Considine’s Bar, the nearest pub to the Cliffs of Moher with one of the best views on the Wild Atlantic Way!
In the Considine family for generations, Considine’s Bar is truly a hidden gem in County Clare. The traditional pub is on the family farm, on the Wild Atlantic Way and beside the Cliffs of Moher. It is blessed to have unrivaled views over Lahinch beach, Liscannor Bay, Mount Callan and the Kerry Mountains. A serene and peaceful stop off for those touring North Clare.
Now serving fresh made to order stonebaked pizzas, the perfect stop when visiting the Cliffs of Moher especially at sunset.
Over the generations Considine’s Bar is renowned in the area as serving one of the best Irish Coffee in Ireland. Walk-ins welcome; good for groups or parties, takeaway and outdoor seating!
Passed down through the family for generations, Considine’s Bar is steeped in history and it’s friendly welcome from Kevin and Caitriona Considine will ensure you feel instantly at home.
Considine’s Bar is the perfect stop on a tour of Clare and the Wild Atlantic Way. There is nothing more enjoyable than sitting in front of the pub, in the sunshine, sipping on either its famously good Guinness or its renowned Irish Coffee’s or a freshly made pizza to your liking and watching the magnificent vista to Lahinch and Liscannor Bay.
The views are breathtaking and will have you longing to return again and again.