This traditional Clare style cottage is located within its own site in Ballyvaughan village. A 2 minute walk, 250m, will bring you to the village and harbour. The large site allows for good car parking and generous gardens in a private and peaceful environment. The cottage sleeps 8 people in four bedrooms with 2 double beds, 4 single beds and a cot. All bed linen is provided. three of the bedrooms have a shower/wash basin/toilet en suite. An additional toilet/shower room serves the rest of the cottage. A high standard of traditional hand made pine furniture complements some interesting features in the cottage.These include render plastered walls, 2 wooden staircases and a balcony to the first floor. The living/dining area is the main room in the cottage with a solid fuel stove set in a traditional chimney breast with wooden floors and timber clad cathedral ceiling. The kitchen has character and incorporates all the modern fittings. Electric central heating heats the water and cottage.
General: The rental period begins at 4.00pm Saturday and ends at 10.30 am the following Saturday.Other arrangements can be made on request, we are very flexible.
We accept payments by bank transfer and you can also pay by credit card via PayPal.
The pick up point for the keys is at the cottage itself.Please let the caretaker know your time of arrival.
Bed Linen is provided.Towels are provided.
A fire extinguisher and fire blanket is located in the kitchen.Smoke alarms are located over each landing.
Please note that we are very flexible in regard to arrival and departure dates and times.
Electricity: The electricity you use will be charged at €0.35c per unit used on the day meter and €0.25c per unit used on the night meter.
An E.S.B. (electricity) meter reading is taken prior to your arrival and again prior to your departure.The amount due for electricity must be paid to the caretaker before departure.
Refuse: A refuse (wheelie) bin is located outside the cottage and the refuse is collected once a week. Please use the refuse sacks provided and do not place loose refuse in the bin.Get the full listing »