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Corofin Country House

County Clare, Ireland

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Enter into a vestibule which has four gold-leaf chairs and antique tables. This opens to a long straight hall that has a black and white tile floor and a deeply-coved ceiling. Three small tables and an antique grandfather clock furnish this nice space.


The large sitting room is on the right of the hall and is furnished with two comfortable sofas and three easy chairs all covered in a soft floral fabric. There is fireplace, an Afghan Persian rug over a pine floor, a piano, a tall secretary, two tall windows with wood shutters. There are wonderful old books and drawings and paintings, some quite rare.


The very large dining room is on the left of the hall.  It features an antique oak table and 10 Chippendale chairs, a Regency sideboard and an Edwardian chest. Two glass-covered bookcases, a big fireplace, red walls and a pine floor add additional touches..

At the back of the center hallway, you step up to a floor of Liscannor flagstones.

The large eat-in kitchen is at the end of the hall, on the left.  It has a white Aga stove and a conventional Waterford gas stove with two electric ovens, a dishwasher, a microwave, two refrigerator/freezers, a washer and dryer .  The center island has a sink and three tall chairs so that you can have a quick snack or help with the cooking.  Counter tops are black granite and cupboards are oak.


At the back of the kitchen, the casual dining area has a French oak table and 10 chairs, a comfortable sofa, a rocking chair, a wall-mounted, flat-screen TV, a DVD player, a Wii game player.  French doors open to the back patio and gardens and the woods.  The patio has a barbecue and outdoor dining and sitting around furniture.


Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor.


Bunratty Bedroom is at the end of the center hall.  It has a king bed with a beautiful headboard and a white duvet.  There are antique bedside tables, an antique Scottish chest of drawers, a fold-out writing table, a vanity table with mirror, a beautiful Persian style rug and the original black cast iron fireplace.  Walls are a rich green.  There are two occasional chairs and large windows looking onto the grounds.  The large dressing room has many cupboards and drawers for storage.  The large en suite bathroom has a shower stall.


The Liscannor Bedroom, named for the flag stones at the back of the house, has a king bed with a white duvet, two antique bedside tables, a small antique vanity table and an Edwardian armoire.  The walls are lavender blue and the room faces the back of the property, out to the patio and the garden.  

Adjacent to the bedroom is a large bathroom with a coral and blue mosaic tile floor.  It is completely wheelchair accessible - and still very attractive.


Three more bedrooms are upstairs.


The Burren Bedroom has a king bed that can convert to twin beds and a white duvet and two classic blue chairs that face the tiled fireplace.   There is a tall white armoire with mirrored doors, a free-standing mirror and a chest of drawers and a closet.  The en suite bathroom, down a few steps, has a shower stall.


The Clifden Bedroom has longer-than-usual twin beds, an antique vanity table and mirror, and Edwardian armoire, and antique Indian Raj bookcase filled with books, a beautiful Persian-style rug, the original black fireplace, antique maps and prints on the walls and two tall sash windows that look over the front grounds.


The Lahinch Bedroom is similar to the Clifden bedroom.  It has twin beds that can convert to a king bed, an antique vanity table and mirror, an antique chest of drawers, an original 1020's wardrobe, art and fine prints on the walls and one long sash window that looks over the back grounds to the woods.

Lahinch and Clifden share a large hallway bathroom that has a long, deep tub and a separate shower stall.


There is a little sitting area on the landing that has a demi-lune table and lamp.  The sash window has a window seat so that one can have a private moment of two.


Additional cleaning can be arranged at the cost of E60 for two hours (two cleaners providing the service).  Cooking can be arranged at an an additional fee. There is no land line in the house, but the owner will leave a "pay-as-you-go" mobile phone for you to use.  Children are warmly welcomed here.

Corofin Village is 3 miles/4.8 km over a quiet country road.  Lahinch is 27 miles/43 km.  Shannon Airport is 38 miles/61 km.  Limerick City is 53 miles/154 km.  Galway City is 60 miles/96 km.  Adare is 70 miles/112 km.  Killarney is 164 miles/263 km.  Dublin is 230 miles/368 km.

ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: This house is an excellent choice for anyone with limitations of mobility because one of the ground-floor bathrooms has complete universal access.

Local Favorites
Favorite Local Pub
Name: Boffey's Pub
Distance from Property: 3.00 Kilometers
Interesting Facts: Stop in for a pint or a soda at Boffey’s pub in Corofin where you can hear traditional Irish music nearly any evening. More music pubs are in Doolin and Lisdoonvarna.
Unusual or interesting place in the area
The Corofin House borders the famous karst limestone Burren area, a moon-like piece of land that has attracted visitors for centuries. The Cliffs of Moher, above the Atlantic Ocean is 15 minutes from the house. The Ailwee or Doolin Caves are nearby. Golf courses abound including the famous Lahinch course. Walk, bike or hike in the National Park and along the breathtaking Atlantic coast, or boat and fish in Lake Inchiquin. Explore the nearby megalithic tombs, medieval abbeys and castles and cultural parks such as Bunratty.
Favorite Local Restaurant
Name: Gregans Castle
Distance from Property: 22.00 Kilometers
Type of Restaurant: Dressy
Type of Food: Fine Dining
Interesting Facts: Gregans Castle is a renowned Irish family run four star country hotel with an award wining chef. The food is literally to die for and it is where my family goes whenever we are celebrating an occasion. They know us well, so make sure to mention where you are staying. Come while there is light and ask for a table at the window so you can enjoy the views of Galway Bay. Their web address is
One thing visitors should not miss
A visit to Inchiquin House is to just enjoy the pure privacy and enchantment of the house and setting. On a sunny summer's day, take the garden furniture and BBQ to the front of the house and dine out there, taking in the breathtaking vista of the meadows and Clifden hill in the background, waiting for that spectacular west of Ireland sunset.
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