You + 4 Friends Can Stay In This Swanky Airbnb For 3 Nights From Just €171.25 Each

The perfect base for exploring Clare

Clare airbnb exterior

County Clare is home to some of Ireland’s best coastline, an endless number of adventure opportunities, and some of the best pubs and restaurants in the land.

It’s also home to its fair share of great accommodation.

From hotels and B&Bs to hostels and guesthouses, there’s a little bit of something to tickle every fancy. There are also more and more quality Airbnbs popping up by the week.

But not all of them are as incredible as this place.

Spectacular Sea Views On The Wild Atlantic Way

Airbnb in Clare

I love coming across spots like this on Airbnb.

They’re unique, INCREDIBLE value (more on this in a bit), and, in the case of this place, very swanky altogether.

The view from this place is also ridiculous! 

The perfect base for surfers and those looking to explore Clare

Second exterior shot of the accommodation

You’ll find this newly built bungalow down a quiet country lane a stone’s throw (5-minute drive) from the little seaside town of Lahinch.

Which makes it the perfect base for those of you that fancy trying your hand at surfing in one of Ireland’s surf hotspots.

The property has been designed to maximise the scenery that surrounds it. Just look at this…

View from the airbnb

All kinds of views

The main living area boasts a 270-degree view of the Atlantic, thanks to a floor to ceiling window (above) that overlooks Liscannor bay and the Cliffs of Moher.

The floors are a very swanky polished concrete and there’s a rotating stove (below) in the middle of the living area.

Imagine chilling in the room below during the winter with the stove on full blast while the wind bashes against the windows.

Magic!

Inside the airbnb

A room (and a shower) with a view

For those of you visiting with friends or family, you’ll have two double rooms to kick-back in.

Each of the rooms offers a fine view. 

As does the shower.

View from the bedroomAirbnb by sea in clare

How much a night will set you back

So, I’ve popped in 3 nights in April 2021 (note: we’ve no idea where things will be back to normal by then!) for a family of four sharing:

  • The total with fees works out at €685
  • Which breaks down to €171.25 each for two nights
  • See more of this place here
  • Nab €30 off your first Airbnb stay with this code
  • If you use the link above we’ll make a tiny commission that goes towards the running of this website and you won’t pay anything extra (cheers if you do – it’s appreciated!)

Not bad at all!

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3 COMMENTS

  1. This is so up my street!! Had this idea for so long in my head as I have always loved ireland so much and go to Clare every summer since I was a kid.
    Keep up the good work:)

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