This Upmarket Cliffside Airbnb In Clare Offers Incredible Ocean Views

2 photos of this Kilkee Cliff Side Retreat
Photos by Mary on Airbnb

For an incredibly luxurious seaside stay, this beautifully restored cottage is an absolute treat.

This. Place. Looks. Unreal!

You can take in all the natural beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way from the comfort of this very fancy four-bedroom property in the little seaside town of Kilkee.

With spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean that can be enjoyed from the comfort of the living room, this Airbnb is the perfect place from a cosy winter getaway.

A spectacular cliffside retreat in County Clare

exterior of cottage with sea view
Photo by Mary on Airbnb

This retreat in Kilkee is housed inside a beautifully restored stone cottage that dates back to the 1800s. The interior has been designed with absolute style and comfort in mind, with spectacular sea views from most of the bedrooms and living area. 

The house sleeps six people with four bedrooms and four bathrooms to share. It’s also perfectly furnished and equipped so that you can have the entire house to yourself and enjoy all the facilities as if they were your own.

A historic cottage with a lavish interior

photo of lavish interior
Photo by Mary on Airbnb

The cottage is on the same site as a relaxation spa from the 1830s and 1840s. You’ll find the charming stone exterior is well restored, but it is the stunning interior that will have you falling in love with this place.

The furnishings are premium quality and offer high-end comfort against the crisp white walls and soft blue hues which match the seaside theme.

The spacious open plan house is also equipped with everything you could possibly need for a convenient trip away with friends or family.

Breathtaking views of Clare’s beautiful coastline

view of irish coastline
Photo by Mary on Airbnb

Although the interior is magnificent, it’s the views that give this luxury home it’s ‘X-Factor’. Those that visit can kick-back and soak up Kilkee’s famous cliffs and bay from many areas in the house.

It’s one of the only properties that has a shore-edge location in the area, and you can enjoy the panoramic sea views from various rooms in the house as well as the alfresco dining area facing the water.

What you can expect if you visit

photo of open plan interior
Photo by Mary on Airbnb

The cottage has four bedrooms that sleep up to six people. The open plan extension opens out onto a patio area designed to bring the sea closer to you.

You also have a nice lawn area and garden, as well as, onsite car parking for two vehicles. The stylish facilities at the property are impressive. You can expect the following amenities:

  • Linin and towels provided
  • Large smart TV
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • A settling in pack including tea, coffee, bread, biscuits and starter fire pack for the wood burning stove
  • Outdoor drying area with clothesline
  • Outside cold shower to rinse off after your ocean swim
  • Under floor heating
  • Dining area that seats eight people
  • Modern, fully equipped kitchen
  • Outdoor dining area on patio

How much a night will set you back

photo of patio
Photo by Mary on Airbnb

You might be surprised to find that this property is pretty affordable if you share it with six people. The incredible location and stunning house are worth every euro, but it does have a three-night minimum policy.

So, I put three nights for six people sharing and here’s how much it worked out at:

  • Total price: €1,452
  • Per person: €242
  • Per person per night: €81
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See loads more Airbnbs with mighty sea views in Ireland

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In our guide to the best Airbnbs by the beach in Ireland, you’ll find heaps of places to stay where you’ll be minutes from the sand.

Elisha is an Australian freelance writer, content creator and blogger, having written for Lonely Planet, Remote Lands and Matador Network. You’ll usually find her travelling in offbeat places or hiking wherever there are mountains; always with a camera in hand.


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