Feakle, County Clare

Feakle - an Fhiacail - The Tooth

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Location of Feakle

Feakle Village is located in the West of Ireland in County Clare. The area is known for it's stunning lakes and scenery.


History of Feakle

Brian Merriman who was an Irish language poet and teacher is associated with the area. His work, The Midnight Court, was written with Feakle as its location. He chose to be buried in Feakle where he had spent many years of his life.

Feakle Visitor Attractions

Feakle Festivals

August   Feakle International Traditional Music Festival  -  Feakle

Transport

Aeroplane:Shannon Airport is the closest airport to Feakle Village - 48km. Click here for details on Irish Airports.
Train:A train service operates to Ennis Town (30km from Feakle). Timetables can be viewed by logging onto Irish Rail web site
Bus:A bus service operates between Ennis - Feakle - Scarriff. The bus stop is located outside the community office in Feakle. Timetables can be viewed by logging onto Bus Eireann web site
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