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Glocca Morra B&B Star Rating 4        

When visiting Ogonnelloe, Glocca Morra B&B is a great choice to consider. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby kayaking and scuba diving, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and cooked-to-order breakfast daily between 8 AM and 10 AM. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer LCD TVs and DVD players.
Bunratty Arms B&B Star Rating 3        

Situated 1.5 miles from Bunratty Castle and 10 minutes' drive from Shannon airport, Bunratty Arms B&B offer home-made scones and tea on arrival. Guests can enjoy full Irish breakfasts and orthopaedic beds in the rooms.
Shannon Court Hotel Star Rating 3        

This straightforward low-rise hotel is 7 km from both Shannon Airport and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park. Understated rooms feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family rooms sleep up to 4 people.
Park Inn by Radisson Shannon Airport Star Rating 3        
Shannon Airport

This relaxed airport hotel is 2 km from Shannon Airport and 13 km from Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, a medieval and Victorian historical attraction. The bright, airy rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities; some have minifridges. Family rooms sleep up to 4 people.
Gallows View Star Rating 4        
Low Road

Gallows View is ideally positioned in peaceful surrounds in Bunratty, just a short drive from Limerick and Ennis. It is conveniently located for guests wanting to discover the area's attractions.Gallows View B&B Bunratty offers wireless internet, as well as a garden for guests to unwind in.
Briar Lodge B&B        
Hill Road

Briar Lodge B&B is ideally positioned in a peaceful setting in Bunratty, a short drive from Dromoland Castle and Dromoland. It is conveniently located for guests wanting to visit local attractions.There are 5 rooms at the hotel, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
St.Patrick's B&B Star Rating 3        
Naughaval, Doora

St Patrick's B&B is perfectly placed in a peaceful village setting, just a short drive from The Burren and Dromoland Castle. It also provides a ticket service, a tour desk and babysitting/child services.St Patrick's B&B has 3 rooms, all of which are filled with a variety of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Highbury House        
Ballymorris,Cratloe County

Located a brief drive from the Bunratty Castle, Highbury House offers unique accommodation in Cratloe.There are 4 unique rooms at the hotel, each providing all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.Highbury House offers breakfast every morning that guests can enjoy before heading out to explore the surrounding region.
Gregans Castle Hotel Star Rating 4        
The Burren

Set in an 18th-century manor house on landscaped gardens, this elegant hotel is 5.3 km from Ballyvaughan, and 5.6 km from Aillwee Cave.
Treacys West County Conference and Leisure Centre Star Rating 3        
Clare Road

Comfortable and elegant, the West is well regarded for its convenience Situated just outside the beautiful picturesque town of Ennis, The west county hotel is an ideal base to explore all that Ennis and the mid west has to offer. With its many charming and historic features, the Clare region makes for a wonderfully relaxing but yet activity filled holiday, from wind surfing in Lahinch to a pleasant day shopping followed by lunch in charming Ennis town centre. The Lynch Hotel group prides itself on its high standards of service and traditional hospitality, which you will immediately experience when you enter into Hotels newly refurbished lobby area in the West County Hotel, designed with space and comfort in mind, you just need to relax and allow Hotels friendly and professional staff to assist to your every need.
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Wedged between Kerry and Galway, County Clare is home to one of Ireland's most charming regions - The Burren. A large sweep of limestone rock in the north of the county, the Burren boasts a wealth of fine monuments, castles and rare flowers, as well as a selection of fascinating walks.

Clare's principal town is Ennis, a busy market centre on the River Fergus. Its famous narrow streets are dotted with a host of unusual shops, bars and restaurants. The town is regarded as the heartland of Irish music, so look out for its nightly sessions, as well as some very lively annual festivals. Ennis also makes an ideal base for touring around County Clare.

Villages such as Ennistymon, Doolin and Ballyvaughan are especially popular, each boasting its own unique charm. Doolin attracts music lovers and backpackers from all over and makes an excellent base for exploring the Burren. Ferries also leave for the Aran Islands from here. Ballyvaughan on the other hand is a small, picturesque fishing village that has become popular as a weekend seaside retreat.

Just north of Lahinch on the coast of West Clare, are the Cliffs of Moher. One of Europe's outstanding coastal features, where the giant, rugged coastline rises to 215m of sheer and stretch for almost 8km.