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Inchiquin House

Corofin, North Clare


Inchiquin House is an elegant period home in County Clare, romantically tucked away in the West of Ireland, near the Wild Atlantic Way. It is the perfect base to explore the unique Burren landscape, historic sites, and the many leisure activities of the region. 

The house has three double bedrooms, two twin rooms, four bathrooms, a drawing room, a formal dining room, a garden and a patio with garden furniture. It is child friendly and allows for one dog. 

“The Liscanor” bedroom is wheelchair accessible, with a comfortable king-size bed. There is also a spacious wheelchair-accessible restroom with a wet room power shower specially designed for guests with disabilities.  The home has oil-fired central heating and an open fire in the living room. There is also a large equipped kitchen with an oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, fridge, and freezer. Towels, linens, hair dryer, iron, ironing board, cooking utensils and equipment are all provided. A travel cot/crib for infants (under two years) is available on request. 

As Inchiquin House is on a working farm, please keep gates closed. There are two-speed ramps on the avenue approaching this property, so please drive with care. Your pet must be supervised during your stay, as there may not be secure enclosures. 

A contribution towards light and heat is applied to all bookings. As a not-for-profit organisation, this fee makes a significant contribution to energy costs. Guests are encouraged to reuse, reduce, and recycle.

Good to Know

Parking and WiFi are available on-site.

About Corofin


Located on the River Fergus and surrounded by lakes, the picturesque village of Corofin is a gateway town to the world-famous Burren region.