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This wonderful property is located just 1 mile from Quilty seaside village situated right along the Wild Atlantic Way with its own pub and shop, 2 miles from Spanish Point with its own surf beach and golf club whilst the busy market town of Miltown Malbay is less than 5 miles. The newly built dormer bungalow provides high speed internet and WIFI access with views over the countryside and to the sea. It boasts a central location on the Wild Atlantic Way that is ideal for visiting all the sights of Clare from the Burren and Cliffs of Moher in the North to the fantastic Loop Head Peninsula and Kilkee seaside resort to the South. Heading south along the Wild Atlantic Way you can get the Car Ferry from Kilimer to Tarbert in Kerry to continue your journey down the atlantic seaboard.

Oil by meter read, The first 10 kw of Electricity is included in the rates for the property and will be meter read after this., wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, satellite tv, dvd player, CD, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, internet access, hairdryer, partially enclosed garden, patio area, private off road parking, security alarm. Sorry no pets.

Quilty village (1.5 miles) lies along the Atlantic coast in West Clare. Quilty is beautifully located along the Atlantic coast of West Clare. It is an area made famous due to the wrecking of numerous Spanish ships in the area. The San Marcos was wrecked off Mutton Island and the headland above Quilty is named Spanish point in memory of the events of 1588.

Boats leave from Kilrush Marina (13 miles) and Carrigaholt (22 miles). The Shannon Estuary hosts large families of bottleneck dolphins. A lonely ambassador dolphin is roaming the coast near Spanish Point and is often to be seen from the coast.

This wonderful property is located just 1 mile from Quilty seaside village situated right along the Wild Atlantic Way with its own pub and shop, 2 miles from Spanish Point with its own surf beach and golf club whilst the busy market town of Miltown Malbay is less than 5 miles. The newly built dormer bungalow provides high speed internet and WIFI access with views over the countryside and to the sea. It boasts a central location on the Wild Atlantic Way that is ideal for visiting all the sights of Clare from the Burren and Cliffs of Moher in the North to the fantastic Loop Head Peninsula and Kilkee seaside resort to the South. Heading south along the Wild Atlantic Way you can get the Car Ferry from Kilimer to Tarbert in Kerry to continue your journey down the atlantic seaboard.

Oil by meter read, The first 10 kw of Electricity is included in the rates for the property and will be meter read after this., wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, satellite tv, dvd player, CD, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, internet access, hairdryer, partially enclosed garden, patio area, private off road parking, security alarm. Sorry no pets.

Quilty village (1.5 miles) lies along the Atlantic coast in West Clare. Quilty is beautifully located along the Atlantic coast of West Clare. It is an area made famous due to the wrecking of numerous Spanish ships in the area. The San Marcos was wrecked off Mutton Island and the headland above Quilty is named Spanish point in memory of the events of 1588.

Boats leave from Kilrush Marina (13 miles) and Carrigaholt (22 miles). The Shannon Estuary hosts large families of bottleneck dolphins. A lonely ambassador dolphin is roaming the coast near Spanish Point and is often to be seen from the coast.

This wonderful property is located just 1 mile from Quilty seaside village situated right along the Wild Atlantic Way with its own pub and shop, 2 miles from Spanish Point with its own surf beach and golf club whilst the busy market town of Miltown Malbay is less than 5 miles. The newly built dormer bungalow provides high speed internet and WIFI access with views over the countryside and to the sea. It boasts a central location on the Wild Atlantic Way that is ideal for visiting all the sights of Clare from the Burren and Cliffs of Moher in the North to the fantastic Loop Head Peninsula and Kilkee seaside resort to the South. Heading south along the Wild Atlantic Way you can get the Car Ferry from Kilimer to Tarbert in Kerry to continue your journey down the atlantic seaboard.

Oil by meter read, The first 10 kw of Electricity is included in the rates for the property and will be meter read after this., wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, satellite tv, dvd player, CD, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, internet access, hairdryer, partially enclosed garden, patio area, private off road parking, security alarm. Sorry no pets.

Quilty village (1.5 miles) lies along the Atlantic coast in West Clare. Quilty is beautifully located along the Atlantic coast of West Clare. It is an area made famous due to the wrecking of numerous Spanish ships in the area. The San Marcos was wrecked off Mutton Island and the headland above Quilty is named Spanish point in memory of the events of 1588.

Boats leave from Kilrush Marina (13 miles) and Carrigaholt (22 miles). The Shannon Estuary hosts large families of bottleneck dolphins. A lonely ambassador dolphin is roaming the coast near Spanish Point and is often to be seen from the coast.

Oil by meter read, The first 10 kw of Electricity is included in the rates for the property and will be meter read after this., wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, satellite tv, dvd player, CD, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, internet access, hairdryer, partially enclosed garden, patio area, private off road parking, security alarm. Sorry no pets.

Quilty village (1.5 miles) lies along the Atlantic coast in West Clare. Quilty is beautifully located along the Atlantic coast of West Clare. It is an area made famous due to the wrecking of numerous Spanish ships in the area. The San Marcos was wrecked off Mutton Island and the headland above Quilty is named Spanish point in memory of the events of 1588.

Boats leave from Kilrush Marina (13 miles) and Carrigaholt (22 miles). The Shannon Estuary hosts large families of bottleneck dolphins. A lonely ambassador dolphin is roaming the coast near Spanish Point and is often to be seen from the coast.