Self-Catering Accommodation at Inchiquin House
An elegant period home with 5 bedrooms romantically tucked away in the west of Ireland.
This is a wonderful house, for young and old. We had an excellent long weekend at Inchiquin House and would highly recommend it. Luxurious accommodation and a fully equipped kitchen – what’s not to love! Thanks to Anne for the warm welcome and gorgeous scones on arrival.
The house and grounds are absolutely amazing. The house has everything you could need and more and it’s in a great location. The only downside was having to leave when our time was up!
Our visit at Inchiquin House was one of the most beautiful vacations we ever had! The house gave us a feeling of comfort and luxury. We couldn’t be happier to spend some days of our summer in this lovely surrounding, this incredible landscape and this beautiful estate.
Inchiquin House is an elegant period home in County Clare, romantically tucked away in the west of Ireland not far from the Wild Atlantic Way. It is the perfect base from which to explore the unique Burren landscape, historic sites and the region’s many leisure activities.
The name Inchiquin comes from an island (Inis in Irish) of the O’Quin family, one of whom was killed at the battle of of Clontarf with Brian Boru in 1014. The house itself is thought to have been built around 1800 (some say even earlier), and is marked as ‘Inchiquin Cottage’ in the first edition of the Ordnance Survey map of around 1840.
The house is well placed for days out in the Burren, a visit to world famous Cliffs of Moher (40 mins drive), a visit to “Fr. Ted’s” parochial house for afternoon tea or a day out walking in the 12 o’clock Hills (45 mins to start point).
Approximate location of Inchiquin House, Corofin, Co. Clare