In June 2018, seventeen members of the Lally and Masse clan from the United States stepped into the Roadside Tavern for refreshments. Now, Ireland is well known for its warm hospitality and …Read More >>
Natures Child Trail
Satisfy your families hunger for nature on this fun-filled family trail. Meet animals, eat ice cream on the beach, ride the zip wire, connect with the landscape and each other while enjoying tasty local produce with hidden vegetables!!!
The Burren Nature Sanctuary Explore the fairy woodland, meet Cookie the donkey and Frisky the goat on this magical Burren farm. Relax in the café – fish cakes, savoury scone, organic salads, great coffee. No fizz no fry – all vegetables hidden! Avoca shop. All weather adventure play.
T. +353 (0)91 637 444 W. www.bns.ie Location: Cloonasee, Kinvara, Co. Galway Open: 10-6 daily
Linnalla Ice Cream Walk the famous Flaggy Shore on your way to Linnalla Ice Cream Café. Take in the stunning views of the Burren. The sea air will whet your appetite for the artisan ice cream produced on this traditional dairy farm.
T. +353 (0)87 785 7569 W. www.linnalla.ie Location: New Quay, Burren, Co. Clare Open: 11am-7pm (May-October). November-April W/E noon-6pm
Doolin Cave Café The perfect lunch stop that combines local food with an opportunity to explore the underground and over ground of the Burren. Follow the Doolin Cave Nature Trail through wildflower meadows and meet the rare breeds of cattle, pygmy goats, Soay and Jacob sheep along with the ducks and chickens.
T. +353 (0)65 707 5761 W. www.doolincave.ie Location: Doolin Cave, Doolin, Co. Clare Open: 10am-5pm (April-October)
Stonecutters Kitchen Catering for families with home-cooked fresh food. The award-wining family run bistro is set in a 100 year old traditionally built stone cottage boasting views of the Atlantic and a playground to keep the young explorers entertained.
T. +353 (0)65 707 5962 W. www.stonecutterskitchen.com Location: Cliffs of Moher Road, (R478) Doolin, Co. Clare Open: 11am – 9.30pm high season; 12pm – 8pm mid season; 12.30pm-6pm low season; (Easter-end October)
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1. In 1976, hundreds of animal bones were discovered in Aillwee Cave when it was first developed as a tourist site. Botanist Brian Ottway of University College Galway collected these …Read More >>
Benefits of Meditating in the Magnificent Burren Outdoors The Dalai Lama once said: “If every 8-year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within …Read More >>
Here you are now. You have booked your transport and accomodation to west Clare. You have gotten your days off and you’re planning your holiday and hoping for some adventures …Read More >>