These holiday homes are in a beautiful location. They are very spacious and pretty. The location is very good but a car is needed to access the sights.
However as a previous reviewer has stated the charge for utilities completly overshadowed an extremly enjoyable stay. The charge for heating is 2euro per unit(this is not mentioned in the welcome book) and electricity is 15cent per unit.This equated to a 76 euro charge for one house for 3 nights.
One of the houses we booked also had no heating for 2 nights, the only help given was a few extra blankets and a heater. They changed houses on the third night. The only concession to the extreme discomfort was this house was not charged for electricity (36 euro for 2 nights electricity). The outside temperature at the time was minus 3 degrees.
The supervisor we dealt with was extremly uncoperative and rude and refused to show us a printout of the actual meter charges only her ones.She almost seemed to expect an argument from us.
We had friends from America travelling with our party who was extremly unimpressed with all this (at a time when Ireland needs its tourists)
To summerise, beautiul houses in one of the most scenic villages in Ireland. However use the electricity very sparingly and dont go when the weather is cold!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- doolin court is located in the village of doolin and 4 miles from the cliffs of moher. it is the ideal base for exploring the burren and the aran islands. our properties are modern, semidetached, terraced homes, fully equipped and luxurious. this modern complex is suitable to all holiday makers. our homes are 2 bedroomed and sleep upto a max of 5 people ... more less