13 Church Field is a 3 bedroom holiday home to sleep up to 6 people. It is pet friendly and just a stroll into the Village.13 Church Field Doonbeg is featured on our Dog Friendly Places to Stay in Ireland Collection.
There are 3 bedrooms, all located upstairs. The main bedroom is a double ensuite. There is also a double bedroom and a twin bedroom (two single beds), so in all, this house can sleep up to 6 people. The main bathroom with bath and shower over it is located upstairs too.
The kitchen and dining room is well equipped with cooker, dishwasher, microwave etc. Sliding doors lead outside to the patio area and back garden.
There is a separate sitting room with a cosy and welcoming open fire. The house is heated with oil fired central heating.
We are happy to welcome one well behaved and well trained dog. There will be a 30 euro charge for this on site. We respectfully request that they be kept in the kitchen area and away from all furniture and bedrooms. Fully enclosed garden.
A daily energy charge of €6.00 per day applies for the months of June, July and August and €8.00 per day for all other months.
A security deposit of €150.00 must be paid in cash on arrival to the supervisor and this will be returned to you on departure providing there are no breakages or damages to the property.
30euro charge for a pet payable to the supervisor on site.
The beautiful Blue Flag sandy beach of White Strand lies just outside the village of Doonbeg and offers offers breathtaking views out across the Atlantic Ocean. It is ideal for swimming and walking.
The mouth of the River Shannon is home to Ireland’s only resident community of bottlenose dolphins numbering approximately 100 members. The local dolphin watch tours boast a sighting rate of 98% during the months of May to August and operate from the towns of Kilrush and Carrigaholt.
The village of Doonbeg has recently become famous for its wonderful Links Golf Course. Doonbeg Golf Club plays along 1.5 miles of beach and dunes. The ocean is visible from the green, fairway, or tee of 16 of the 18 holes. For further information visit www.doonbeggolfclub.com
Clare and its coastline offers some incredible walks including the Burren Walking Route which is a 26 mile (42 km) signposted walking trail from the town of Liscannor, along by the Cliffs of Moher, on to Doolin and into Ballyvaughan.
Kilkee offers some incredible diving spots with clear waters (average visibility of up to 12 metres) and an abundant marine life.
The Clare Equestrian Centre is located just outside Ennis and offers trekking and cross-country rides along with Pony Camps, lessons and much more. Beach Treks are also available locally.
Doughmore Strand and Spanish Point are particularly renowned locally for great surfing.
Every year, the village of Doonbeg is home to a Jazz Festival attracting musicians and visitors from all over the world (June Bank Holiday Weekend)
Willie Keane Memorial Weekend
This is a traditional music and dancing festival held in Doonbeg every October Bank Holiday Weekend.
The Cliffs of Moher
Within easy driving distance of Doonbeg are the world renowned Cliffs of Moher rising to over 215 m (700ft) and stretching for over 8km.
Kilkee WaterWorld Leisure Centre
WaterWorld is an indoor aqua adventure playground and one of the best leisure centres in the West of Ireland offering a selection of fun features to keep all the family amused. (Open seasonally)
The northwestern corner of County Clare features The Burren - a rock garden extending over more than 100 square miles of bare, pale, grey limestone interspersed with magnificent floral pockets and crevices.
Aillwee Cave is one of the west of Ireland’s top tourist attractions with stalactites, stalagmites, relics of bears and Waterfall. Open daily from mid March– Oct.
The Aran Islands are one of the last outposts of Gaelic civilisation. They are stunningly beautiful and feature ancient relics of prehistoric civilisations. Daily boat trips operate from Doolin to all three of the Aran Islands.