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Railway view was originally built in 1888. It was at various stages a public house and a shop.
The Falls Hotel & Spa is conveniently located for touring the Burren, Cliffs of Moher, Lahinch Beach and many other attractions that County Clare has to offer. The historic property is a popular choice for families, couples, groups and individuals.
Casey is a self-catering property that offers scenic views and all the modern comforts needed for a memorable holiday in Lahinch, County Clare. The home is ideal for families, with three bedrooms and a host of amenities on its doorstep.
Kingfisher Lodge is a superb family run Bed and Breakfast set in two acres of gardens on the shores of Loch Derg.
A family-run campsite, Nagle's Doolin prides itself on providing very high quality facilities for visitors. With its enviable position between the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren, Nagle's is the perfect choice for a holiday in County Clare.
The four-star Ballyblood Loge is located near Tulla, County Clare. A three-bedroom lodge, it features modern amenities and is wheelchair accessible. Perfect for a relaxing getaway, the property is idyllic and affords magnificent views.
Located convenient to some of the most notable heritage sites and scenic areas in County Clare and Limerick, Knocknagow is a purpose-built B&B with off-street parking and landscaped gardens.
Home in quiet residential cul de sac overlooking river Shannon. River Bank walks 500 meters. Early morning visitors welcome. Teas & Coffees available on request. Free Wi-Fi.
Logues Atlantic Hotel is a comfortable, family-run accommodation located in the seaside resort town of Lahinch. It is an ideal place for both a relaxing getaway and activity-based break.
A quality accommodation that provides great value for money, Bridge View Cottage is located on the banks of the Scarriff River in Scarriff, County Clare. It is detached and includes four bedrooms, as well as a shed and bait fridge for anglers.
From €89- £71pps
From €99-£83 total price
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