The Burren Coast Hotel Clare County
The Burren Coast Hotel is a newly opened luxurious 4-star hotel set on the waterfront in the picturesque village of Ballyvaughan. Located on the outskirts of the Burren National Park in Co. Clare, the Burren Coast Hotel boasts stunning, far-reaching views across Galway Bay with the beautiful Burren and its lunar landscape as its backdrop. This hotel is the ideal break away from it all when visiting the West Coast of Ireland and all this area has to offer, including the Cliffs of Moher, Ailwee Caves and Aran Islands. With the Halcyon Spa now open, pampering and relaxation will be right on your doorstep when calling the Burren Coast Hotel your home away from home.
Smerwick Harbour Hotel
Nestling between the rugged coastline and the dramatic cliffs of the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, the Smerwick Harbour Hotel is a popular destination throughout the year. The surrounding area is a treasure trove of amenities, where guests can engage in many enjoyable activities including golf, angling, surfing, diving, horse riding, walking or just savoring the beautiful scenery where archaeological antiquity becomes an experience. All bedrooms have full private facilities together with a direct dial telephone, TV, hairdryer and a tea / coffee making cabinet. The hotel boasts an excellent restaurant with a select choice of cuisine and fine wines to satisfy the most discerning palate. The convivial atmosphere in our pub is a place to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. Regular live music will set your toes tapping while you enjoy the "craic" of the traditional Irish pub!
Hylands Burren Hotel
Experience bygone charm with modern facilities in this charming country hotel with well appointed and comfortable bedrooms. The popular Burren Bar with open turf fires features great entertainment and storytelling on a regular basis in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy a candle lit dinner in Hylands Burren Restaurant, which specialises in the best local seafood. Set in the picturesque village of Ballyvaughan in the heart of the unique Burren landscape the hotel is an ideal base for touring the unspoilt scenery of Clare, Connemare and Kerry countrysides. Truly an artists haven. Facilities include ocean swimming, horseriding, hill walking, golfing at the famous Lahinch, Galway Bay and Gort golf courses. Trips to the Aran Islands can also be arranged from the hotel. A member of Irish Country Hotels.
Rathbaun Hotel Clare County
We are renowned for our brilliant live Irish music and our friendly and helpful service. We offer value for money. We have 12 very comfortable en suite bedrooms, fully licensed bar and restaurant, appetizing menus and a gift shop. The Rathbaun is a 2** hotel on the main street of Lisdoonvarna in the famous Burren region.
Cliffs of Moher Hotel Clare County
Halpins Townhouse Kilkee
This tastefully refurbished Hotel offers quality, comfort and fine food with an excellent tradition of personal service. Halpins Hotel enjoys an excellent reputation for its food in this picturesque Victorian resort village which has frequently been awarded the "Blue Flag" by the European Union in recognition of its beautifull clean beach. This small hotel townhouse stands in the centre of the resort of Kilkee and is run by its owner, Pat Halpin, aided by his charming staff. The ensuite bedrooms are comfortable and well-appointed with every modern facility. Halpins is an highly acclaimed three Star Town House hotel overlooking the Victorian town of Kilkee, with a fine tradition of personal service - a combination of old world charm, fine food vintage wines, & modern comforts. Halpins Townhouse hotel also enjoys an excellent reputation for its cuisine; serving the finest food to come from the fresh, clean waters of the Atlantic and the green fields of County Clare. Kilkee stands in a pretty horsehoe bay midway between the Cliffs of Moher and the Ring of Kerry. Local attractions include scenic coastal drives, heritage sites, cliffs, beachesand caves and all kinds of sport on land and sea including golf in the adjacent Kilkee Golf course and the newly open Doonbeg Golf Links designed by Greg Norman.
Hotel Doolin Clare County
Sheedy's Country House Hotel Lisdoonvarna
Cappabhaile House Clare County
Cappabhaile House is a 9 year old guesthouse located just outside Ballyvaughan, County Clare on a 12 acre site in the heart of the Burren Region. The Burren is a mountainous terraine in North Clare is famous for it's flowers, rocks and scenery with a fasinating coastline which looks out on Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. Our guests can relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of country life in a pure rural environment. The only sounds you are likely to hear may a bird or a cow calling her calf. We provide all the luxury and comfort that you would expect from a modern hotel. We also provide a photographic gallery of the Burren, Games Room and an open meadow to ensure you have lots to do if you care to take a cross country walk. Your hosts Margaret and Conor will be very happy to help you plan your activities in the area with walks, hill climbs, archeological or botany information thus making it the complete B&B experience. The accommodation at Cappabhaile House is unique, with fantastic views of the hills and also the peace and tranquility of the countryside. All of our bedrooms are attractively designed with rich colour schemes, and all very large ranging from 350 sqFt to 450 sqft. All have very large bathrooms with a bath and shower.
Ballyvara House Clare County
Armada Hotel Spanish Point
Armada Hotel enjoys an enviable seafront location, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. When staying with us you can experience our fresh new 86 contemporary bedrooms which include superior, signature and tranquility room that you can enjoy, relax and unwind. Through the sheer quality of warm welcomes, excellent service and fine cuisine, the Armada Hotel bring prestige back into our modern world. Dine at the 1940’s themed restaurant where you can indulge in gourmet fine dining overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The Ocean Bar is the perfect retreat for a relaxing coffee and a popular choice for carvery lunch, served 7 days a week. Round off your evening with a visit to the Flagship bar where you can meet the locals or enjoy a pint with some foot tapping music each weekend. The hotel is only a short driving distance to the renowned Lahinch & Doonbeg golf courses and to some of Ireland's most popular visitor sites to include the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and the Aran Islands. A member of Irish Country Hotels.