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Ballinsheen House

Galway Road, Lisdoonvarna

Ballinsheen House is situated on an elevated site overlooking the spa town of Lisdoonvarna. Guests can enjoy the scenery from the lovely garden or relax in the cosy guest sitting room by the turf fire. A delicious breakfast is served in the conservatory dining room and includes Mary Gardiner's home baking and locally smoked salmon. The bedrooms offer good space and are attractively decorated, some are suitable for families. This is an ideal base for exploring the Burren region on walking or bicycle trips. Secure off-street parking is available.

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Ballyvaughan Lodge

Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
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The warm and welcoming home of the O'Sullivans is the ideal base for touring the wonderful Burren region and Galway Bay. The village has a number of craft shops and atmospheric pubs, most of which serve evening meals. Bedrooms are comfortably appointed and the relaxing lounges include a sun room, with reading material, guides and some interesting pieces of original art. Breakfast is a delight; an array of fresh and poached fruits and local farmhouse cheese followed by a selection of options cooked to order by Pauline.

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Clareville House

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Clareville House is attractively decorated and is situated in the pretty lakeside village of Tuamgraney. Bedrooms are furnished to a high standard and there is a cosy guest sitting room. Teresa's breakfast is a special treat. Walking tours are organised by Derek who has all the knowledge about fishing and golf in the area, and also offers a taxi service and airport collection.

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Cullinans Seafood Restaurant and Guest House

Doolin, Co. Clare
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This charming guest house and restaurant is situated in the village of Doolin. Bedrooms are attractively decorated in a traditional style. Chef patron James Cullinan features locally caught fresh fish on his dinner menu which also includes steaks, lamb and vegetarian dishes, and there is a popular Early Bird menu. Dinner is served in the conservatory dining room overlooking the River Aille (closed Wed and Sun) in season. There is a cosy guest lounge and ample off-street parking

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Dromoland Castle Hotel

Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare

Dromoland Castle, dating from the early 18th century, stands on a 375-acre estate and offers extensive indoor leisure activities and outdoor pursuits. The team are wholly committed to caring for guests. The thoughtfully equipped bedrooms and suites vary in style but all provide excellent levels of comfort, and the magnificent public rooms, warmed by log fires, are no less impressive. The hotel has several dining options - the elegant fine-dining Earl of Thomond, the less formal Fig Tree in the golf clubhouse, and The Gallery which offers a menu all day.

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Gregans Castle Hotel

Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
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This hotel is a hidden gem in The Burren area, and the delightful restaurant and bedrooms enjoy splendid views towards Galway Bay. The Haden family, together with their welcoming staff, offer a high level of personal service. Bedrooms are individually decorated; superior rooms and suites are particularly comfortable; some are on the ground floor and have patio gardens. There are welcoming fires in the comfortable drawing room and the cosy cocktail bar where afternoon tea is served. Dinner is a highlight of any visit; the chef shows a real passion for food which is evident in his cooking of top quality local and organic produce. The area is rich in archaeological, geological and botanical interest, and cycling and walking tours can be organised. There is a beautiful garden to relax in.

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Moher Lodge

Cliffs of Moher
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This very comfortable farmhouse is situated within walking distance of the world famous Cliffs of Moher. Three of the well appointed bedrooms are on the ground floor. There is a cosy sitting room with a turf fire and guests are greeted with tea and Mary's Guinness cake on arrival and there is a selection of dishes and freshly baked scones for breakfast. The locality offers restaurants, pubs with Irish music, ferries to the Aran Islands and the links golf course at Lahinch.

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Moy House

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Moy House, an 18th-century former hunting lodge, overlooks Lahinch Bay, the world-famous surfing beach and championship golf links. Individually designed bedrooms and suites are decorated with luxurious fabrics and fine antique furniture. The elegant drawing room has an open turf fire and guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean while enjoying a pre-dinner drink from the honesty bar. The Conservatory Restaurant adjoins the elegant dining room and features award-winning cookery. The menu is based on local seafood and seasonal produce from small independent farmers. A gourmet tasting menu is served on selected nights. Dinner must be pre-booked. Breakfast is also a treat, with a number of healthy options on offer together with the traditional Irish selection.

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Sheedys Country House Hotel

Lidsoonvarna, Co. Clare
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Dating in part from the 17th century and set in an unrivalled town centre location on the edge of The Burren, this house is full of character and has an intimate atmosphere. Fine cuisine can be enjoyed in the contemporary restaurant, and the bedrooms are spacious and well appointed. Sheedys makes an ideal base for touring as it is close to Doolin, Lahinch Golf Course, and the Cliffs of Moher.

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Temple Gate Hotel

The Square, Ennis, Co. Clare
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This smart hotel is owned and run by the Madden family and is located in the centre of the town. It incorporates a 19th-century, Gothic-style Great Hall banqueting room. The public areas are well planned and include a comfortable library lounge, popular traditional pub and Legends Restaurant. Bedrooms are attractive and well equipped with some executive rooms and suites available.

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Wild Honey Inn

Kincora Road, Lisdoonvarna

Set in a former hotel dating from the 1860s, when the town prospered as a Spa, The Wild Honey Inn has created a solid reputation for its cuisine. 'Modern bistro style' is Aidan McGrath's description of the food on offer, served in the comfortable atmospheric bar at both lunch and dinner. Great attention is paid to the provenance of the ingredients, most of which are organic and sourced as close to County Clare as possible. Reservations are not taken. Bedrooms come in a number of styles, and the garden rooms have private patios. Residents have the use of a relaxing lounge, filled with reading material, not surprisingly featuring food and cookery. Breakfast is also a highlight of any visit, with a range of interesting options.

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