The cottage has two double bedrooms, one of which is fitted with a large double bed and the other with two single beds. The third bedroom has a single bed. There is a fold away bed available for a child in the larger of the double bedrooms, thereby sleeping 6 in total. The bedrooms are furnished with wardrobes, drawers and side cabinets.
There is a small cosy lounge fitted with a leather chesterfield suite, display cabinets, raised electric flame effect fire, nest of small tables, TV and Video players. The lounge has two windows with views to the front.
The kitchen/dinning room is very large and is well equipped and includes electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, large pine dresser, large pine dinning table and chairs. There are three windows, two of which have fabulous views over the Shannon Estuary.
There is a large detached garage which houses sun loungers and a patio set of table and chairs. The property has full central heating and the rental price also includes bed linen and towels.
In front of the cottage there is a stony trail which takes you down through three fields to the secluded stony beach. When on the beach and walking in the direction of the peninsular, you will notice the cliffs start forming amazing rock formations and offer a nice place to sun bathe on the smooth flat rock, or perhaps take a break from the sun and seek the shade that these rock formations also offer. The beach is ideal for sunbathing as it is secluded, also for long walks and cooling your feet in the sea water or to check out the rock pools. You can walk from the cottage to the beach in about 10 to 15 minutes. The coastal walk along this shore offers fabulous and unparalleled scenery in both directions. There is also a large sandy beach nearby at Ballybunion.
The village of Tarbert is approximately 15 minutes walk and here you will find local and welcoming pubs and restaurants, an internet cafe, bank as well as the local supermarket and post office. As you approach the village there is a lovely and tranquil walk through The John F Leslie Woodland Walk down to Tarbert Island and the ferry. Then why not catch the ferry as a foot passenger and cross the Shannon to County Clare for a coffee and a bite to eat. from the return ferry crossing you will find marvellous views all around you. Than its back to your cosy holiday cottage.