Newmarket-on-fergus

  1. Carrygerry Country House

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Carrygerry is a charming "Old World" Country House, which was built in 1793, near Shannon, in the Scenic County Clare in the West of Ireland. Read more

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  2. Beechgrove Farmhouse

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Beechgrove Farmhouse is family run B&B on a working farm with cattle, sheep, lambs and horses. Shannon Airport and Bunratty Castle are a 10 minute drive. Read more

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  3. Dromoland Clay Pigeon Shooting

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Master the art of shooting target flying through the air with Dromoland Clay Pigeon Shooting. Read more

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  4. Rathlahine Trout Angling

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    This 15 acre natural lake is located in Newmarket on Fergus in County Claire and is stocked with up to 3,000 rainbow trout. Read more

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  5. Deerfields Restaurant

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Located in the beautiful Co Clare countryside, the Clare Inn Hotel is home to Deerfields Restaurant, which provides elegant dining in a relaxing and comfortable environment. Read more

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  6. Bali Room Restaurant

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    The Contact number for the Bali room Restaurant is as stated. Read more

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  7. Carrygerry Country House

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Carrygerry is located just outside Shannon and Newmarket-on-Fergus in the countryside of County Clare. This manor house is over 200 years old, sensitively restored and refurbished. This three star hotel overlooks the Shannon and Fergus estuary. Read more

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  8. Dromoland Castle Golf Course

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Dromoland Castle's golf course is complimented by a truly unique practice facility, which has 10 fully automated driving bays, putting greens and bunker. Read more

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  9. Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort, near Newmarket-on-fergus in County Clare, was built at the beginning of the Late Bronze Age around 950 BC and is one of the biggest such forts in Ireland. Read more

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  10. Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort Walking Trail

    Newmarket-on-fergus, Clare

    Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort was built at the beginning of the Late Bronze Age around 950 BC. The site is enclosed by woodland and is a self-guided trail up to the Hillfort which is identified as the largest in Ireland. Read more

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