Cullinan”s Seafood Restaurant and Guesthouse is located in the heart of Doolin, overlooking the Aille River and within walking distance of all amenities and pubs where you will find the best of traditional Irish music sessions nightly.
Whether youre planning your first stay on the west coast of Ireland or are living here – you’ll find the guesthouse offers everything you could want. Chef/Owner James and his wife Carol set up business in 1994 and since then have earned many prestigious awards for both the restaurant and guesthouse – the most recent being AA Ireland Guesthouse of the Year award 2015. They have achieved two AA rosettes for culinary excellence in 2015 and are also recommended in the Michelin Guide, Bridgestone Guide and Lonely Planet.
All bedrooms are spacious and are en suite – with flat screen TVs, tea/coffee, power showers, free parking and free WiFi.
Cullinan’s Seafood Restaurant specialises in locally caught seafood and also offers a choice of steak, chicken, lamb and vegetarian dishes. An a la carte menu is offered as well as a special selection early bird menu. Fresh and local is a theme that runs through James’ menus – such as Doolin Crab tian, pan-seared plump scallops, silky cauliflower and coconut puree, chorizo oil and pancetta crumb.
The guesthouse is situated in the centre of Doolin across the road from Fitzpatricks bar at the junction between the R479 and the R459
Cullinan’s Restaurant opens for the season Easter weekend and closes October bank holiday weekend. Dinner is served from 6 to 9 pm daily – closed Wednesday and Sunday evenings throughout the season (except bank holiday weekends).