The surrounding coastline is of a dramatic character with cliffs sculpted by Atlantic storms where rock ledges and caves are home to seabirds, seals and other maritime animals. Loop Head Lighthouse station is a major landmark on the northern shore of the Shannon River. The Lighthouse station is built on a clifftop with 300 degree views of the sea down to Kerry Head and Dingle and across to the Cliffs of Moher. Special Notes: The lighthouse station is reasonably remote, although Kilbaha village with post office, shop and pub is only 3 miles away. It is recommended that guests bring bottled drinking water as there is no mains supply at the station. Access to the lighthouse tower (for a fee) is only possible during the summer months when the tower is open to the public for tours.
- Sleeps 5 people. 1 Double Room, 1 Twin Room and 1 Single Room (downstairs).
- Welcomes 1 pet.