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Bidsie Bricke's in Carrigaholt, Clare

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sleeps 5
3 rooms
2 bathrooms

Bidsie Bricke's description

Holiday home
Bidsie Bricke's is an end-terraced cottage right next to the harbour in the village of Carrigaholt, County Clare. The cottage sleeps five people and has one double bedroom, one twin, one single and two bathrooms. The accommodation also includes a kitchen with a dining area and a sitting room with a multi-fuel stove. Outside is a rear lawned garden and patio with outdoor furniture. Right next to the harbour, Bidsie Bricke's is a superb cottage in a stunning location.

Area
Carrigaholt is a small, picturesque fishing village in County Clare. The village boasts a ruined castle, a shop, pubs and restaurants. There is also a beach, which is ideal for swimming, along with fishing opportunities and boat trips for dolphin watching.

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

  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Great view
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • By the sea
  • Near Pub
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Reviews

Mr Robinson
May 2019
The cottage was great.. Everything required under one roof to make our week a lovely experience. With the blessing of good weather the location was ideal for a relaxing break, a village with 3 pubs, throw in a seafood restaurant, a fast food outlet and glorious seascapes and great accomodation....what more could you want (maybe two weeks). All the pubs were great to have a pint in (especially Carmody's bar, a fine pint of Guinness and hospitality) and all within walking distance of Bidsie Bricke's cottage. Would we go back again...certainly.
Mr Kavanagh
May 2019
Lovely place, and delightful garden.. Warm welcome from Caroline. Found everything clean and ready, and the kitchen was very good. The fact that there was no en-suite bedroom didn't bother us, but it may be an issue for some. Friendly neighbours, especially across in the post office. And an excellent restaurant up the street. Hope to come back sometime.
Ms Putnam
September 2018
The "cottage" was wonderful.. It's not a 5-star hotel but has all the charm and comfort expected in an old stone cottage. The location was fabulous. Close to Killkee with it's beautiful Cliff Walks, beaches, stores & restaurants. LoopHead peninsula is a hidden treasure. The cottage was everything we had hoped it would be..... comfortable, clean & cozy. The backyard is private and the bay is right outside the door and a nice place to sit after a day of touring. Mary, the keyholder, was wonderful! The comment about cobwebs is misleading.... may have seen a couple small ones but not unlike those that show up in my own home. I agree the addition of WIFI would be nice for researching the next day's activities. A simple coffee maker also would be nice. Cell phone coverage was hampered by the thick stone walls but stepping outside solved that problem. Would recommend this cottage to anyone booking an Irish holiday.
Mr Mcmillan
July 2018
Ours was an excellent and relaxing stay.. Problems with the water were dealt with in good time and we really enjoyed the relaxed nature of the cottage. The village itself was very welcoming with lots of quiet, peaceful things to do. The exceptional weather certainly helped but we would be glad to re-visit Carrigaholt and this perfectly well-equipped cottage any time, and in any weather! Not sure who 'Sykes Cottages' are, but we'd highly recommend Hogan's Cottages, if this one is anything to go by. We thought we were renting via Hogan's, which we presumed was an Irish company. Is it simply a subsidiary of a larger, non-Irish company? For some reason that seems like a disappointing shame, yet sadly typical of today's hoodwinking culture. Ho-hum, we had a good holiday, although we'd rather have contributed more to the Irish economy.
Mrs Edmondson
June 2018
Lovely house in a superb location.. Very comfortable. We learned to live with the cobwebs!! Would definitely stay again. Could do with WiFi
Mrs Timmins
June 2018
A well equipped house in a lovely, friendly village..
Will J
June 2017
We chose Carrigaholt for a week for a bit of peace and quiet and the unspoilt wild we had read about. The large stone cottage used to be a restaurant and has a lot of original features. The beds are comfy, the lounge spacious and the wood burger on hand if you want to cosy up. The place wasn't entirely spotless but a few cobwebs did not deter us. There is no wifi, but that's sometimes a good thing. The post office across the street is great, and the postmaster will help you with any questions, even supply you with eggs and local produce should you fancy it. He get 5* in our experience. The cottage is also ideally located at the end of the small street where right next to the little oyster bay which gets the afternoon sun. Lovely village, lovely cottage and lovely stay.
Mr Dorans
April 2016
A very relaxing holiday in a well-loved and comfortable family home.
Evelyn P
July 2015
Had a wonderful stay, we have 3 three children from 2 -6 years and the house and garden were very child friendly. We were looked after very well and the locals were friendly especially Pat in the post office who brought freshly baked scones to our door. Mary made sure we had enough of everything and even called during the week to see if we were enjoying our stay. We loved the original decor of the house, It is an ideal quiet location for a relaxing break with views of the sea. It was close to beaches for collecting seashells and Kilkee with its cliff views and Loophead lighthouse. There is also a local fish shop where you can buy fish caught fresh earlier in the day. The Long Dock Pub with its wonderful food and welcome is also worth a visit. We hope to return again next year.
Mrs Adams
May 2015
Had a warm welcome on arrival and the location was perfect. The cottage was a great size and very comfortable. We loved the beautiful lounge and multi stove, and the playroom was a great addition.
Mr Pumford
September 2014
Another relaxing stay at Bidsies - our second time there. It's becoming a 'home from home' for us. Everything we could possibly want from a relaxing family holiday was at Bidsies and Carrigaholt.
Guest
October 2013
We loved staying at Bidsie Brickes. The house is perfect for a relaxing family break and we will be back next year. The owner laid on everything that we could have needed for our stay and even sent a newspaper cutting of local walks to the house addressed to me - really thoughtful. Carrigaholt is lovely and friendly and is in a perfect spot for exploring the west of Ireland without being overrun by holidaymakers and screaming kids. We managed to watch dolphins swimming about by the castle, took part in the tractor run and enjoyed each of the 4 pubs in the village.
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