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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.
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:
Lovely clean, spacious houses. Great space outside, front and back and well maintained. Extremely helpful and friendly property manager in Mags. Great person. Would definitely go again.
Rita Phelan - 15/07/2014 18:35:57
Just spent two great weeks at the Lisdoonvarna holiday homes. Homes are spacious and very comfortable. Great green area at front and garden at the rear of property. Great base to visit all of Co.Clare and beyond. Everything you could need in a holiday home and more. Very friendly and helpful welcome rep. Great information pack with local attractions on arrival. Will use Trident holiday homes again.
Charlotte Pye - 08/07/2014 20:19:11
Lovely clean holiday home within a v short 3 minute walk of shops, pubs and restaurants. Very central location for touring the Burren region. Got a great welcome from Mag's the property manager. Martin
Martin lynch - 08/07/2014 18:54:27
Lovely houses! Very big, spacious and clean which a great garden. The houses are a few minutes walk from everything you need. Highly recommended!
Suzie - 25/06/2014 13:36:27
Absolutely lovely houses! A group of us stayed in four houses recently & all four were perfect. They were in great condition, really bright and comfortable. And the property managers were a pleasure to deal with! Definitely my first choice for accommodation in Lisdoon!
Pauline - 24/04/2014 11:57:06
House great, comfortable, large garden for dog close to amenities. Ideal base for touring West Clare Burren etc
Jim Kavanagh - 05/11/2013 12:41:01
A group of us go to Lisdoonvarna during the Matchmaking Festival every year. This is our third year of staying in the Trident Holiday Homes and we plan on returning again next year - which says it all really. Houses are clean, spacious and airy. It's just a couple of minutes walk into the centre of town but even at the height of the festival when it's very busy and noisy the houses are in a quiet location. Highly recommended.
Maureen - 08/10/2013 14:37:09
Everything was just top class
Eugene Buckley - 03/10/2013 12:18:27
this was our second time staying, three of us. as before, lovely house, spotless, great location and plenty space in the house. we will be back.
sheila winters - 03/10/2013 08:48:50
We had a great weekend staying at Lisdoonvarna Holiday homes. The houses are really very close to the town, and the town is a good base for visits to the Burren, Lahinch and Bunratty. We stayed in the bungalow, which was very spacious and fitted out for disabled access (ramp, wetrooms etc). The house had a good range of appliances, including washer /dryer (handy with Irish weather). We did have a problem with a very old mattress, but Debbie has let us know that these are now being replaced based on our feedback a couple of days ago -so the moral of the story is that if you have a problem, let Debbie know straight away so that things can be fixed/replaced!
Pauline D - 12/09/2013 12:42:14
This was our second time at Lisdoonvarna Trident Holiday Homes. As with last year we had a beaqutiful clean, well decorated house with every domestic appliance you could ask for. We were so near the town where there were restaurants, music in the bars every night and all within very easy, well lit, walking distance. We really enjoyed our week there and will be back next year.Ellen McCormack
Ellen McCormack - 05/09/2013 18:34:06
Just back from our fantastic holiday in Lisdoonvarna. The houses were great for our family of five, very spacious, well equiped and extremely clean. The green area out the front was great for the children and we could see them at all times from the house while they played with the new friends they had made. There is lots to do and see in Clare and Lisdoonvarna is a great base point. Debbie our point of contact was fantastic. I would also like to say that the staff at Trident are brilliant. My Granny passed away the day before I was due to go on holiday and when I asked at short notice could I delay my holiday by a week it was no problem at all! Trident are a pleasure to deal with and I will be booking my holiday with them again!
Louise Durcan - 27/08/2013 11:58:51
Stayed with a large group in Lisdoonvarna using both the wheelchair-friendly house and two of the standard houses. The houses are well equipped, very comfortable furnishings and tastefully decorated. The houses are very well located both in their proximity to the village (literally 2 min walk) and as a base for exploring Co. Clare and surrounding counties. We visited Doolin, Bunratty, Galway, Limerick, the Cliffs of Moher, Ailwee caves and birds of prey centre etc and they're all a comfortable driving distance from the houses. The wheelchair-friendly house was very user friendly and offered all the comforts of home
Seamus Carrie - 07/08/2013 10:44:12
Back from 4 nights in Lisdoonvarna. Location is ideal as you can walk to village and there are local supermarkets that are well stocked. Debbie was our contact and was a pleasure to deal with. The house was clean and well presented. This was my first time using Trident and I was very happy with it.
Carmel Doyle - 05/08/2013 20:24:11
Just back from a week in Lisdoonvarna with my severely disabled husband, son and daughter-in-law... Because my husband is so disabled and his wheel chair is extra large most hotels and self catering accommodation are not suitable for his needs.The house in Lisdoonvarna was absolutely beautifully decorated and perfect for my husbands needs and those of any wheelchair user. The doors where extra wide, the light switches are down low, the kitchen cabinets are specially built for wheel chair users. There are two bathrooms and each bathroom is fully equiped for wheel chair users needs. There was more than enough room to put my husband's hoist in the ensuite bathroom to keep the room tidy during the day and enough room in the bedroom to get him in to bed at night.The property manager Debbie is absolutely dedicated to customer service and went above and beyond the call of duty to help us while we were in the house and ensure we enjoyed our stay in Lisdoonvarna.The house itself is completely equiped with linens, washing machine, dryer, fully stocked kitchen.My husband went to Lehinch Beach, Doolin Pier to see Dusty the Dolphin and watch the sun set behind Inisheer Island, we took a day trip to Ennis to see Dromoland Castle and Bunratty Folk Park.My husband and I have not had as good a vacation in years because most wheel chair facilities are not up to scratch. Thank you Debbie and Lisdoonvarna Holiday Homes for keeping your word and actually being wheel chair accessible! We will see you next year!
Geraldine Lenehan - 24/07/2013 01:54:11
Just back from a week long stay in Lisdoonvarna. The house was perfect with more than enough space for 3 adults 3 kids (7,9 and 18 months) Highchair and cot where waiting for us as promised by Debbie. Also we arrived a day late which was also no problem for DebbieThe location of the house was perfect within walking distance of the town 5 mins max and only 15-20 mins drive to Lehinch beachIt was like being at home as the house has all the appliances and comforts you would want.Have already recommended Trident homes on the back of our stay and will definatley be staying with them again sometime in the near futureThanks againMark
Mark Quinn - 16/07/2013 15:57:47
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
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
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
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
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