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As a seaside village its main industries are fishing and farming.
Our three bedroom cottage has been built to a very high standard for the purpose of accommodating visitors in an exclusive and private environment.
We have plenty of secure parking and can easily accommodate horse and boat trailers.
We appreciate the need to keep connected with the office and home so our guests benefit from free wireless broadband and excellent 4G mobile phone coverage on most networks.
The current boat is a Mersey class lifeboat, the RNLB Doris Bleasedale, and is unique in Ireland being beach-launched.
Following lobbying by the local residents, fishermen and political representatives, Clogherhead now has one of the finest piers in Ireland which was opened following an investment in excess of €2 million. Today the headland remains Clogher Head, the village is called Clogherhead and the townland they are in is called Clogher.
Restored to traditional pastures and meadows - deer, badger, fox and many native birds, including resident families of buzzards, sparrow hawk and kestrel delightfully grace us with their presence.
In particular, the elusive heron will often 'stake out' our pond - a paradise in the busy world that we all live in, we defy anyone who visits not to leave Kiddicott Farm feeling restored in their faith of all 'good things' and that the English countryside truly is a national treasure.
See our area guide to find out more about holidays in the different parts of England.
The South West of England tends to be a favourite for self catering holidays whereas beautiful areas such as Suffolk and Norfolk attract people on romantic cottage breaks.
In addition it is the location for the local RNLI lifeboat station which houses a Mersey class lifeboat, the Doris Bleasdale.
The other beach is on the north of the village and is known as the 'Big Strand'.
The club reached the Louth senior championship finals in 2012 losing to St Patrick's on both occasions.