County Clare Visitor Attractions

Visitor attractions around the County of Clare, each not to be missed on your holiday.

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Aillwee Cave : A show cave located near Ballyvaughan in County Clare

Bunratty Castle : A medieval castle located in Bunratty, County Clare

Burren National Park : A natural landscape located near Corofin, County Clare

Burren National Park Information Point : An information centre located in Corofin, County Clare

Caherconnell Stone Fort : A stone fort located near Carron, County Clare

Cliffs of Moher : A natural landscape attraction located near Liscannor, County Clare

Doolin Cave : A show cave located near Doolin, County Clare

Doolin Garden and Nursery : An open garden located near Doolin, County Clare

Dromore Wood : A nature reserve located near Ruan, County Clare

Dysert O Dea Castle : A medieval castle located near Corofin, County Clare

Ennis Friary : A monastic friary located in Ennis, County Clare

Kilkee Waterworld : An indoor waterworld located in Kilkee, County Clare

Killaloe Heritage Centre : A historic visitor centre located in Killaloe, County Clare

Knappogue Castle : A medieval tower house located near Quin, County Clare

Moher Hill Open Farm : An open farm located near Liscannor, County Clare

Scattery Island Centre : A monastic island located off the coast at Kilrush, County Clare

Vandeleur Walled Garden : An open walled garden located near Kilrush, County Clare

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Tom and Eileens, Castlemaine

Tom and Eileen's Farmhouse is a "home away from home" bed and breakfast nestled at the foot of the Sliabh Mish Mountains in peaceful rural surroundingsA Cead Mile Failte awaits you on arrival as you are greeted with refreshments and home baking..

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Garveys Farmhouse B&B, Dingle

Garvey's Farmhouse is located on the Slea Head route at the foot of Mount Eagle and overlooking Ventry Bay.It is an ideal base for touring the Dingle Peninsula and all it has to offer the visitor.

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The River Lee Hotel, Cork City Centre

Standing on a bend on the river just a short stroll from the city centre, the River Lee Hotel is that rare destination, a truly urban hotel, in a leafy waterside setting, with genuine warmth of service. A university town with a young and vibrant populatio



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