Doonegore castle, County Clare, Ireland
Doonegore castle

County Clare

County Clare is a must-see when in Ireland. Considered by many to be the home of Irish music as well as the moonscapes of The Burren, Lough Derg and the Cliffs of Moher, it has lots to offer.
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Dromoland Golf and Country Club

Local Tip Just a 10 minute drive from Ennis Dromoland is a beautiful parkland course. Bring your big clubs this is a long course.

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Pier 17 Restaurant

Local Tip A great place to dine the night before you leave as it is just 5 minutes from the airport.

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Cracking Easter

Cracking Easter

20 Apr - 21 Apr

Top Visitor Attractions Promise ‘Cracking’ Easter Events Eggs-tra value as family ticket valid for two major events this Easter A feast of family fun is planned at two top Co. Clare visitor attractions this Easter. Craggaunowen and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park are planning cracking Easter entertainment for all the family to... more »

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Aran View Country House Hotel

An elegant Georgian hotel situated in the wilderness of Doolin with spectacular views of the landscape and seas. more »

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Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquets

Bunratty Castle plays host to medieval banquets throughout the year, where guests are treated to an evening of fantastic entertainment by the world famous Bunratty singers and a sumptuous meal. more »

County Clare Photos

St. Brendan's Boat, Craggaunowen, Quin

St. Brendan's Boat, Craggaunowen, Quin

Cottage, Spanish Point

Cottage, Spanish Point

Tulla Co. Clare

Tulla Co. Clare

O'Connell Monument. Photo A. O'Loughlin

O'Connell Monument. Photo A. O'Loughlin

The Burren

The Burren

Maura and Áine O'Connell, Ennis

Maura and Áine O'Connell, Ennis

The Beach at Kilkee

The Beach at Kilkee

Abbey Tavern Quin

Abbey Tavern Quin

Crannóg Quin

Crannóg Quin

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