County Clare

    12 Bed & breakfasts in County Clare

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    Attractions

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    Really good tour and a very informative guide. This will not disappoint!

    Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is one of Ireland’s top tourist attractions and a must-see for any visitor to the Shannon region. The Castle is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland, while the Folk Park is a living outdoor museum featuring over 30 buildings and a beautiful walled garden in a stunning recreation of 19th Century Ireland that covers 26 acres. You can also visit for the celebrated nightly medieval banquets.

    The North Clare Sea Kayaking Tour Company

    An amazing journey in the caves on the Irish coastline in kayaks. Great guides and good equipment I would definitely recommend this!

    Great tour and brilliant views! The guide is particularly excellent with some humorous stories. Only 5 Euros and worth it!

    Running twice nightly year round, this is a sumptuous four course banquet at the castle with authentic-ish medieval dishes (including mead, but also coffee and tea for those who choose to round off in a more 'modern' manner) and also a half hour traditional Irish music show and after hours attendance to the castle and folk museum.

    Places To Eat

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    StoneCutters Kitchen

    StoneCutters is located in a historic stone cottage on the coast just out of Doolin and is a true family restaurant in the best sense of the term. There is a special children's menu as well as toys and even an outdoor play area. The 'grown-ups' menu is a perfect balance of traditional Irish comfort food and slightly more adventurous choices, so that there is something fo everyone. Outdoor seating for sunny days and excellent value for money.

    A quaint rural style cafe with a small but well-thought out menu that should have something for everyone's taste. All meals are available as a half-portion if you're not that hungry or can't choose between a couple of options!

    Founded in 1620 and right under Bunratty Castle, this is both undeniably a landmark Irish pub, and a place that caters mostly to tourists. But that is not necessarily a bad thing, as it means the service is professional and the menu broad and accessible.

    A good range of pub and traditional Irish fare, located right next to Bunratty Castle. Popular with locals as well as tourists.

    Great traditional pub grub, great traditional music sessions nightly in the summer and perfectly poured pints of Guinness. All in one of Doolin's notable historic buildings.

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    A great central base for Western Ireland

    Main attractions and destinations of Western Ireland including Galway, Connemara, the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and the lakes of Killarney are all within an easy day trip of Bunratty, making it a perfect base for visiting the area.

    Facts about County Clare

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    The traditional Irish music capital of the world

    Doolin is widely regarded as the world's epicenter of traditional Irish music. There are three pubs in the village (McGann’s,O’Connors and McDermott’s) that have nightly live music all year round from both local and visiting performers.