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Numbers 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, Station Road, Lahinch, Clare
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Enjoy 4-star accommodation in a charming holiday home in Lahinch, County Clare - one of Ireland's best-loved holiday resorts. Each house offers the very best of accommodation in a superb setting, with all the attractions and amenities of Lahinch on your doorstep.
Your every need is catered for in these beautifully decorated and furnished two-storey holiday homes, with their spacious, modern rooms and timber floors.
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When you get to Lahinch, travel to the top of the town and turn left. Summercove holiday homes are situated approx 700 meters on the left hand side.
Coming from Cork, take the N20 to Charleville. At the N21/R526 Junction, take the 2nd slip road and join the dual carriageway, which is signposted Limerick, Dublin. Take the R509 to Limerick and follow the signs for the City Centre. When you get to Limerick, take the N18 to Ennis via Clarecastle, the N85 to Inagh, and the N87 to Lahinch via Ennistymon.
Coming from Shannon, take the N18 to Ennis via Clarecastle, the N85 to Inagh, and the N87 to Lahinch via Ennistymon.
From Dublin take the N7 to Limerick. In Limerick take the N18 to Ennis via Clarecastle, the N85 to Inagh and then the N87 to Lahinch via Ennistymon.
Each holiday homes sleeps up to six people comfortably, in three bedrooms, with two single beds and two double beds. The kitchens have excellent cooking facilities, with modern conveniences including a dishwasher, microwave, tumble dryer, and washing machine.
With so much to see and do, this is an excellent family destination. Lahinch is renowned among surfers for its magnificent beach, and its 18-hole championship golf course is known as the "Saint Andrews of Ireland." The town also boasts Seaworld (an indoor water park) and an aquarium displaying the sea creatures of the Atlantic. You will never be stuck for somewhere to eat out, as the town is home to many fine restaurants and cafes. Lahinch is also popular for Irish music sessions in the traditional pubs.
Anonymous from Co Monaghan
Stayed 09-2012A few friends
The house was a nice size for 6 people - not too cramped. There was only one shower though and it was via the en suite. The bathrooms had no locks, that was the only thing we weren't too happy with.
Dean from Cobh
Stayed 06-2011Family with kids
Location for exploring Clare was perfect. House was very close to Lahinch (10 mins walk). House was very clean and contained everything required for a family stay.
Kevin from Swords
Stayed 05-2010A few friends
Location was brilliant and the manager of the houses was very friendly and helpful. The house was very clean but the kitchen facilities let it down slightly.
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