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Quilty Holiday Cottages
Quilty
County Clare
Co. Clare
Eire
IRELAND

Contact: Danny Mungovan
Tel: 353657087095
  • €195 off season - €995 high season per week Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 6
  • Quilty Holiday Cottages Grading : 4
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : enquire
  • Smoking Policy : allowed
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : present
  • Quilty Holiday Cottages County Clare - The many sandy beaches around also offer plenty of water activities - surfing, swimming - or just relaxing watching the waves rolling in from the Atlantic
    Twenty four cottages, three bedroom, graded three star and four star. For full details on each cottage type visit www.quiltycottages.com

    On site facilities include INDOOR SWIMMING POOL, SAUNA, games room, tennis court and play area.

    Cottage site is situated 2km from Quilty village, 4km from Miltown Malbay and 2km from Spanish Point.

    Play golf at Spanish Point, Lahinch or Doonbeg. Visit the Cliffs of moher, the Burren or Bunratty Castle. Sea angling off the rocks or beach nearby.

    Quilty is a coastal village in the parish of Kilmurry Ibrickane. The origin of its name is uncertain but it may be a derivation of "coillte", meaning woods. In this instance the woods referred to would probably have been an underwood of hazel or holly. Local tradition mentions the finding of tree stumps which indicate the existence of large woods here in ancient times. The same word "coillte" could also refer to "ruined or destroyed" and be a reference to a tragedy of long ago. This particular stretch of coast is dangerous for shipping and is constantly being eroded by the sea. Sean Spellissy, historian, believes that the name refers to the devastation caused by the tidal wave that separated Mutton Island from the mainland in 804, drowning 1,010 people in the process. Quilty is set in picturesque surroundings with the Aran Islands on one side, Connemara behind and the Cliffs of Moher on another side. The Kerry mountains are visible in the distance.

    When you stay at Quilty Holiday Cottages you'll be at the centre of things. You'd like a day at the sea? Then fish off the rocks or take a boat from one of the several piers in the area. Your fancy is Golf? Then it's Lahinch Championship Golf Course, or the new Greg Norman designed Doonbeg Golf Course or the 9-hole Spanish Point Golf Course nearby. Horses and ponies are available locally. Quiet country roads, the coast and the beaches invite for walking and bicycling.
    Quilty Holiday Cottages  -   County Clare   -   Co. Clare

    Contact:  Danny Mungovan   Tel:  353657087095   -   Website: > (Click Here)


     







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