The Coral Stonecutters Cottage
The Coral Cottage sits atop Doonagore, a spectacular high point that has views to the Atlantic Ocean, the Aran Islands, the Burren and the music village of Doolin. It is situated on a quiet country road with nothing but gorse and fresh air. The cottage has been fully restored with all modern conveniences, but retaining its traditional charm. The Coral Cottage has lovely views down to Liscannor Bay.
The cottage has off-road driveway parking.
There is a picnic bench on the patio.
The cottage has full central heating and a wood burning range in the lounge.
The Cottage has delightful features and consists of a galley kitchen. Lounge with woodburning stove and a sitting room with views down to Liscannor Bay.
The cottage has been fully renovated (and insulated) and has charm along with modern conveniences.
The Cottage is double glazed throughout
Oil fired central heating with radiators in all rooms
In the lounge there is a sofa and a wood-burning stove.
The cottage has a double bedroom and bathroom.
The cottage is in a small terrace of four. The cottages were built for the stonecutters who lived in Doonagore. They were built during the days that the stone quarry was working (around 1850) and Doonagore was a busy village. There is very little left of the quarry workings now and the area is mostly dedicated to arable farming (There is an excellent exhibition in the Rock Shop in Liscanor that shows the history of the Doonagore quarry).