3 slaapkamers, 3 badkamers, 7 personen
- Engels, Duits
Roken niet toegestaan
Max gasten:8 (geschikt voor max. 7 volwassenen)
100% terugbetaling bij annulering ten minste 30 dagen voor de aankomstdatum. 50% terugbetaling bij annulering ten minste 14 dagen voor de aankomstdatum.
Mooi huisje in rustige omgeving, dichtbij cliffs of Moher
Prima huisje, voorzien van alle gemakken: vaatwasse, wasmachine, droger, oven etc.
Het huisje ligt afgelegen, dus heerlijk rustig. Maar wel dicht bij veel toeritische bezienswaardihgeden: kliffen van Moher, natuurgebied de Burren, surfstrand bij Lahinch etc
Thank you for your kind compliments. You will, of course, be welcome back anytime-and with the 10% discount for former renters
Ein Kleinod was stiefmütterlich behandelt wird
Die Lage des Hauses und das Haus selbst sind wunderschön- nur leider lässt vieles zu wünschen übrig.
Ich verstehe nicht. Was genau hat gefehlt? Ohne Details ist Ihre Bewertung ein wenig unvernünftig.
Spacious and comfortable
There were only three of us but the property would accommodate six comfortably. We had everything we needed to cater for ourselves and plenty of space to relax when the weather kept us indoors. There is now unlimited broadband available which we weren't expecting, but was a bonus (or maybe not!) The house is well located for exploring around County Clare but you definitely need a car as the town is probably about 2 miles away. Would recommend driving down to the Loop peninsula for the Kilkee cliff walk and the Bridges of Ross; much less touristy than the Cliffs if Moher. Boat trips to Aran Islands is also good. Overall, we felt that this was a good value option, particularly for a larger family.
Thank you for your kind review. We hope to see you again sometime, when we will be delighted to give you the 10% repeat visitor's reduction.
Well poistioned for Lahinch Golf Course, witha nice big garden for kids & dogs
The property is located on a hill so you have a good view all around. It's on a minor road, but does have steady + fast traffic, which may be a concern if you're a rambler.
It's a popular area for cyclists too.
Initially found very hard to locate as my 2019 car's satnav didn't recognise Eire Post Codes; neither did Google Maps initially from what I was given;'V95W7D4'. However, Googles "Ai" worked it out, as a few days later, it automatically corrected to V95 W7D4, and now actually shows the rental property!
Google shows it as being on a lane called "Ballyellery" in "Knocknaraha,", which you may want to make note of.
Whilst we there the town was tarting itself up for the Irish Open Golf. (If you play the game a round is very expensive ie €200+.)
Even the church tower was repainted, and suddenly rubbish bins appeared throughout the resort; these seem to be sadly lacking in Eire, because of the way they charge for domestic refuse.
Plenty of room in the 2 storey dwelling for a large family.
Some of the properties appliances were showing their age, and the washing machine had a faulty door which owner was aware of, but done nothing about.
The tumble drier too needs attention as the "Filter" warning light is on permanently!
We got a new DVD player fitted as the one there on our arrival was minus it's Remote, so couldn't be used.
We had a few cold spells even in mid June, so had to turn on the gas fire in the lounge; I was concerned that no CO alarm was fitted, contrary to local regulations re Rented Dwellings with fossil fuel appliances.
I notified Jim of this, but saw no action.
The fencing needs some enhancement as even our large Terrier could get under it, and into an adjacent field.
Be wary of using the downstairs loo in the bathroom at night, as it generates a loud knocking sound in the pipes, which'll likely wake whole house!
The cold tap in bathroom basin doesn't work either. Downstairs shower enclosure needs attention too.
I feel the property could do with some serious TLC to bring it up to modern standards.
There's a nice beach at nearby Lahinch which has a small number of shops & eating places. Nearby Ennistimon had a better selection for shopping, and plenty of local attractions too.
Thank you for your review. I appreciate you taking the trouble to submit one. Just a few points of clarification. The Eircode I gave you works perfectly well on my Google Maps without any spaces. I bought a new DVD player for you, although the old one worked perfectly well, albeit without a remote. I made you fully aware of the type of fencing in place around the house before you booked, while also reminding you of the need to be careful to avoid dog hairs on the furniture! The washing machine works fine, there's just a trick with the door, which I pointed out. I accept fully and appreciate your comments about the CO detector and the dryer, which I have since addressed.
I found your comments about 'tarting up' and the bin charges condescending and unnecessary and just for the record, our country is called Ireland, not 'Eire'
Tolle Wanderwoche in den Burren und den Cliffs of Moher
Das Haus war uns ein sehr schönes Zuhause für unsere Wanderwoche in den Burren und Umgebung. Es war immer warm und angenehm, das Wasser war selbst nach 12 Stunden Stromausfall noch warm und hatte ordentlichen Druck. Und die Betten waren auch fantastisch. Ausser keine Eierbecher....gibt es nichts zu beanstanden. Kann ich mit gutem gewissen weiterempfehlen.
Great house and perfect jumping off point for day trips.
We spent 7 days at Jim's and it was amazing! Jim was responsive and helpful with all our questions. The house is located in a great spot for touring the west coast. Our shorter day trips included Kilkee, Spanish Point, Ennis, Cliffs of Moher, Lahinch and Doolin. Galway, Knock, Westport (Croagh Patrick) are also doable for longer day trips from this house. The yard was perfect for our three boys (11, 9 and 5) to run around. We had ample space and were very comfortable in the house with the range of weather during our week. It started cold and windy and ended the week warm and sunny. Would recommend this spot to anyone....our extended family was on this trip as well and slightly envious of the beautiful choice we made. :-)
Thank you, Jim!
Vanuit Limerick of Shannon Airport, neem de M18 naar Ennis, dan is de N85 NW naar Lahinch. Op lahinch, rechtsaf voor Liscannor. Rij voorbij de golfbaan, over de brug, zwaaien links en neem de bocht naar rechts ca. 250 mtr na de brug. Na 200 meter deze weg schommels rechts, met een kleine weg links, de heuvel op. Neem de kleine weg, de heuvel op en het huis is ongeveer 800 meter omhoog, een wit huis aan de linkerkant.
Andere activiteiten: Pitch & Putt