Sea View House
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Set in the depths of stunning Doolin in County Clare, Sea View House provides four-star luxury accommodation. The B&B is superbly located overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and boasts an extensive breakfast menu and a guest lounge with panoramic views.Free WiFi, open fires, extensive breakfast,ocean views.
Sea View House in Doolin, County Clare is a unique Bed and Breakfast on the Wild Atlantic Way where you can enjoy luxurious accommodation and surroundings, superb food along with natural and warm hospitality.
Sea View House offers a retreat from the hustle of everyday life. Open decks, pastoral and ocean views form a setting for relaxation or lively conversations.
Sea View House is perched on the side of a hill in Doolin village overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the Aran Islands. Located on the Burren Way, the B&B is right in the middle of Doolin village allowing you to stroll across the bridge to Gus O'Connor's pub where you can enjoy wonderful traditional live Irish music and great food. The spectacular coastal walking trail linking the village of Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher and on to Hags Head starts right outside Sea View House.
Sea View House offers you peaceful accommodation in one of their four spacious and elegant non-smoking guest rooms. Each stylish bedroom is finished to the highest standard and all rooms feature classic hand-made mahogany furniture. Complementary WiFi is available in the bedrooms and throughout the property.
The guest rooms are complemented by the guest lounge and large deck, where you can soak up the glorious views of the Atlantic Ocean, Allie River and Doolin Village, take time to watch a passing ship or enjoy the evening sunset.
Sea View House has gained recognition for their use of locally sourced and home grown ingredients for their breakfasts. You can choose from their sumptuous breakfast buffet of home poached fruits, artisan cheese, home-made yoghurt and much more before being served a low food mile dish prepared to order from the kitchen. They source as much locally as they can. Their cheese comes from the Cliffs of Moher and Buren Geopark. Their bacon comes from Galway. They grow their own tomatoes, bake all their own breads, and all eggs come from their flock of chickens.
Guests will be within walking distance of Doolin Harbour where ferry connections leave for the stunning Aran Islands while the lunar-like landscape of the Burren is also easily accessible from the B&B.
Visitors in search of awe-inspiring sights will enjoy the Cliffs of Moher, which are within easy travelling distance. Another enjoyable destination in the area is the Doolin Garden. The village of Doolin is also hosts to the excellent O’Connor’s pub where quality traditional Irish music can be heard regularly.
Your Hosts: Mr & Mrs Niall & Darra Hughes