Fall in love with the beauty, history and traditional music way out west
Peer over the mighty cliffs of the west, one of Ireland's classic sights
Visitors are always welcome and can be assured of a leisurely round of golf away from the cares of the modern world.Kilrush...
Cappagh Pier was one of the most important factors in the development of Kilrush. The oldest section near the shore...
Located within the Bellbridge House Hotel in the village of Spanish Point, County Clare, Tides Bistro offers an extensive...
Doonbeg River is a great salmon and sea trout river in County Claire. It rises in Lissycasey and flows westwards through...
Spanish Point has a beautiful long sandy beach within a sheltered location makes it a family friendly shore, perfect...
Located on the north side of the Loop Head Peninsula, the Bridges of Ross is an internationally renowned seabird-watching...
Dolphin Discovery in Kilrush, County Clare, offers boat trips to see Ireland’s only resident group of bottlenose dolphins....
Boat trips to Scattery Island depart from Kilrush Marina during the summer season. There is a small visitor centre on...
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£189 total stay for two adults.
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€1520 pp (Full Trail) €595 pp (Mini Trail)
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€75 per person sharing
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