Cratloe, Co Clare
Cratloe Woods House dates back to the 17th century and it is the only remaining lived in Irish longhouse. The house is immersed in history and features curios and works of art. The yard has horse drawn farm machinery and a pets corner. Group bookings are welcome in the low season.
Ruan, Co Clare
Dromore Woods are located in the South Eastern part of the Burren region in Co. Clare. The reserve is approximately 400 hectares. It is owned by the state and it acquired recognition as a nature reserve in 1985 because of it's richness in flora and fauna.
Dysert O Dea, Corofin, Co Clare
Typical 15th century Irish tower house, situated on the periphery of the Burren It is 500 km off the R476 & 6km from Ennis The home of the O’Dea chiefs until 1692 was the scene of many sieges by Cromwellian forces
St Cronan's Church, Tuamgraney, Co Clare
The East Clare Heritage Centre is based in the oldest church in Ireland in continuous use. It is now a tourist information point and local museum open to the public.
Ennis Friary Visitor Centre, Lower Abbey Street, Ennis, Co Clare
Walk in the footsteps of the Franciscans and experience a visit to a medieval building going back to the 13th century. Find out how Ennis got its name and hear the story of why and how the Royal O'Briens, Kings of Thomond chose this site for the friars.