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Come along to the Burren Food Fayre to enjoy a range of local artisan food, cookery demonstrations, talks and tastings.
The Burren in Bloom Festival features a series of illustrated talks and organised walks throughout the month of May.
Enjoy a weekend of set-dancing in the beautiful and tranquil setting of Labasheeda situated on the banks of the Shannon estuary.
Located on the Shores of Lough Derg, the Mountshannon Traditional Music Festival hosts a packed weekend of pub sessions, ceilis, workshops, singing sessions, a song competition and a concert.
This traditional festival, held in remembrance of the Russells, is a showcase for traditional music, set dancing and sean nos. Featuring performances from a host of local and international musicians.
Fantastic weekend of traditional music, song, dance and Gaeilge with workshops, concerts, recitals, céilís, singing and music sessions featuring top class performers and tutors.
Showcasing the traditional musical richness of County Clare and beyond, this festival celebrates the life of set dancer Willie Keane, through music and singing sessions, ceilithe for adults and children,...
Come along to the Loop Head Walking, Biking & Heritage Festival to discover newly established walking circuits. See stunning wild Atlantic Scenery with experienced guides in one of Ireland's Eden Destinations...
Learn to kitesurf, power kite or kite buggy with Soul Kite, County Clare’s only full time Kite school. Whatever your level, Soul Kite has a course for you.
Wild Honey Inn is a family run inn located in the Burren region of County Clare in the town of Lisdoonvarna. It has an award winning bar/restaurant serving local, free-range and organic food.
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From €88 per double room per night
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