Burren Fine Wine & Food
Corkscrew Hill Road (N67), Co Clare
Phone: 065 7077046 / 0877633241
- Open daily for lunch and afternoon tea
- Lunch and Burren Walk packages available
- Packed lunches available
- Traditional afternoon tea for small groups and family gathering available by request
- Afternoon tea at a cost of €25 per couple includes a selection of teas, sandwiches, scones with jam & clotted cream, cakes and pasteries from display. All freshly baked daily in our kitchen
- A full traditional afternoon tea for that special occasion can be arranged from €20 per person, champagne and birthday cake available at an additional cost
Nestled between the enchanted hills of the Burren is the century old stone coach house that houses Burren Fine Wine & Food. Here you can enjoy a selection of tasty home made lunches in a relaxed informal setting or simply just soak up the tranquil atmosphere with a glass of wine or a cup of tea.
Afternoon tea is served daily from 3-4pm.
Lunch and Guided Walks Packages
Leave it all behind and come walk in the Burren. We leave nothing behind. Not even a trace. Enjoy lunch and a guided walk. Our walks are sustainable and our sustenance is healthy. We have many Vegetarian and Food Combining options on the Menu as well as range of mouth-watering homemade desserts. Where possible the ingredients used are sourced locally some from our own garden.
Traditional Irish Party Evening
Traditional Irish Party evening with food and entertainment will be organised over the summer months, pre booking advised. Story telling, music, songs, an exhibition of Irish set dancing. Guest participation welcomed.
To cyclist and walkers on a wet day we offer our outside covered in space for them to leave their bicycles or hang out their wet clothes. The motorist can park their car for the duration of their visit with us. The walk on offer is through our family farm on which we are fortunate to have a number of historic monuments, the usual farm animals and the natural Burren flora. The monuments include Glenaragh Parish Church and the remains of its parochial house, Dun Torpa a fine example of an earthen Ring Fort and a visit to Rathbourney Church.