Liscannor is a small coastal village in the Burren of west Clare. It is renowned for its small harbour where J.P. Holland invented the first submarine in the 1800,s. It is located at the end of Liscannor Bay, on the R478 road between Lahinch, to the east with its beautiful long beach and promenade, and Doolin, to the north which is the home of traditional Irish Music. There are a number of Pubs, Holiday/Vacation homes and Bed and Breakfasts in Liscannor as well as a two hotels most with good associated restaurants. The village is just a short drive from the famous Cliffs of Moher Interpretative center and a magnificent coastal walkway, part of "The Wild Atlantic Way" runs form near Liscannor all the way to Doolin. The area in general is quiet during the colder winter months but is a haven for tourists and locals alike during the warm summer months with water-sports, fishing and golfing available everywhere.
Places to visit include: Lahinch Blue Flag Beach which is great for surfing swimming or just messing about on the beach.
Clahane Rock pools are near Liscannor with shrimp and crab and of course swimming.
The Burren National Park. The Ailwee Caves, Doolin Stalactite, The Burren Perfumery, Lisdoonvarna home of "Matchmaking"
There are Ferry Services from Doolin to the Aran Islands many times daily. Walk the Wild Atlantic Way coastal walk, pop in for Lunch at the Cliffs of Moher Interpretative centre, continue to Doolin and get the bus home in the evening.
There is fishing in several coastal areas from Lahinch Beach fishing to shore fishing at Ballyreen and many other spots.
Ennistymon has a market on each Saturday and has several good shops also.
Seamount is on "The Wild Atlantic Way" is just 300 meters outside the seaside village of Liscannor with restaurants, pubs, and shops only a short walk away. It is on the R478 otherwise known as the "Cliffs of Moher Road" and is only 3 Km from this historic site with its interpretative centre and stunning cliffs. Lahinch Beach and Championship Golf Course are also only 3Km away. It is situated on its own grounds, is registered with the Irish tourist board as "Four Star" with all mod cons. WIFI is available here and in in the village just a short walk away.
A 200 Euro damage/security deposit is required to secure a booking with the rental paid in full on arrival.
Electricity and Gas is metered and charged at cost price on a "pay as you use" basis.
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A 100 euro damage/security deposit is required to secure the booking and payment of agreed tariff, typically cash is made on arrival.
Electricity and Gas are metered on a pay "as you use" at cost basis. The utility costs, if nominal are free up to €30/week. The security deposit is returned to guests at the end of their stay assuming no damage has been done and the house is returned to us as it was given to you.
Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.