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Irish Landmark Trust Competition

Irish Landmark Trust in partnership with the Irish Times is offering one lucky winner a voucher for a five-night break at Inchiquin House in Corofin, Co. Clare.

Inchiquin House dates back to the 1800s and is located on a working farm. It is situated at the edge of the Burren region, making it an ideal base from which to explore the unique karst landscape of the area, as well as its many historic sites and leisure activities. The Wild Atlantic Way and all it has to offer are nearby, including the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands. Five bedrooms and four bathrooms (two are en suite) allow up to 10 guests to stay. Amenities such as a professional kitchen equipped with oven, gas hob and range mean Inchiquin House can be your home away from home. It is a perfect way to experience a holiday at a period property for a relaxing break away.

Our built heritage provides clues to our past and how our society has evolved, helping us to examine our history and traditions and enabling us to develop an awareness about ourselves.

Terms and conditions

  • Valid for new bookings only. Not applicable to existing reservations.
  • Valid for a stay up to 31st December 2024 only.
  • Prize is single-use only: it cannot be divided into multiple stays.
  • Booking must be made directly with the booking team at Irish Landmark Trust: bookings@irishlandmark.com.
  • The prize cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts or offers.
  • Full Irish Landmark Trust booking terms and conditions apply.
  • At the discretion of Irish Landmark Trust, the prize winner can request to stay in another Irish Landmark Trust property.
  • Full Irish Landmark Trust booking terms and conditions apply.

Irish Landmark Trust... Enjoy and respect Ireland's heritage.

Irish Landmark Trust is a non-profit organisation that finds interesting and unusual properties that are in need of conservation, and gives them new life.

Since 1992, it has been turning historic buildings into truly special self-catering holiday accommodation. Its properties range from lighthouses and schoolhouses, to castles and gate lodges.

As an educational charity, its primary aim is to conserve and sustain iconic buildings. That’s why Irish Landmark properties are living buildings, not museum settings. Irish Landmark always respects the history and architectural integrity of the structures it conserves, but it also ensures they have all the contemporary comforts of a holiday home.

It might not feel like your holiday is anything but a relaxing indulgence, but when you stay in an Irish Landmark property, you’re part of a community that’s keeping heritage alive.