Fall in love with the beauty, history and traditional music way out west
Peer over the mighty cliffs of the west, one of Ireland's classic sights
This route travels through a very diverse and scenic landscape with exceptional views over the countryside.
Boat trips to Scattery Island depart from Kilrush Marina during the summer season. There is a small visitor centre on...
Nevsail Watersports in Kilkee, County Clare provides training courses in sailing, surfing, windsurfing, rock-climbing,...
The food style combines local and International produce with a flair for adventure.Veg. Option. Family friendly.
Crotty's Award Winning Pub, Restaurant, and B&B is located in Kilrush town. It is an Authentic 19th Century pub with...
Kilrush Farmers Market takes place every Thursday in Kilrush, County Clare. It has a great range of fresh vegetables...
The Black Oak Restaurant is located in a beautiful and unique countryside setting in Milltown Malbay, County Clare....
The Kilrush Slí route is 4.6km and begins at the Town Hall, Market Square.
This week-long summer school of Irish traditional music, song and dance is perfect for lovers of music, history, and...
€199 for 2 rounds of golf and a buggy
From €515 pps
Admission: £9 (Adult), £4.50 (Child), £22.50* (Family)
From €265 pn
From €32 per person sharing including a full Irish breakfast.
From £55 per person sharing.
From €90.00 per person sharing.
£62.50pps includes dinner, B&B and ticket to Seamus Heaney Homeplace
From €25 per person.
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