Friday, 17 April 2015

www.theholidaycottages.co.uk The Old Farmhouse, Kilfenora, Co Clare, The Burren

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The Old Farmhouse is a two hundred year old farmhouse that is located on a working dairy farm just over 2 miles from Kilfenora in Co Clare.

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The Old Farmhouse, Kilfenora, Co Clare, The Burren (Sleeps 8)


This 4 star rated property now provides self catering accommodation for up to 8 people. The self catering farmhouse is the perfect place for a relaxing vacation and is still close enough to all the amenities and attractions.

This self catering house is close to Kilfenora which is known as the gateway to the Burren. The Burren Centre located in the village will contribute greatly to your understanding of the Burren as it unfolds the mysteries and delights of the region highlighting aspects of the Burren landscape, geology, flora and fauna. Kilfenora was once known as the ‘City of the Crosses’. These crosses date to the 12th Century and are all made of limestone. They can be seen in and around the cathedral graveyard.
Kilfenora is perhaps best known for its traditional Irish music and dancing. Set dancing is held every Thursday and Sunday nights at Vaughan's Barn all year round. From October to March, set dancing classes are held on Thursday nights before the dancing and everyone is encouraged to take part. 

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