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.
Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience, Liscannor, Co Clare
On the ground floor as you enter the Visitors' Centre the Puffin's Nest cafe provides a range of hot & cold drinks, sandwiches, homemade soup and salads as well as a host of snack and locally baked cakes. Open ecery day from 09.00am.
Main Street, Ballyvaughan, Co Clare
Our coffee shop serves a full range of freshly brewed coffee teas and hot chocolate as well as our home made organic scones and cakes that are simply delicious.
Harmony Row, Ennis, Co Clare
Brimming with character and views overlooking the river, Rowan Tree Cafe Bar is informal, relaxed and fun. The menu offers Mediterranean inspired cuisine, including salads, pizza, pasta and tapas, with an interesting selection of wines and beers. Open seven days a week from 10am to 11pm and there is a terrace for “Al Fresco” dining on those warmer days.
Kilfenora, Co Clare
The Burren Centre Tea Rooms is traditionally furnished with Liscannor Flags on the floor, pine furniture and a relaxing colour scheme. Eating out in the Burren Centre Tea Rooms provides a real treat of all that is best in traditional home made-food. A nation's diet is an important part of Ireland's history and culture and in The Burren Centre Tea Rooms you can enjoy excellent home-made fare, choice, excellent value, and the highest quality produce.