the-burren

  1. Caherconnell Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

    Carran, Clare

    Visit Caherconnell Stone Fort, a 1,500 year old structure in the Burren near Carron, County Clare. The visitor centre presents Ireland's first virtual tour of a stone fort, complete with details of both its history and dweller's lives. Read more

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  2. Burren Smokehouse

    Lisdoonvarna, Clare

    Curious as to how salmon is smoked? Discover Burren Smokehouse's first kiln and its unique salmon mosaics. Taste the freshly smoked organic salmon from Irish waters and enjoy other culinary delights. Open every day. Read more

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  3. Cullinan's Restaurant & Guesthouse

    Doolin, Clare

    Cullinan's Restaurant & Guesthouse is centrally located in the heart of Doolin, County Clare. It’s highly acclaimed restaurant overlooks the Aille River and offers a great range of dishes. Read more

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  4. Kilnaboy Medieval Church and Round Tower

    Kilnaboy, Clare

    The village of Kilnaboy in County Clare is home to the remains of an interesting medieval church and round tower. Read more

  5. The Burren Painting Centre

    Lisdoonvarna, Clare

    The Burren Painting Centre, in its 36th year, offers amateur artists the opportunity to paint 'en plein air', with expert tuition. We provide landscape painting courses from May to August in the Burren and along the north Clare coastline. Read more

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  6. Burren Perfumery and Floral Centre

    Carran, Clare

    Ireland’s first perfumery and tea rooms, the Burren Perfumery and Floral Centre in Carran, County Clare was established over 30 years ago in one of the most unique floral landscapes in the world. Read more

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  7. Doolin2Aran Ferries - Aran Islands

    Doolin, Clare

    Sail to the Aran Islands from Doolin pier, in Co Clare. Doolin2Aran Ferries sail daily to each of the islands. Read more

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  8. Nagles Doolin Caravan and Camping Park

    Doolin, Clare

    A family-run campsite, Nagle's Doolin prides itself on providing very high quality facilities for visitors. With its enviable position between the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren, Nagle's is the perfect choice for a holiday in County Clare. Read more

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  9. Moloney House

    Doolin, Clare

    Moloney House is a comfortable house with spacious bedrooms in the beautiful County Clare. It is in walking distance to traditional music pubs, restaurants and Doolin Harbour. Extensive breakfast menu. Free WiFi Internet access. Read more

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  10. Cullinan’s Guesthouse

    Doolin, Clare

    Cullinan's 4 star Guesthouse, situated in the heart of Doolin, County Clare, offer first class accommodation in an idyllic setting overlooking the Aille River and is within walking distance of all local pubs and amenities. Read more

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