Expect a friendly welcome! This century old establishment is well-located in Lisdoonvarna’s town centre – adjacent to the pubs and restaurants.
The rooms offer you comfort and cleanliness and all are en suite – while the double and twin rooms all have a TV. The single rooms provide a quiet resting place for those travelling alone.
Irish breakfast is served in the spacious dining room with a choice of juices, cereals and hot options. Local produce is used where possible and brown soda bread is baked daily. Guests may use the peaceful garden and free car park. There is also an art studio at the rear of the house which may be used by artists or those exploring the Burren on foot or by bike.
Lisdoonvarna is a wonderful centre for visiting the Cliffs of Moher, The Aran Islands and surrounding rockscapes of North Clare. The amazing, underground world may be investigated at the Doolin or Aillwee caves while numerous archaeological and historical sites are scattered throughout County Clare – the most notable being Poulnabrone Dolmen just a short drive away. Some of the country’s finest beaches along the Wild Atlantic Way are also easily accessed.