoonvarna is a fantastic base from which to explore the Burren Region, the north Clare coast and southern Connemara. Many of Clare’s best known visitors’ attractions are within easy reach such as the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre, Bunratty Folk Park & Castle, the Aillwee Caves and Doolin Cave one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions. It is a truly authentic experience. It is your only opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite anywhere in the world.
The town is famous for its traditional Matchmaking Festival, one of Europe’s largest singles festivals, and has its own local matchmaker – Willie Daly.
Lisdoonvarna is Ireland’s premier spa town and is home to the famous Spa Wells Health Centre. This is the only active spa in Ireland. There are several springs which have traces of sulphur, lithium and iron and are particularly recommended for rheumatism and arthritis. The spa has a Victorian pump house, massage room, sauna and mineral baths in beautiful wooded surroundings.
These holiday homes are just 30 minutes south of the famous Burren Region, a limestone region which is home to over 70% of Ireland’s native flora, including 22 native orchid species. This amazing habitat supports equally diverse wild life – from wild goats to pine martens and a wide variety of butterflies. The area is also very rich in archaeological features including over 500 ring forts and more than 80 Neolithic tombs. This stunning landscape is as unique under ground as it is over ground with labyrinthine cave systems and disappearing streams and lakes. Guided walks with local farmer Shane Connolly or with John Connolly www.burrenwalks.com will give you an insight into the history of the Burren which will make you want to return again and again!
Mountain view horseriding www.horseriding-ireland.com are located just outside Lisdoonvarna and have treks and trails from beginners to experienced riders through the magical burren.
Lisdoonvarna to Ennis – 39Km
Lisdoonvarna to Galway – 68Km
Lisdoonvarna to Dublin – 261Km
Read reviews about Lisdoonvarna Village Holiday Homes on Trip Advisor:
We have just returned after a weeks stay in Lisdoonvarna. The property was really clean and comfortable and Debbie the supervisor was very helpful and made us feel very welcome. I was particularly pleased with the travel cots and high chairs that were provided for my 2 young ones- having stayed in various holiday homes I have seen some horrors in my time! There are plenty of tourist attractions within a short distance and it was an ideal base for us to travel around. Would definitely return here and would highly recommend it to others.
Angie - 25/05/2012 10:30:15
harry and myself had a vary relaxing holiday in the very comfortable house and would enjoy going back now that we are retired any more offers would be appreciated thanks again for the memories.
rachel.brant - 26/06/2012 14:21:48
The bungalow at Lisdoonvarna is exceptionally large with 2 double bedrooms and 2 singles in another room. Both the master ensuite and main bathroom are fully wheelchair accessible with toilet access and a stand-alone shower chair provided. The kitchen & dining area is also quite large and I being a wheelchair user found the space more than adequate to move about in. Outside the rear door is a patio area with picnic table. The sun shines here all day and is very pleasant although it is overlooked by the neighbouring estate, but we had no problems in that regard at all. The living room has a TV with just the local four Irish stations, also a supplied DVD player for your favourite movies you might bring from home. Its a cosy little room with 2 double sofas and coffee table. In fact the furnishings and provisions in the house were very good too. Dishwasher, Laundry and Dryer machines with electric hob and oven plus toaster, kettle and kitchen pots, pans, crockery etc. There was also detergents, clothes and brush pans for keeping the place clean provided. The homes at Lisdoonvarna are only a 100 yards walk to the village and it is all quite level ground along the footpath ways. We were delighted with the service and assistance provided by the local contact agent at the site throughout our stay.
laurelbank - 10/07/2012 11:37:47
Just back from a 2 week stay in Lisdoonvarna,the house was perfect in every way as per usual with all my hols with trident.It is an ideal spot within walking distance to the village and a short drive to two great beaches,a great time had by all especially the two dogs.Thanks Debbie .
dave fitzpatrick - 11/06/2013 15:00:32
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