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Holiday Accommodation Kilkee Loop Head Co.Clare Ireland

Querrin House

The Rookery Self Catering Accommodation
Kilkee Loop Head Co.Clare

Querrin House Kilkee Loop Head Co Clare
Querrin House Home Kilkee Loop Head Co Clare
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The location of Querrin House

Querrin House is located near the pier in Querrin
GPS 52.62876, -9.58881
N 52° 37' 43.536", W 9° 35' 19.716"

Garmin Sat Nav: Loc8 Code is P7N-87-911
Eircode for Querrin House: V15 K825
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  • Shannon Airport ~1 hr 15 mins.
  • Cork Airport ~2 hrs 30 mins
  • Dublin Airport ~3 hrs 30 min
  • Shops, Pubs, Restaurants in Kilkee (15 mins.), Kilrush (20 mins.) and Carrigaholt (10 mins.)
  • Cliffs of Moher ~45 mins
  • Beaches on the Shannon Estuary 5 mins., on the Atlantic in Kilkee 15 mins

Services in Kilrush & Kilkee:

  • Supermarkets in Kilrush: Aldi, Tesco, Super Value
  • Farmers market in Kilrush on thursdays
  • Butchers, Bakeries, Cafés
  • Shops, Banks, ATM, Post Office
  • Doctors, Dentists
  • Libraries with Internet access
  • Tourist Office (open in season)
  • Traditional Pubs, Live Sessions
  • Traditional Music Festival in Kilrush in July
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Querrin House

The Rookery Self Catering Accommodation

Querrin pier

Querrin House is located approximately mid-way along the world famous 2,500 km long Irish Wild Atlantic Way Tourism Trail which closely follows the Atlantic Sea coast of Ireland from Northern Donegal to Kinsale in Co. Cork. The Wild Atlantic Way is famous for its sweeping coastlines, towering sea cliffs and diverse landscapes.

The Rookery is the ideal location to come and chill-out in or to explore the sights, sounds, music, foods, sports, activities, wildlife, flora and fauna of a totally unspoiled rugged world-renowned landscape.

The Loop Head Peninsula, Ireland

In 2010, Loop Head Peninsula and Kilkee in Co Clare earned coveted EDEN recognition under the theme ‘Aquatic Tourism’. Famed for its impressive cliffs that dive dramatically into the Atlantic Ocean, this area boasts an incredible diversity of marine and bird life, as well as relaxing spas and beach resorts that date to Victorian times. The European Destinations of Excellence EDEN Award, is an EU accolade for emerging tourism destinations which are developing in a responsible and sustainable manner. In 2013, Loop Head was named the “Best Place to Holiday in Ireland” by The Irish Times Newspaper and was shortlisted in the Best Destination category at the World Responsible Tourism awards.
The Kilkee coast on Loop Head Peninsula
The Loop Head Peninsula is the only Irish destination listed in the 2014 Global Sustainable Top 100 Destinations and in 2015 took the Gold medal at the Irish Responsible Tourism Awards.

In 2014, The Loop Head Heritage Trail was launched. Tales of ghost ships and a hidden city are among a wealth of folklore to be explored on this pioneering heritage trail. The 60km Loop Head Peninsula Heritage Trail takes in 18 local attractions including the West Clare Railway, Querrin Pier, the Church of the Little Ark, Kilkee Victorian Town, and the bridges of Ross and Loop Head Peninsula.
Information, maps, recommended visits and tours...here



The town of Kilkee is just 7kms. away and one of the country's most popular seaside resorts with quite a few natural amenities around its horseshoe-shaped bay. The safe sheltered sandy beach is protected by Duggerna Reef, which is a natural wonder itself with some large and small rock pools full of marine life. Breathtaking cliff walks offer splendid scenery. This Cliff scenery all along to Loop Head Lighthouse is one of Ireland's greatest natural attractions.

Scattery Island


is a market and heritage town with access to the Shannon River through a modern Marina. One of its most interesting attractions is historical Scattery Island, an Irish landmark which can be reached by a boat from the marina.

In 2017, Scattery Island was recognised with an Irish Winner EDEN Award under this year’s Tangible Cultural Destination theme. Scattery Island with its Monastic Round Tower dating back over 1,000 years is in open view of The Rookery being located just 3 km across the waters of the Shannon Estuary from Querrin House itself.

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