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Burren Guided Walks and Hikes in Fanore, County Clare is a guiding service offering everything from short rambles to full day guided walks.
Dining room with a view of the Cliffs of Moher. Varied menus compiled daily by chefs. Seafood a speciality. Closed early October to late AprilMonday to Sunday from 18.45 to 21.00Closed Tuesday evenings.
Adventure Burren is an activity provider in The Burren, Co. Clare and aims to provide the best quality experiences whatever level of fitness or ability.
Ballymorris Pottery was established in 1994 and is based in cratloe, in a converted 19th century court house.
Bunratty Heights B&B is a stunning country home locatedin the historic setting of Bunratty, County Clare.
The Summer School provides a week long programme of tuition in Irish traditional music, song and dance, complemented by lectures, recitals, concerts, Irish and Scots Gaelic language classes, and céilithe.
Whitestrand Doonbeg is famous for its white sand that frames magnificent coastal scenery. This sandy beach is located 2.5km west of the village of Doonbeg off the N67 road.
Aillwee Cave is a superb show cave near the mystical Burren area of north County Clare. The cave, with its nearby birds of prey centre and farm shop, is located south of Ballyvaughan on the R480.
Doolin Rent a Bike is located in Doolin, County Clare. They offer rental on various bikes in a range of sizes and includes helmets, jackets, locks and maps. Hourly, daily and weekly rates are available.
The 3* Briar Lodge pride themselves on customer service and aim to make you feel right at home. Its modern en-suite rooms are finished to the highest standard. Briar Lodge offer a varied breakfast menu. Shannon Airport is just a 10 minute drive.
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