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Cratloe Wood is a State owned forest on the slopes of Woodcock Hillbeside the small village of Cratloe in County Clare. It is believed that the beams of the roof in Westminster Hall came originally from the Cratloe Wood.
County Clare’s impressive friary at Ennis Town dates back to the 13th century, when the O’Briens founded it. The structure, which once housed more than 300 friars, features numerous 15th- and 16th-century sculptures carved from local limestone.
Doolin2Aran Ferries sail to the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher from Doolin pier.
At Estuary View, holidaymakers can find a comfortable home for a truly memorably break in Kilrush, County Clare. The holiday homes are furnished to a three-star rating and include three bedrooms as well as an open-plan living and dining area.
Dillons Bar and Restaurant is a family run business located in Inagh Village, County Clare. It is the first direct stop for food from Shannon Airport to the Cliffs of Mohar via the N85 and is therefore very popular with locals and tourists.
This looped walk is a 5km route which travels around the Carran Turlough (seasonal lake), Europes largest Turlough.
Weekly entertainment includes 45 Card Game, Bingo. Live Music and Disco at weekends.
The Woodland Gallery is situated in the tranquil setting of the foothills of Mount Callan in County Clare. Sally Perkins, owner of The Woodland Gallery opened her gallery to give people the opportunity to view and purchase her work.
Modern bungalow situated on Coast Road 1.5 km from Doolin Village. Bedrooms ensuite with private car park.,TV and lounge. Lisdoonvarna 5 km. Family bungalow in a quiet location of Burren, Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands. Airport 1 hour. 2 minutes drive from Doolin Cave.
The Anchor Inn is open from 3pm every day and is a fun and friendly place to have a drink.
€100 Per Night
From €129 PPS
$2800 per person sharing
€15 Car incl. Passengers
280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
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