Accommodation at Ballymorris Cottage
Ballymorris Cottage is a charming, detached stone built cottage set in the grounds of the 17th Century townland and estate of Ballymorris, next to the owner’s home, one mile from the village of Cratloe, County Clare.
With three bedrooms, including one double with en-suite shower room, one twin with en-suite shower room, plus 1 ground floor twin, this cottage can sleep six people. The cottage also includes a family bathroom on the ground floor and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with wood burner.
There is off road parking for two cars, a front lawned garden and a rear pebbled garden with picnic bench. Ballymorris Cottage offers friends and families a wonderful base for exploring beautiful County Clare.
Ballymorris Cottage is located next to Ballymorris Pottery and Pottery School, which can offer tailor made classes and events to suit all levels.
Equipment & Contents
Electric oven and hob
Bed linen & towels
TV with Free-to-air channels
DVD & Stereo
Selection of books, games and DVDs
Sorry, no smoking.
Sorry, no pets as we try to keep this an allergy free house.
Electricity and starter pack for wood burner stove included in the rent.
Gas central heating is metered and paid for separately.
Off road parking for 2 cars.
Front lawned garden and enclosed rear pebbled garden with furniture.
Note: This property is 2 fields away from a National road, some noise will be heard when outside.
Cratloe 1 mile
Local shop for basic supplies
2 pubs: Woodcross and Setrights
Quality fish and chip shop ‘Major Toms’ and
‘Citrus’ – an Asian fusion restaurant.
Bunratty 2 miles
Hotels: Bunratty Castle Hotel
Restaurants and pubs:
The Creamery (pub food)
Durty Nelly’s (fun atmosphere with good food)
PJ Clarkes and Gallagher’s (connecting venues both with good food),
Bunratty Manor (restaurant).
Shannon 6 miles
Local shopping centres, pubs, supermarkets, chemists, take aways and restaurants, swimming pool
Shannon Airport is 7 miles away.
Limerick 6 miles
Ireland’s 3rd biggest city, down to earth city with all you need on hand.
Great market every Saturday mornings 8am
Dolans pub and restaurant for traditional music every evening
St. Johns Castle
Swimming Pool University of Limerick
Ennis 18 miles
Nice market town, with small streets to explore.
Market on Friday morning.
Cliffs of Moher, Irelands most visited natural attraction. 8 Km long cliffs that are the highest in Ireland with a great visitors centre.
ShannnonSide Winter Music Festival, Sixmilebridge. A unique weekend celebrating musical diversity (tradition, blues, folk etc) with great pub gigs all weekend.
Aillwee Cave – Ballyvaughan, Irelands premier show cave with Burren Bird of Prey Centre
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, 15th Century Castle furnished with a magnificent collection of 15th/16th Century furniture and textiles plus 19th Century Folk Park.
Craggaunowen– The Living Past, Reconstructions of Prehistoric and early Christian homesteads, lake dwelling iron age settlements and the Brendan Boat on show.
The Burren, Unique limestone landscape which is rich with historical and archaeological sites
Mooghaun Bronze Age Hill Fort, Newmarket on Fergus (only 6 miles away)
The Burren perfumery, Traditional Soap and perfume making Centre
Limericks Milk Market, Fantastic Farmers and Local Artisan Market on Saturday morning
Hunt museum – Limerick, Finest Collection of Art and Antiquities from Neolithic to 20th Century
Thomond Park, Rugby Stadium with museum, tours and concerts.
Please contact us for more information and current rates.
Deposit to secure the booking 50% of total by bank transfer or PayPal.
Please note that payment by PayPal is subject to their transaction fees.
Balance to be paid on arrival.