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  1. The Clare Jam Company

    Doolin, Clare

    The Clare Jam Company produces traditionally handmade preserves at their premises at The Clare Jam Shop on the Burren Way, and the Wild Atlantic Way, between Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher. Read more

  2. Cassidys Pub

    Carran, Clare

    Located in the heart of the Burren, Cassidy’s historic Public House and Restaurant, caters for tour groups, weddings, parties and all social events. They also provide live music every weekend. Read more

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  3. Ballinalacken Castle Country House and Restaurant

    Doolin, Clare

    Dining room with a view of the Cliffs of Moher. Varied menus compiled daily by chefs. Seafood a speciality.

    Closed early October to late April
    Monday to Sunday from 18.45 to 21.00
    Closed Tuesday evenings. Read more

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  4. Sheedy's Hotel and Restaurant

    Lisdoonvarna, Clare

    Sheedys Hotel & Restaurant is a long established 4* hotel, offering the very best in food, service and hospitality. The restaurant has two rosettes from AA and TripAdvisor Awards of Excellence 2013/4/5. Read more

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  5. Doolin Cave

    Doolin, Clare

    Take a fully guided tour to see one of the world’s most compelling cave attractions, the Great Stalactite, at Doolin Cave. Read more

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  6. Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb

    Carran, Clare

    Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb, in Carran County Clare, dates around 2500BC. It lies close to Ballyvaughan in the beautiful Burren area. Read more

  7. Doolin Ferry - Aran Islands

    Doolin, Clare

    Legendary trips to The Aran Islands with Bill O'Brien's Doolin Ferry Company established 1970. Daily sailings from March to November. Ferries depart from Doolin Pier in Co. Clare. Welcome aboard! Read more

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  8. Michael Cusack Centre

    Carran, Clare

    Learn about the founder of the GAA, Michael Cusack, born in 1847. The centre, located in his home village of Carron in the centre of the Burren, opened in 2006 to coincide with the centenary of his death. Read more

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  9. Stonecutters Restaurant

    Doolin, Clare

    StoneCutters Kitchen is over one hundred years old, a traditional, stone built cottage, with a flag stone roof, which has been tastefully transformed into a cosy, unique and family friendly restaurant. Read more

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  10. Doolin Garden

    Doolin, Clare

    Doolin Garden is a beautiful space located in County Clare. It appears to be a simple garden, but as visitors explore, they will discover hidden pathways and mini gardens. The grounds are also home to an award-winning contemporary house. Read more

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