|Tipo de imóvel||casa|
Esta propriedade espaçosa geminada com as suas vistas sobre o Oceano Atlântico está em uma localização privilegiada em uma paisagem intocada calcário, único e deslumbrante. É dentro de 1. 5 quilômetros de uma praia com bandeira azul, ea vila de Fanore com seu fabuloso restaurante italiano, pub de O'Donoghue e uma pequena mercearia estão a 5 minutos a pé. Organizado em dois pisos a parte no andar de baixo da casa tem uma sala de estar com uma área de incêndio e de jantar aberta .. Este se abre para um jardim com área de estar e às vezes soberbas do-sol sobre Galway Bay. Neste andar há também uma sala de estar confortável com capacidade para 6 pessoas, e um quarto com beliches (dormindo duas pessoas) A cozinha bem equipada olha para o leste sobre as colinas Burren. No andar de cima do quarto de casal e deliciosamente decorado quarto duplo exala um calor todos os seus próprios. Também neste piso é o banheiro, que foi recentemente remodelado.
Passeando pela área: Para passar algum tempo em uma paisagem única Burren é experimentar o prazer da região, atemporal beleza, austero de morros, vale, céu e mar. De Maio a Setembro as cores da mudança da paisagem, como plantas, flores e da beleza de borboletas selvagens mamíferos e pássaros acrescenta a este lugar único. A casa está localizada no canto norte ocidental do Condado de Clare. Esta área oferece vistas magníficas sobre as Ilhas Aran (um dos quais, Inisheer, pode ser alcançado a partir de Doolin) e Galway Bay. Este é o local ideal para explorar a parte ocidental da Irlanda, Connemara, a região de Shannon e Kerry. Algumas das principais atrações da região são todos dentro de 10 milhas da casa, Alliwee Caves, o Dolmen Poulnabrone. os penhascos de Moher, com seu centro interpretativo aberto recentemente. As aldeias de Ballyvaughan, Kinvara, Doolin, Lisdoonvarna e da cidade de Ennis oferecem uma hospitalidade irlandesa especial, com maravilhosos restaurantes, bares e lojas da especialidade.
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The house was perfectly set up, it was clean and everything was fine. It's located in one of the most beautiful areas we ever visited. Regardless if you like the ocean, beaches or mountains you find everything close by.
We arrived in the holidayhome of Anna with a weatherforecast of 5 rainy and stormy days, so our mood wasn´t at its best, but after our arrival we felt like home. Fresh Flowers on the table in the kitchen was more than a warm welcome, very nice furnished room, a brilliant location with sea view and everything clean and cosy, thank you very much. They also thought of the very petty little things like briketts (we needed them), salt, sugar, kitchen facilites for the dish washer etc.. Very handy. The shop is only a stonethrow away opposite O´Donoghous? pub, well equipped. The beach (we have already known it from our last stay) is in walking distance (15 minutes) or a short drive by car (3-5 minutes). Other sightseeing like Cliffs of Moher, Ailwee Cave and more needs a half-day trip. Though the heavy rain and storm we felt warm and comfortable in their house, to make fire was my sons tribute each day. At the end we were lucky and the weather cleared up and we had 2 wonderful and warm days nearby the beach.
For our 37th anniversary and my son's & daughter in law's, we decided a trip to Ireland would be ultimate celebration. The cottage was perfect--clean, modern, roomy enough for 4 adults, comfortable beds, and a well-equipped kitchen. The location was ideal, between the Cliffs of Moher and Galway City with great little towns, shops, pubs, restaurants in between. The beach was a little jaunt on a lovely country road surrounded by stone-walled fields filled with horses, cows, donkeys and sheep. We even had a cute spaniel type dog that greeted us every morning (the cookies helped). We loved being able to walk to the pub for fresh fish & chips and Guinness on tap. We also were able to catch a bus at the local shop that took us to Galway City so we didn't have to drive. In fact. the only negative of our entire trip was the driving. My advice (if you are driving) rent a small automatic car!
Other than the driving, my hubsband and I (early 60's) and our son & daughter in law (age 26) all found the west coast of Ireland, the activities, the sights, and the lovely cottage to be the best holiday ever.
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I stayed in this property in July 2009 with my family that consists of myself and my wife and three children aged 4, 2 and 4 months. This property and the Fanore area is ideal for anyone with a young family. Within walking distance is a shop/post office, restaurant and family friendly pub. Two minutes in the car gets you to a fantastic sandy beach. The beach is easily accessed from the free car park which has a toilet, shower and has a life guard patrol. The property is comfortable and has everything you need with great views of the sea and Galway bay. There are two fire places, a TV, DVD and CD player, dish washer and washing machine/dryer - there's even an interesting selction of CD's to keep you entertained. Electricity is paid for via a metre (2 euros), it is very reasonable and seemed to be good value. We were made to feel welcome by the local representative and the friendlly neighbours. The surronding area is beautiful - the drive along the coast road from Ballyvaughan to Fanore is breathtaking. There is loads to do which is easily accessible via car in Co Clare and Co Galway - although we spent alot of our time in the local beach. We had a fantastic holiday and our only regret was that we could not stay longer.
My husband and I stayed a week here in September and had a wonderful time. John and Anna, the owner's, could not have been more accommodating (thank you so much for going above and beyond) and were so patient with a such a pain of a Yank! Eileen, the caretaker, was so friendly and helpful and truly respected our privacy! We may not stay here when we come back (only because we didn't get to see other parts of Ireland) but we definitely recommend Sonas to anyone wanting a clean, comfortable, quiet, quaint and friendly place with a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Aran Islands. Be sure to see the Cliffs of Moher from above and below and eat seafood chowder everywhere you go!
Sonas férias casa está situada na aldeia de Fanore no "Wild Atlântico Way", que está no coração de uma das maiores glórias naturais da Irlanda, The Burren. A rota verde curta estrada, Caminho Burren, que começa em Ballyvaughan, torções
seus locais históricos maneira passado, áreas de beleza excepcional passagem pela casa para terminar em Lahinch, que possui um campo de golfe de classe mundial e alguns dos melhores surf do país. Sonas é a localização perfeita para explorar a parte ocidental da Irlanda e da região do Shannon, talvez tomar um ferry de Doolin, o lar espiritual da música tradicional na Irlanda para visitar as ilhas de Aran.
Outras atividades: Para aqueles de vocês que são amantes da música, Doolin (10 milhas) é conhecido pela sua música tradicional irlandesa.
|Taxas||Sem taxas adicionais obrigatórias|
All of the above rates are for the rent of the property for 1 week. Payment is only accepted in the quoted currency and that amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner/advertiser. Payment by sterling draft or cheque, and euro draft or cheque is accepted. A deposit of 25% secures the booking, with the balance payable 6 weeks before departure.