County Clare has very diverse scenery, west Clare with the Wild Atlantic Way is very different from East Clare with Lough Derg on the Shannon river, North Clare has the rugged Burren and the Flaggy shore made famous by Linan's Lobster bar and a very flat scenic walk, South Clare has the Killkee cliffs and the beautiful quiet Loop head.
All these places and more create a magnificent backdrop to every holiday, exciting cliff and mountain walks, historic monastery's,castles and beautiful beaches from the sheltered Flaggy shore to the Cliffs of Moher and on to the the spectacular Killkee cliffs and Loop head lighthouse.
The Burren National Park is a unique limestone plateau with stone forts, dolmens and rare plants.
The river Shannon is another wonderful backdrop for castles, hiking paths, boating and other activities while it flows through County Clare.
1hr to Wild Atlantic Way, Burren, Galway city.
30mins to Shannon airport, Ennis, Bunratty/Dromoland castles, Lough Derg.
Traditional music/pub/restaurant within 10mins.
The diverse landscape and magic of County Clare is steeped in history, storytelling, castles, megalithic sites, spectacular scenery, small roads, lakes and untouched mountains. We are situated on the scenic East Clare Way walking trail and also within easy reach of the Wild Atlantic way, the Burren national park, memorable Aran Islands, Cliffs of Moher, Doonbeg, Killkee, Loop Head, historic Lough Derg on the Shannon river and on long summer days it is possible to visit Connamara in Galway and Dingle in Kerry.
It is a joy to discover what the mid West has to offer and leave with a dream of returning another day.