County Clare is renowned for its dramatic and changing landscape, from the world-renowned Cliffs of Moher (12.5 km) to the unique limestone landscape of the Burren (approx. 8km) with its extraordinary flora and fauna as well as being the European food destination of excellence.
Kilshanny House is located on the N67 between the market town of Ennistymon (5.4 km), famous for its Victorian shop fronts and courthouse gallery, and the spa town of Lisdoonvarna (6.5km). Both Ennistymon and Lisdoonvarna offer an abundance of award winning restaurants, hotels and shops. Kilshanny House is within walking distance of Kilshanny national school, the church and the community centre.
The village of Kilshanny is 9km distant from the vibrant seaside town of Lahinch, which is nestled in a magnificent coastal position at the head of Liscannor Bay. Lahinch offers a number of fantastic restaurants, pubs, caf�s, shops and hotels. Lahinch, home to a 2 km long beach of golden sands, is renowned as one of the top holiday resorts in Ireland. This coastal town attracts surfing and canoeing enthusiasts from all over the world and has earned a reputation as a top 'surf centre' with multiple surf schools in the area. Lahinch has a wealth of activities for children and lovers of water sports including, sailing, swimming, kite surfing, diving and freshwater fishing.
The keen golfer is well catered for with superb golf courses nearby including the links and championship course at Lahinch (7.5 km). Lahinch Golf Club is a magnificent links golf course attracting golfers from all over the world and is ranked in the World's Top 50 golf courses. It was host to the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. Spanish Point Golf Club (22 km), Woodstock Golf Club (32 km) and Trump International Golf Links at Doonbeg (38 km) are also close by.
Kilshanny House is a long established and award-winning village Inn close to the popular tourists' locations of the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin and Lahinch on the Wild Atlantic Way. The house dates back to 1860. It is currently a family home, a pub, restaurant and a lovely venue for events ranging from super theatre, eclectic mix of music, Burren b�il�n� (tapas style tastes of the Wild Atlantic Way) and all that jazz!
Recent awards for food include John & Sally McKenna McKenna's Guides in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
The accommodation briefly comprises a fully fitted bar, lounge area with coffee station, two kitchens and three WC's on the ground floor. On the first floor, there is a large restaurant/function room. There is one double bedroom, sitting room/office, a kitchenette and a bathroom on the second floor. On the southern boundary of the property, there are a number of general purpose storage sheds including a cold room and a stable.
The internal configuration of the property could be easily changed to accommodate a buyer who wishes to use the property as a beautiful home rather than for commercial use.
There is ample off road parking compatible for both large coaches and cars. There is also an electric vehicle car charging point and an enclosed lawn overlooking the lovely green vales of Kilshanny.
In all, the grounds extend to about 0.16 hectare/ 0.39 acre.
The Eircode is V95 CRT4.