Cliffs of Moher

  1. Burren Beauty Drive

    Kilfenora, Clare

    The Burren Beauty Drive will bring you through mountainous terrain, beautiful sea views and unspoilt valleys. The purple route encircles the Burren, beginning at the ancient cathedral town of Kilfenora with its excellent Burren Interpretive Centre. Read more

  2. Ennistymon Courthouse Gallery and Studio

    Ennistymon, Clare

    The Courthouse Gallery, which is part of the Courthouse Studios and Gallery, is a centre of artistic excellence and an integral part of Ennistymon and North Clare life. Read more

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  3. Ballybreen House

    Kilfenora, Clare

    Ballybreen House, a 3 star Fáilte Ireland approved B&B is a unique farmhouse situated at the gateway to the Burren located 1km from the historical musical village of Kilfenora. Read more

  4. Flanagan's Village Hostel

    Doolin, Clare

    Flanagan’s Village Hostel is a family-run business in the beautiful seaside village of Doolin, County Clare. The accommodation has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and many facilities for the comfort of its guests. Read more

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  5. Riverside Cottage

    Doolin, Clare

    Superbly located in the heart of Doolin, Riverside Cottage, one of the originally established houses in Doolin, was built in 1882. Now remodelled and reborn, it offers a perfect choice for B&B. Read more

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  6. Doolin Coastal Cottages - Clonalis

    Doolin, Clare

    Doolin Coastal Cottages includes two- and three-bedroom cottages set in Lough North, County Clare, which is between Doolin Village and the Cliffs of Moher. The cottages are ideal for touring the region, including the spectacular Aran Islands. Read more

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  7. Leamaneh Castle

    Kilfenora, Clare

    Leamaneh Castle is a 5-storey tower house which is located between Corofin and Kilfenora in County Clare. It was built about 1480 and is thought to have been built by Toirdelbhach Donn MacTadhg O’Briain, King of Thomond. Read more

  8. Birdwatching at the Cliffs of Moher

    Liscannor, Clare

    The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare are one of Ireland’s most important bird-breeding sites. The Cliffs hold one of the major colonies of cliff nesting area in Ireland. This area was designated as a Special Protection Area for Birds in 1989. Read more

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  9. O'Brien Line Doolinferry - Aran Islands

    Doolin, Clare

    Legendary trips to The Aran Islands with O’Brien Line Doolinferry, Est. 1970. Daily sailings from March to November. Ferries depart from Doolin Pier in Co. Clare. Welcome aboard! Read more

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  10. Roadford House Restaurant

    Doolin, Clare

    Located just minutes from the centre of Doolin village, County Clare, Roadford Restaurant is run by a husband and wife team, Frank & Marian Sheedy. They offer award winning dishes in a warm and friendly environment. Read more

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