Two period Self-Catering Lodges, situated on a private estate with a lake and centrally located in Ireland's beautiful Mid-West.
Enjoy luxury 4 star self-catering accommodation in these beautifully restored 18th Century lakeside lodges. Each self-catering lodge sleeps 5 people and has all modern amenities. Set in a 38 acre private landscaped estate with private lake. Boating, kayaking and fishing are available on site complimentary for all guests adding to the enjoyment of this idyllic retreat.
Local hospitality & excellent touring location.
Located close to the villages of Sixmilebridge, Bunratty and Quin with lively pubs and excellent restaurants. Located just 20 mins from Shannon Airport this property enjoys an excellent location from which to tour the dramatic west coast of Ireland. West Clare and the Burren, Galway and Kerry are all easily accessible. Local attractions include Bunratty Castle, Cragganowen, Ennis and Limerick.
Living / Kitchen Area:
The entrance hallway leads to the living/dining room, which has a wood burning stove, 3-piece suite, dining table, chairs, free satellite TV and broadband internet connection. The lodge has oil fired central heating throughout. French doors open out onto a private patio, lawn and woods with views and direct access to Castle Lake. The Kitchen comes fully equipped with the following:
Oven and Hob, Fridge / Freezer, Dishwasher, Washing machine, Dryer, Iron and ironing board, Telephone, Microwave Oven, Full range of kitchen ware is provided.
Each of the superior lodges have two bedrooms upstairs. Five people can be comfortably accommodated and a cot can also be provided. The master bedroom consists of a double queen size bed and a single bed with beautiful views of the lake from the window. The Twin Bedroom consists of twin beds, with an en-suite toilet, sink and shower. The main bathroom has a full bath, shower, toilet and sink. All bedrooms have been furnished, equipped and decorated to a four star standard, with duvet quilts and pillows provided for all beds. Other linen provided includes sheets, pillowcases and towels.
What a fabulous cottage, the character cottage was lovely, and the setting beautiful. we stayed in Lodge 1, it was equipped with everything you would expect, comfortable beds, and great facilities including wi-fi & sky tv. Everything was exactly as described in the ad.
the setting was the real plus, a beautiful loch at the back was the view from the bedroom and the rear of the cottage, there are 2 friendly dogs, Bella & Buster, free roaming hens & some donkeys in a paddock, delightful.
the best day out we had was Bunratty Castle & Folk park, we returned in the evening for an Irish evening, this was very entertaining with food and drinks, lovely.
The surrounding area is very nice, with the Burren National Park and Cliffs of Moher well worth a visit. Mount Cashel is an ideal location to explore the area, while being great place to spend time itself.
There is a warm welcome from the owners, we were given some eggs and other items to get started.
In all great value for money, would definitely recommend this accomodation.
Wolfgang from Enns
Stayed 25 Aug 2012
Very nice place and rooms with a friendly host family, including the 4-legged (dogs, cats, horse and donkeys).
The location is excellent for exploring the famous landscapes and towns of west-Ireland with car. There was a very good information map in the lodge. Also a welcome-package with butter, milk and fresh fruits waited for us and the washing machine and dryer helped us enjoying the stay.
So we had to make a hard decision every day: should we make a trip or stay at the mount cashel surroundings including a boat and fishing experience on the lake, which holds a lot of pikes waiting to be catched (I ve got five in two days).
wj from oss
Stayed 21 Apr 2012
Very good place to stay for your holidays in Ireland!
Kristi from Bloomington
Stayed 04 Apr 2012
We were pleasantly surprised by the adorable cottage tucked away in a beautiful setting! The view of the lake was amazing! It had everything we needed to be comfortable. We loved the welcome basket, when we arrived late and hungry! The location was great for exploring the surrounding country each day. We would definatly stay here again and refer it to friends!
John from Basingstoke
Stayed 18 Aug 2007
Hopefully the rain puts people off else we'll struggle to ever book it again. A wonderful, peaceful retreat with lovely hosts. 10/10.
James from South Freeport
Stayed 11 Apr 2007
The Mount Cashel Lodge was a perfect spot for our family vacation. The property combines modern comforts with a fantastic setting. The kids really enjoyed the lake and the animals, and with a convenient location we never had more than a short drive to get to where we needed to be. The Abbey Pub in nearby Quin had great food and was kid friendly.
We have rented houses many times, and the Mount Cashel Lodge stands out as a great value and a property that is even better in person than it looks online -- Jim, Annie, Tom and Caroline