Self Catering Clare
Holiday Homes Clare
for 10/09/2014 - 17/09/2014
SPANISH COVE APARTMENTS
Self Catering Kilkee
These modern Spanish Cove holiday homes, some of which have stunning views over Kilkee's blue flag horse shoe beach.
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LISDOONVARNA VILLAGE HOLIDAY HOMES
Self Catering Lisdoonvarna
Lisdoonvarna, in North Clare lies in the heart of the Burren region, just 6 km from the coast, and is Ireland's only active spa center in Ireland. The town has become famous for its matchmaking festival in September.
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LISCANNOR HOLIDAY HOMES
Self Catering Liscannor
Carved by the Atlantic waves, the 210 metre Cliffs of Moher in West Clare are just 10 minutes due west of the lovely seaside village of Liscannor where we offer 23 properties just minutes walk away.
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LAKESIDE HOLIDAY HOMES
Self Catering Killaloe
These stylishly furnished, three bedroomed holiday homes are within easy walking distance of Killaloe town and situated within attractive landscaped grounds on the shores of Lough Derg.
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MOORE BAY HOLIDAY HOMES
Self Catering Kilkee
Moore Bay Holiday Homes are situated within easy walking distance of Kilkee's beach and town centre. The houses have three bedrooms and sleep up to 5 people. With a tennis court and childrens play area on site, Moore Bay Holiday Homes are the ideal destination for a family break.
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MOUNTSHANNON HOLIDAY VILLAGE
Self Catering Mountshannon
Mountshannon is a beautiful, scenic village set on the shores of Lough Derg. Mountshannon has been a National Tourism and Tidy Towns award winning village and this complex of just 12 houses is located in the heart of the village surrounded by many pubs and restaurants.
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DOONBEG HOLIDAY HOMES
Self Catering Doonbeg
Doonbeg Holiday Homes are a collection of three bedroom self catering houses located in the centre of Doonbeg village and 3 miles from the White Strand blue flag beach. Doonbeg enjoys traditional Irish pubs some of which are highly renowned for their food.
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BALLYVAUGHAN HOLIDAY COTTAGES
Self Catering Ballyvaughan
The village lies at the edge of the Burren region on the Southern shore of Galway Bay. The cottages are located in the centre of the village and are within walking distance of all amenities including traditional singing pubs and excellent seafood restaurants.
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QUILTY HOLIDAY COTTAGES
Self Catering Miltown Malbay
Quilty Holiday Cottages are located halfway between Spanish Point and Quilty, close to Spanish Point Beach.
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BURREN WAY COTTAGES
Self Catering Bellharbour (Burren)
Burren Way Cottages are set in the heart of the world famous Burren and located in the village of Bell Harbour. The village hosts a small pebble beach and a shop and pub are within a short stroll of the cottages.
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Holiday Homes Clare, Ireland – Travel to the Banner County
Stand over the Cliffs of Moher, gaze across the Burren, walk through the Poulnabrone Dolmen, spelunk through the largest cave system in Western Europe and experience the awe and amazement of this eternal place. This rugged part of Ireland’s West Coast is where the people of pre-history worshipped, thrived and created extraordinary burial grounds that remain to this day, more than 5,000 years later (pre-dating even the ancient Celts).
County Clare’s natural wonders and pre-historic human relics are unrivalled and often over looked. Towns, ruins, monuments and artefacts sprinkled throughout the county offer a glimpse through time like no other region across Europe or the Americas. Still to this day, the musical traditions of County Clare are infamous and continue to entertain throngs of tourists and music aficionados from all over the world.
Clare Self Catering – Luxury Clare Accommodation
Planning a family vacation or romantic getaway can be stressful if you don’t know where to go to book your reservations. Selfcatering.ie is one of the most reliable holiday home resources online. Self catering is easy and affordable. You can check availability and book your Clare holiday home within minutes.
You can choose from luxury family holiday homes or you can find bargains with great vacation rentals. You can stay a week or two, or you can book an accommodation in Clare for months at a time. You can enjoy resort style amenities while renting apartments hosted within a hotel complex. You can enjoy your privacy or invite friends or even business associates. This is self catering so it’s self determined. You choose the destination, the type of rental, and the length of your vacation. It’s simple, fast and easy, and there’s no stress necessary.
Self Catering Clare - Travel Highlights
Doolin and The Cliffs of Moher
Just North of Doolin and rising defiantly out of the Atlantic Ocean, the magnificent Cliffs of Moher stand 700 feet (214m) high – some of the highest cliffs in Europe. This is where the Celts roamed the West, settled, worshipped and erected monuments – some of which still exist today. After visiting the cliffs and indulging in all the Celtic ruins, make sure to take in all of the music festivities Doolin has to offer. Known as the ‘traditional music capital of Ireland,’ you never know who you might see playing in this small town musical paradise.
Lahinch Seaside and Seaworld
Lahinch is a bustling seaside town with lovely beaches and premier golf courses. Lahinch is also home to some of Ireland’s best surfing. Seaworld on the promenade is a state-of-the-art aquarium where you can observe many Atlantic aquatic species, and if you fancy joining them, there is a 25m swimming pool right in the facility. With some of the best restaurants on the West Coast, Lahinch is a picturesque haven with entertainment and activities for everyone.
Ballyvaughan, Aillwee Cave and The Burren National Park
The Burren is an extraordinary landscape of limestone rocks. Looking almost like the surface of another planet, this national park is full of ancient relics, tombs, and dolmens from civilisations dating back as far as the Bronze Age. The Burren’s mystery and energy affect almost everyone who visits its ruins and its hillsides. Explore this landscape from within by visiting Aillwee Cave, a 2 million year old fissure that supports some of the largest stalagmites and stalactites in Europe, along with an underground river and waterfall.
- Lakeside Holiday Homes
- Spanish Cove Holiday Homes
- Liscannor Holiday Village
- Lisdoonvarna Holiday Village
- Moore Bay Holiday Homes
- Burren Way Holiday Homes
- Bunratty West Holiday Homes
- Corofin Lake Holiday Homes
- Doolin and The Cliffs of Moher
- Lahinch Seaside and Seaworld
- Ballyvaughan, Aillwee Cave and The Burren National Park
- Russell Memorial Weekend Music Festival
- Iniscealtra Festival of Arts
- Ennis Trad Festival
- October Arts Festival Ennis
- Feakle Traditional Music
- St. Patricks Weekend Festival
- Chord: The Ennis International Music Festival
- Shannon International Music Festival
- Ennis Street Festival
- Feile Brian Boru
- Merriman Festival
- Loophead Gathering Festival
- Rose of Clare Festival
- Ennistymon Family Festival
- Kilmurry Harvest Festival
- Shannon International Airport
- Bus Eireann
- Ianrod Eireann
- By Car (maps)