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Boghill Centre

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The Boghill Centre, Boghill, Kilfenora, Clare,
Ms Cari Ryan
T: +353(0)657074644
E: boghill@eircom.net

The Boghill Centre located on 50 acres of natural bog land in the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark, North Clare. The centre is secluded and has a quiet atmosphere making it the perfect place to relax, unwind and renew your spirit.

At the Boghill Centre guests can feel at home in their friendly welcoming accommodation, encouraging a community atmosphere and a relaxing informality.

The Boghill Centre is a residential venue for events such as workshops, courses, conferences and for individual/group retreats and holidays. The venue can accommodate 40 people in a variety of single, twin and family rooms to suit different budgets. The nearest villages are Lisdoonvarna two miles away and Kilfenora three miles.

B&B and hostel accommodation is available all year round. Ensuite twin rooms or single rooms, sharing shower room are available. The twin ensuite rooms are comfortable and practical. Each has two single beds which can be combined to create a double bed. The single rooms are in two blocks each block of two sharing a separate entrance and a shower room. The hostel accommodation includes five family rooms holding four to six people, with attached shower rooms. They can also be booked for single or double occupancy only. At quiet times kitchen facilities can be provided for those wishing to self cater.

The Boghill Centre offer a sustainable complex including organic vegetable and fruit gardens, a nature trail, a stone circle, a wildlife pond, two rush labyrinths, a chicken coop, an orchard and recently planted native woodland areas.

The Boghill kitchen is renowned for its delicious nurturing vegetarian food sourced primarily from the adjoining organic garden and orchard. The centre nestles on the edge of the Burren, a unique limestone area offering one of the most distinctive landscapes in Ireland, and a varied coast stretching south into the Cliffs of Moher. With its unusual geological features, its well preserved archaeology, its unique flora and fauna and its local culture, it is a magical area to explore.