The 5 MOST-INCREDIBLE Airbnbs in County Clare

County Clare is the perfect spot for a holiday. It’s unique in that it has so many fabulous attractions and stunning countryside to explore, so why not stay somewhere equally as unique and beautiful?

5. Summerhill Ennis Town Centre, Ennis

This super modern apartment is in a fantastic location, right in the centre of Ennis town. It has a really unique location in that it has a beautiful bay window with a viewpoint of the historic farmers market of Ennis.

It’s a great place to sit down with a cup of coffee and people watch. With two bedrooms it holds four guests. If you’re looking to explore Clare, this is an ideal spot to start out from.

If you want to relax in the evening, the apartment also has a small enclosed yard with private access. It also has stellar reviews on Airbnb.

See this listing: HERE

4. Wild Atlantic Cabin, Clare

Immerse yourself in the beautiful Clare countryside, while you explore all Clare has to offer. Bright, modern one bedroom cabin in the heart of the countryside hosts two guests.

It’s a small cabin, it’s host describes it as ‘tiny’ but perfect if you’re looking for a cosy getaway. Although secluded, It’s only a 10-minute drive from Lahinch beach and 15-minute drive from Doolin.

The cabin has breath-taking views of the Irish countryside, with Liscannor bay in the distance and is a great base for visiting the Aran Islands, Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. 95% of recent guests gave this home’s location a 5-star rating.

See this listing: HERE

3. Killaloe Townhouse, Killaloe

Modern, charming ground floor studio apartment in the heart of Killaloe next to all restaurants, bars, activities and much more. The apartment is small with one bed but full of character.

Although it’s modern in décor, the apartment has some unique finishing touches, such as a bike mounted to the wall, as well as an old sign for Killaloe, Ireland. Killaloe is the perfect getaway for foodies, water sports enthusiasts, hikers, bikers and everything in-between.

The host, Caroline, said she would be happy to recommend all her favourite spots! Caroline is a Superhost, Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.

See this listing: HERE

2. Pops Dream, Lough Derg

Why not stay in a boathouse? The host, Barry, describes his boathouse as ‘a small slice of paradise on the sunny side of Lough Derg’ and looking at the photos and the reviews we would be quick to agree with him.

This is a very cool spot to stay if you’re looking for something a little different. The boathouse is self-contained with full kitchen, bathroom and mezzanine bed.

There is also a private veranda with seating for two and a small BBQ. In keeping with its nautical theme, the boathouse, although being fully furnished, has fishing nets and fishing rods hanging from its ceiling.

Set on a beautiful lake, stunning views are guaranteed from every angle. Complete with an indoor fire, it’s the perfect place to book if you’re in need of a complete detox.

Reviewers are raving about what a great place it is to unwind and get away from everything.

If you’d like discount to book one, check out how to get a airbnb coupon code.

See this listing: HERE

1. Spectacular Sea Views On The Wild Atlantic Way, Lahinch

This is a newly built home, with room for four guests, is situated on a quiet country lane 5 minutes drive from the beautiful seaside town of Lahinch. The main living area has a 270-degree view of the sea with a stunning floor to ceiling window overlooking Liscannor Bay and the Cliffs of Moher.

The house is on the Wild Atlantic way and is a short drive from the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren, the links golf courses in Lahinch and Doonbeg and is positioned near all the world-class surfing breaks on the Clare coast.

This bungalow has excellent reviews, with people who’ve stayed there saying it’s a gem of a find and even though they knew it would be fantastic from the photos, they were still blown away.

With floor to ceiling windows and bright natural light flooding the place, it’s like something Dermot Bannon would design. Even the shower has a window (blind optional) so you can look out at the rugged Clare countryside.

The low stonewalls surrounding the house give the super modern building a rustic feel.

See the listing: HERE

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Sarah Talty is a passionate travel writer and journalist from beautiful Clare. She's travelled far and wide across the globe but still firmly believes Ireland is a hidden gem and the beauty on our doorstep remains unrivalled worldwide. Sarah has interviewed everyone from astronauts who've been to the moon to rappers who've been to prison and loves nothing more than researching and writing about something that excites her. However, binging Netflix shows comes a close second.