Radharc Na Mara
On Ireland’s west coast lies the town of Lahinch. This small town has a lot to offer its visitors with a beautiful sandy beach which stretches the length of the village and beyond and provides some beautiful walks and idyllic conditions for fishing, swimming and in recent years has become a surfers paradise. Lahinch hosts a championship golf course, putting green, a seaworld with aquarium, leisure centre and swimming pool. There are many pubs and excellent restaurants on offer in this town.
Beautiful spacious 4 bedroom house within walking distance of Lahinch Village
Garden with deck area
Not wheelchair accessible
Dogs welcome on request (additional fee €30 per dog/ minimum of 2 dogs)
Dining Table/Breakfast counter
Bedroom 1: Double bed (en-suite)
Bedroom 2: Bunk beds
Bedroom 3: Single bed
Bedroom 4: Single bed
Enjoy a beach walk in Lahinch and enjoy the magical quality of the waves and clean sandy beach. Lahinch is a world class surfing destination with so much to offer the water sport enthusiast. Often surfers can be seen off shore and be warned the tide can come in very quickly leaving walkers to move to the upper bank. This beach is famed for its prized sunsets with the cliffs beyond.
County Clare is one of the most captivating counties on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. This is an outdoor paradise offering breathtaking beach walks, cliff walks and phenomenal rock and flower exploring in the world heritage protected Burren.
The world famous Cliffs of Moher are situated just a 15 minute drive from Lahinch and a further 5 minutes drive north is Doolin village, renowned as home to some of Ireland's finest traditional musicians.