Architect designed home on the Wild Atlantic Way

Architect designed home on the Wild Atlantic Way


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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
4 Bathrooms
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Our home

'Keel Lodge' was Architecturally refurbished in 2016 with a state of the art contemporary kitchen and panoramic views from every window in the house.
It is a five bedroom dwelling with four bathroom's and one WC. There is a large dining room/living room with cable TV and wifi. There is also a laundry room with washing a machine and dryer. The kitchen is well equipped and has a double doors leading to the garden. The garden has a barbecue, table's/chairs, &sun loungers. There are bicycles, a surf board and wet suits for use on request.

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Who we are

  1. My name is Gabrielle and my husband is Greg. We have two teenage children and have lived in this area for over 12 years

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Where is it?

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'Keel Lodge' is situated overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the world famous Lahinch Championship Golf course. It has immediate access to the Wild Atlantic Way and the Burren Geopark, with its stunning views and walking/cycling trails.
Lahinch village is a very vibrant seaside village with excellent restaurants and pubs to choose from.
There is a lot to do here including surfing (with many surf schools), a swimming pool and gym, golf, pitch and putt, walking, horse riding, fishing, boat trips and cycling, to name but a few.
The world renowned Cliffs of Moher and Doolin village (with boat trips to the Aran Islands) are within a fifteen minute drive. Limerick and Galway are approx a one hour drive and Dublin, a three hour drive.

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