Quilty , historically Killty, is a small fishing village between Milltown Malbay and Doonbeg in County Clare, Ireland. Lobster, salmon, bass, herring and mackerel are landed at Quilty, formerly known for its curing industry.
The name is thought to come from coillte, meaning woods.
The Catholic Church is the most prominent building, its round tower being visible for miles around the flat countryside. It was built in remembrance of the Leon XIII rescue.
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Kilmurry Ibrickane, Quilty, V95 R635, Co. Clare
Situated on the site of a historic landlord's residence with spectacular panoramic views of the Atlantic Coast, Clonmore Lodge offers home-made scones and tea on arrival. The property is near to easily accessed quiet beaches.
Ballymakea, Quilty, Co. Clare
A 5-minute drive from Spanish Point, Sea Crest Farmhouse B&B is found on a working dairy farm with spectacular sea views of the west Ireland coast. This County Clare bed and breakfast provides free parking and WiFi.
Seafield, Quilty, Co. Clare
Featuring free WiFi, Teach Baurna Gross offers accommodation in Quilty. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Each room includes a shared bathroom.
Quilty Seafield, Quilty, Co. Clare
Shorehaven is a detached three-bedroom holiday home located 1 km from the village of Quilty in West Clare. The property features views of the sea and is 33 km from Ennis.
Quilty, Ennis, Co. Clare