Doolin Village Lodges are the most centrally located houses, which are an intimate group of homes located in the heart of Doolin, County Clare. While staying at the lodges’ guests can enjoy pubs, restaurants and even hotels all within walking distance at the Lodges.
Call: +353 (0)53 9175481
Our Doolin Accommodation is based in the heart of Doolin, a small fishing village on the west coast of County Clare on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean coastline and surrounded by the limestone landscape of the Burren, Doolin’s natural beauty and central location makes it the ideal base for you visit to the west coast of County Clare.
Each house comprises of an open plan kitchen/living/dining room, utility room and three bedrooms
Ground-floor tiled entrance hall Open-plan Kitchen/Living/Dining room Utility Room Sliding doors to patio
1 Double bedroom downstairs
1 Main bathroom
1 Single bedroom upstairs
1 Double bed with single bed in the third bedroom
There is a shower room with washbasin and wc upstairs.
Gas-fired central heating
Check in Time is 4pm - 6pm
Check out Time is 10am
A security deposit of €150 cash/ credit card must be paid per house on arrival. The deposit will be refunded on/after departure once the local supervisor confirms the house(s) booked have been left in an acceptable condition
Gas & Electricity Charges are not included in our rates the following are charged per night
May – September €8 per night
October 1st to 30th April €12 per night
Site meter readings can be arranged with notice. All utilities are payable directly to the supervisor on departure. In the event where excess gas or electricity charges have not been paid by the client upon departure, we reserve the right to deduct these charges from the security deposit or credit card.
We can provide a cot and highchair. However we do need advance notice.
Located in The Burren, Ballyvaughan. Opening hours are 10am to 6.30pm which is the time of the last guided tour.
Tours run every 15-20 minutes.
Stroll through the caves, over bridge chasms and weird formations.
See the amazing waterfalls including a frozen waterfall and explore the hibernation cambers of brown bears that once lived in Ireland.
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, Bunratty, Co.Clare
Opening times 9.00am to 5.30pm last admission to the castle 4pm and last admission to the folk park 4.15pm.
An authentic medieval fortress with an amazing collection of medieval furniture.
Enjoy exploring the castle and Folk Park.
Also a beautiful walled garden that has been restored to its former glory and is one of the best gardens in Ireland to visit.
Cliffs of Moher
Irelands most visited natural attraction.
Eco friendly visitor centre is set into the hillside and offers an all-weather experience.
Stunning views of Atlantic coastline along 600m of pathways.
Enjoy food at the Puffins nest and The long dock restaurant.
The beautiful beach sweeps past the town and creates waves for surfing.
It lends a lovely backdrop to one of the finest golf courses in Europe as well.
The burren is 350 sq meters of limestone plateau in North Clare.
The rough, intriguing and amazing landscape was formed 320 million years ago.
It was later shaped by ice, hard weather and of course man. It has natural beauty that is a must see in Clare.
It is a small coastal town located on the rugged West coast of county Clare.
The town is particularly popular Irish seaside resort. Kilkee and the Loop Head Peninsula has breath-taking scenic walks and stunning sea cliff panoramic views as well as all other amenities that are available in the area.
FR Teds House
Located in beautiful valley with Slieve Na Glasha in North Clare. Visits are pre booking only by calling +353 87 921 4694. They provide a relaxed atmosphere and delicious home baking while relating the story of Fr Ted and the history of the house and locality. You can also arrange a guided tour of the farm with it rich heritage and traditions.