Emohruo Bed & Breakfast
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Cliffs of Moher Road (R478), Luogh North, Doolin,
Mrs Margaret Carey
A warm Irish welcome awaits you to the cosy Emohruo B&B, a handsome farmhouse stunningly located between the traditional music hub, Doolin, and the stunning Cliffs of Moher in County Clare.
Enjoying a prided location between the traditional music haven of Doolin and the ruggedly beautiful Cliffs Of Moher in County Clare, Emohruo B&B is a handsome farmhouse home offering a uniquely warm Irish welcome. WiFi Internet access is available at the home here, while the guest bedrooms, located on the ground floor, offer ease of access as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Guests are also invited to make use of the comfy guest lounge where they will find a TV and books and leaflets providing plenty of local information. Mornings are a treat here, with charming rural views and and an extensive and tasty breakfast menu designed to set you up for a long day touring the area. Families and small groups are catered for at the B&B, while those travelling by car will benefit from a private on-site car park available for their use.
Located as it is on the County Clare coast, Emohruo B&B is ideally placed for guests wishing to visit the coastal gems of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher (Moher Cruises depart 10 minutes from the house). Guests to the B&B will also be wonderfully placed to enjoy the charmingly traditional pubs of Doolin village, home to some of the finest traditional Irish music in the West of Ireland. The B&B itself sits directly across from Stonecutter’s Kitchen Restaurant where guests can enjoy a lunch or dinner should they wish. The Aran Islands are also equally accessible with the ferry just ten minutes from the B&B. Golfers will be spoiled for choice, too, as Lehinch Golf Course (10mins), Woodstock Golf Club (30mins) and Kilrush Golf Club (45mins) are all within the local area. The home here also happens to be just an hour from Shannon Airport and Killimer Car Ferry, making it the perfect base for discovering the riches of County Clare and the West Coast of Ireland.
Your Hosts: John and Margaret Carey