This traditional thatched Irish cottage in County Clare is the perfect summer retreat.

Oran Uisce, a detached two-bedroom cottage situated on the Wild Atlantic Way in the Burren National Park, is on the market for €285,000 ($312,000).

The cottage is located in a spectacular location in Ballyvaughan and offers uninterrupted panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Brian MacMahon Brian MacMahon

The property is entered through a traditional half-door and offers an ideal blend between tradition and modernity. 

The sitting room is bright and airy thanks to its vaulted ceiling with Velux windows and features a beautiful fireplace in its center.

A door leading off the sitting room takes guests to a pantry and dining area, while a well-equipped kitchen and shower room are located at the back. 

The cottage also boasts a master bedroom complete with a vaulted ceiling and a second good-sized bedroom.

The property comes with full planning permission for an extension. 

Beautifully crafted traditional stone walls make up the property's boundary. 

The cottage is just a 2.5-mile drive from the scenic harbor village of Ballyvaughan, located on the famous Wild Atlantic Way. 

The village contains shops, restaurants, pubs, and a famous country market, whilst also offering hill walking, pier jumping, and a wide array of historic sites and scenic beaches. 

The property is just a short drive from the world-famous Cliffs of Moher and the Aillwee Caves, making it the perfect location for summers on the west coast of Ireland. 

Listed by DNG Brian MacMahon, the cottage is a 45-minute drive from Galway City and a 40-minute drive from Ennis. Shannon Airport is an hour's drive away, while it is a two-and-a-half-hour drive to Dublin Airport. 

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