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Rusheen Cottage in Lahinch, Clare

318
  • £
  • $
per week
sleeps 6
3 rooms
2 bathrooms

Rusheen Cottage description

Holiday home
Rusheen Cottage is a cosy detached cottage in Lahinch, County Clare. The accommodation comprises a ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower room, ideal for the less mobile, along with a double and a twin and a shower room on the first floor. Back downstairs is the kitchen with dining area, and the cosy sitting room. Outside is off road parking for two cars, and an enclosed front garden area. With sea views and very handy for the beach, town amenities and attractions of County Clare, Rusheen Cottage makes an attractive year-round base.

Area
Lahinch is a seaside village set on the shores of Liscannor Bay and has a fantastic stretch of beach, two popular 18-hole championship golf courses. Nearby there are lots of trails for walkers including the stunning Burren Way, along with walks along the cliffs of Moher.

Region
County Clare has so much on offer; boat trips, quirky pubs, seaside resorts and a great tradition for Irish music, all set amidst spectacular scenery such as the towering Cliffs of Moher and the fascinating landscape of The Burren.

Amenities
Oil central heating with oil stove in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD, selection of books and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for two cars. Enclosed front garden with lawn and patio. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shops and pubs 5 mins walk. Beach 7 mins walk.

Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Great view
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • By the sea
  • Near pub

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Reviews

Ms Sheehan
June 2016
We loved the house, garden and view, we had a great holiday. Lahinch is a great town with lovely restaurants, bars and just so much to do and see in the area.
Mrs LECHABLE
May 2015
This is a typical Irish cottage, in a great location, quiet with a great view of the sea.
Mr De Veale
May 2015
The cottage was great and luckily for us weather was even better!
Mr Bowker
October 2014
Fantastic property!
Ms Myron
October 2014
Warm, comfortable and cosy house. Enclosed garden was great for the dog. Walking distance to pubs, shops and dining. Great base for touring around Clare. Lovely atmosphere and ambience in the pubs. Owner was very pleasant to deal with and very helpful.
zebra56
October 2015
The house was fine, save for the fact that there was not one hook nor towel rack in the entire house. Oh, wait, we did find one teeny, tiny one by the front door and a couple for hanging brooms and mops in the utility room. So, be prepared to hang your towel and hand towel around your neck, I guess. When my two sisters and I arrived we found two sets of towels (bath towel, hand towel and washcloth) and one kitchen towel and one small dish cloth. I called Ms. McMahon and asked why only two sets of towels for three people for a week. She admitted she'd forgotten there would be three people and agreed to bring another set around (because she "had to come out that way in a couple of hours"). I also mentioned that there was only one kitchen towel and cloth. She sounded incredulous when she responded, "You mean, you want more?" I said yes we did. She came round in a couple of hours with one more towel set and one more kitchen set. I asked about hair dryers. She said that in the past she would buy hair dryers and they would walk off and after she bought several and they disappeared she doesn't provide them anymore. I said, "Oh! All the guide books say don't bother bringing a hair dryer because all places furnish them. What are we going to do?" She just looked at me. So, I said, "Well, I guess we'll have to make do." She said, "Was that it, then?" Turned on her heels and headed out, pausing to say, "Have a nice time," as she shut the door. Actually, if I had realized she didn't provide wifi when I would never have rented the cottage in the first place. But, that's on me. There is a washing machine with no instructions that was had a very complicated dial (one that I suspect is totally foreign to Americans) with no instructions. Initially, we assumed it was a washer/dryer combination. It was only after we had managed to wash a couple of loads that she informed us, after several ignored emails, that it was only a washer and something about it being a sunny day. I responded, "Yes, but you have no clothesline." She said, "Take them to the laundromat." I said, "There's nothing to put wet clothes in." She said, "There are rubbish bags next to the cutlery." I said, "No, there's not." At which time she advised we could by some at the Centra Market! We then discovered that the only laundromat is 8 or 9 miles away in the next town! Not to mention the fact that we didn't come all the way to Ireland to spend a day at the laundromat. Additionally, if you decide to rent this cottage, be sure and stop at the Super Value in Ennistimon before you get to the house and load up on supplies: washing powder, rubbish bags, staples, etc., because we decided she supplies the house by not supplying the house and leaving what previous guests are forced to buy for the next guests. So, we took every thing we'd bought and gave them to the next innkeeper we met. We had a lovely time in Ireland. All the people were kind, polite, gracious, funny and so very, very mannerly. Ms. McMahon was the rudest, most ungracious, dis-likable person we encountered on the whole trip. Actually, the rudest, most ungracious, dis-likable person we'd met anywhere in a long time. I would never rent from this woman again, and it made me suspicious of Hogan's Irish Cottages in general. Rent at your own peril! Also, just an FYI, in case this was the norm, we checked with several of the Irish people we met - they were all appalled when we described her actions.
Mrs Pellaton
September 2012
The cottage was very clean, nice and furnished with love and many lovely details.
Mr Buntin
April 2013
Grand cottage, atmospheric but modern and comfortable.
Mrs Cahill
May 2013
The cottage was perfect in every way, it was spotless, warm, comfortable and we were sorry to have to leave it we will definitely be making a return visit to Lahinch and especially to Rusheen Cottage.
Linda B
October 2015
Rusheen was quaint, very clean and very well equipped and maintained. We were myself, husband and daughter (aged 37). We arrived on an early flight, got our hire car from Avis, who were, by the way, were very good. The manager of the cottage was very helpful and texted us as soon as the cottage was ready, so already plus points. We all slept extremely well in the very comfortable beds. We were there to visit friends, when they came to visit it us, the kitchen dining area coped very well, plenty of plates and cutlery, with a very good chinese takeaway from the Pearl Garden. We had one very good sunny day, so we took advantage and had lunch outside, enjoying the excellent views of the bay in the distance. Garden chairs were available in the utility room, again another plus. Weather then turned, but we were very cosy. Just a couple of points, if walking back from town in the dark, you really need a torch for the last bit up the track. The living room would benefit from a lamp for better lighting. Yes we would recommend Rusheen Cottage and if available would return.
speccymcspec
August 2016
Rusheen is a modern build, in an old style- that means a lot of wood & slate, and small windows. The house is noisy if 6 people are pottering about, and the best views are from outside. The decision to have small windows is the most odd thing- the site is beautiful, with great views over the bay- bigger windows would have meant the house was a lot brighter, and we could actually see the view without going out in the rain. There is no wifi and the phone reception is poor. The house, I'm sure, is comfortable for 2, 3 or maybe even 4 people. It sleeps 6. There were 6 of us. The living area was cramped and poorly lit. We had no problems with the washing machine, and used a drying rack provided. On dry days we got drying done outside. The kitchen was adequately supplied and the dishwasher got plenty of use. We met the owners, who were friendly.
Mr Glavan
June 2013
The cottage leaves you with a very cozy feeling and it really feels like you're coming home. Great job!
Ms Sheehan
August 2014
I loved the house and everything was in walking distance. Also as we had a dog with us it had a very safe closed in garden for him to run around. The place was very private but still not isolated. Really enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend it.
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