Burren Way Cottages
AddressBellharbour, Ballyvaughan BallyvaughanSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
In the heart of the world-famous Burren, these charming self-catering cottages are located in the village of Bellharbour, approximately 6 km outside Ballyvaughan.
Burren Way Cottages make a comfortable base from which to explore Ireland’s Ailwee Caves, Corcomore Abbey and the world-famous Cliffs of Moher. The cottages are very popular with hill walkers and those touring the coasts of Clare and Galway.
There are 9 self catering cottages, each with 3 double bedrooms. There are 2 double bedrooms on the ground floor and another bedroom upstairs which has en suite facilities. Each cottage also has an open-plan living room/dining area with a TV and a real open fire.
Every kitchen is fully equipped with a microwave, a washing machine/dryer, a fridge and a cooker.
Cots and high chairs are available on request.
The village of Bellharbour has a small pebble beach and there is a local shop and a public house near the cottages.
The keys to your holiday home can be picked up at the holiday village between 16:00 and 18:00. If you are due to arrive outside of these times, please contact the supervisor for alternative arrangements. You can contact the supervisor directly, by telephone or via email, using the contact details supplied on your confirmation email.
Heating and electricity is provided at an additional and this cost must be paid on departure.
A security deposit of EUR 100 is required upon arrival for incidentals. This deposit is fully refundable upon check-out and subject to a damage inspection of the accommodation. A security deposit of EUR 100 is required upon arrival for incidentals. This deposit is fully refundable upon check-out and subject to a damage inspection of the accommodation.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Bicycle rental
- Facilities for disabled guests
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