Dysert, Corofin, Co Clare
Built in a rocky outcrop this tower house was bulit in 1480 by Diarmuid O'Dea. It was badly damanged by the Cromwellians in 1651 but was repaired and opened to the public as an Archaeology Centre in 1986. Today it features an extensive museum, tea room and book shop.
The Promenade, Lahinch, Co Clare
Leave the buckets and spades on the beach while you pop up to Greens for your picnic in a bag! Treat yourself to a cappuccino or a refreshing smoothie to go!
15 Merchants Square, Ennis, Co Clare
JD's is a relaxing and informal bistro serving delicious breakfast lunch and evening meals. They also offer the client a range of take away sandwiches and rolls to take away. To quench that thirst JD's serve a varierty of teas and coffees as you watch the world go by from the window seat
New Quay, The Burren, Co Clare
Linnalla ice-cream parlour and cafe serves 16 different types of ice-cream which is made on the surrounding farm. With stunning views of Galway Bay.
glór, Causeway Link, Ennis, Co Clare
Nolan and Lambe, serving your favourite gourmet coffees and teas, homemade scones, cakes, soups, sandwiches and hot food, made with ingredients sourced from local producers, and served in a relaxed and spacious environment.