Welcome to County Clare. We hope you have or recently had a wonderful visit to the County. The Tourism Department in Clare County Council (the authority responsible for local government in Clare) would greatly welcome your feedback on your visit. If you complete the survey you will be automatically entered into a draw for our wonderful holiday break prize (See further below). The collective feedback from this survey will help guide our future tourism plans and those of many local tourism businesses.
Thank you in advance, and the very best of luck in the draw! The survey questions only relate to your visit and will take no more than 6 minutes to complete. You can start the survey HERE or click on the panel below
Note: the survey is only open to VISITORS to Clare (either staying or day-tripping). It is NOT open to those living in Clare.
The prize, which can be taken up to December next year (2023), is a three-night break for up to 5 people sharing, staying in the Lightkeeper’s House at Loop Head Lighthouse, County Clare. It’s a spectacular setting perched within an enclosure at the tip of Loop Head. It provides 360-degree views of the sea down to Kerry Head and Dingle and across to the Cliffs of Moher. The surrounding coastline features dramatic cliffs sculpted by Atlantic storms where rock ledges, caves and the sea are home to seabirds, seals, dolphins, and other maritime animals.
The Lightkeeper’s House is warm and cosy, has a double, twin and single bedroom, oil-fired central heating, a wood-burning stove, oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. All cooking utensils, towels and linens are provided. It’s perfect for an unforgettable break!