Doolin, Co Clare
This garden is designed to look very simple, but as one moves around it, you begin to find "hidden" pathways leading to other sections or mini gardens. The main thrust is two long grass runways which meet at a focal point. These are traversed by stone and gravel pathways which lead in and out of other areas. To a certain extent, you could call them show gardens as most of the plants you see are for sale in my nursery. It's good to be able to see mature plants of what you are buyin...
Doolin, Co Clare
Experience the full force of the power of the Atlantic Ocean, as it crashes into theland, and see the massive limestone blocks that have been thrown up onto the shoreline.
Doonbeg, Co Clare
Doonbeg Gallery is only open for the summer weekends of June July and August but has a wonderfully diverse range of products made by local people. Run as a co-operative venture, it is staffed by those whose items stock the shelves and you will find framed and unframed local photographs, handmade jewellery, artisan chocolates, cards and candles.
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
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.