Clare

  1. Lahinch Hostel

    Lahinch, Clare

    The Lahinch Hostel boasts one of the best locations in Lahinch, County Clare, as it is just minutes from the ocean, shops, bars and restaurants. The property has 54 beds and caters to individuals and groups, with a special focus on surfers. Read more

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  2. River Fergus System and Lakes

    Ennis, Clare

    The Fergus rises in the Burren region of County Clare and flows southwards through the village of Corofin and the town of Ennis to join the tidal waters of the Shannon Estuary at Newmarket-on-Fergus. Read more

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  3. Lough Derg Powerboat School

    Killaloe, Clare

    We run a power boat and motor cruiser training courses. Courses vary in length from half day to four days. Read more

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  4. Doon Forest

    Broadford, Clare

    Doon is located about 3.5 km north west of Broadford in County Clare. This extensive woodland was one of the noted tourist attractions of 19th century Clare. Read more

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  5. Cafe Noir

    Ennis, Clare

    Cafe Noir is a classic French cafe serving artisan products to include soups, sandwiches made from hand crafted bread, savoury croissants, quiches and a wide selection of handmade pastries, scones, cakes and biscuits. Read more

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  6. Rural Irish Holidays

    Mountshannon, Clare

    Rural Irish Holidays based in East County Clare, provide a variety of guided leisure activity holidays for guests who wish to immerse themselves in rural Ireland, its people, music, local quality food and good accommodation. Read more

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  7. Rivervale Holiday Homes

    Doolin, Clare

    Rivervale is a lovely development of eight holiday homes, each with the space to accommodate five people and all the modern conveniences required for a comfortable holiday. Set just outside Doolin, they are an ideal base for exploring County Clare. Read more

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  8. Riverdale Farmhouse

    Doolin, Clare

    Farmhouse scenically located, 4th generation family home. Suitable base for touring Clare, the Burren, Cliffs of Moher, Ailwee Caves, boat tips to Aran Islands.
    Horse riding locally. Extensive breakfast menu. Read more

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  9. Burren Peaks Weekend of Walking Festival

    Ballyvaughan, Clare

    Hosted by The Ballyvaughan Fanore Walking Club, the festival weekend promises you a real taste of the Burren. Enjoy guided hill and lowland walks, varying in distance and grade to cater for walkers of... Read more

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  10. Kilkee Diving And Watersports Centre

    Kilkee, Clare

    Kilkee is regarded as one of the best diving locations in Europe. The centre is fully equipped with the most modern equipment and its RIB's have oxygen sets, first aid kits and VHF radios. Read more

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