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Hazelwood Lodge is a sustainable bed and breakfast in Ballyvaughan where guests can make the most of its garden and shared lounge.
Hazelwood was the kind of b&b I wished for. Victor was a lovely host, so kind and helpful. All rooms are very nice and clean. The view is gorgeous! And the breakfast was delicious! Would stay there over and over again!
In County Clare’s Burren district, Ballyvaughan Cottages are just 6 minutes’ drive from Aillwee Cave, on the southern shore of Galway Bay. These 3-bedroom cottages offer free on-site parking.
Great location next to the water and an awesome restaurant (Monks) for our weekend near the Burren and Cliffs of Moher. We really apreciated that it was dog friendly and had nice spaces for the dogs out front and out back. Finding the place was a bit difficult as there are multiple cottages and we arrived late at night but once we found it we were home and very impressed with how spacious and well stocked it was.
Located on the edge of Galway Bay, Fanore Holiday Cottages overlook the Atlantic Ocean and are a 10-minute walk from Fanore’s beautiful sandy beach.
Exactly as seen in the images. peaceful getaway for our family, Anne was a great host, will definitely be staying again, hopefully with less rain :) kids lived the fireplace, being from the city, it’s not something we see every day.
Barrymor Twin, Family and Double Room enjoys a location in Ballyvaughan, 18 miles from Cliffs of Moher and 30 miles from Galway Greyhound Stadium. Guests can enjoy garden views.
I liked the room and the table with the coffee and tea in the entrance. The kids loved the dog he is so friendly.
Monks Ballyvaughan in Ballyvaughan provides accommodations with a bar and a shared lounge. This guest house provides free private parking and an elevator.
The property was very clean and tidy, and recently renovated the staff were a fantastic, food fantastic, and a very friendly environment ￼
Located in Newtown, 5 minutes’ drive from Ballyvaughan and Galway Bay, The Waters Country House features over 40 acres of farmland at the foot of the Burren Hills.
Unforgettable experience! Surrounding area is very calm and beautiful (btw there is a very good fish restaurant in the nearby sea village). The house is more like a castle or a palace with rich, aristocratic interior full of history. Moreover, and it's a little bit of a spoiler, there is a water spring inside! The room we stayed in was also quite unique. This accomodation is very thoughtful, relaxing and inspiring.
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Galway Bay and the Burren countryside, Drumcreehy Country House B&B is located less than 1.2 mi from Ballyvaughan.
Allowed the dogs in the room. There's a pic album of the dogs that visit in the lobby. Fantastic breakfast. Get the porridge with the fruit and the bacon with poached egg.
In beautiful North Clare, with views of the Burren Hills, Cappabhaile House offers spacious bedrooms and traditional Irish breakfasts. There is also free parking and free Wi-Fi.
We had a wonderful stay here because the hosts and the house are so welcoming. It does feel like coming home in the evening. The breakfasts are lovingly prepared with fresh tasty ingredients and are offered with generous portions.
Very little choice of places to eat or have a coffee. Tea rooms not open at 11am on Thursday as suggested. Had a fab dinner at Monks and on a return visit next morning at 1130am had great tea n scones in front of blazing stove. Superb.
The hosts were very friendly right from greeting us upon arrival and giving us tips to serving us breakfast before we left. The full Irish breakfast was very good. We had dinner before arriving in Ballyvaughan, and only stayed for one night. We had a car, so it was easy for us to drive into the town centre from there. We would stay there again. We were given tips of sites to see when we left, and one we were glad not to miss was the Poulnabrone Portal tomb.
We only were able to stay one night. It was a great launch pad for visiting the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. The people were friendly, the food was great and the pub was fun with local, live music! We recommend it!
The Clare Way is a nice way for walkers. There are at least two good places to eat out. Some side roads are in a poor state of repair. Clare County Council need to fill the pot holes and try and keep the roads in decent repair. This includes some access routes to this property.
A beautiful traditional Irish village with all you need for a comfortable varied stay in Ireland. Situated between the stunning Burren and the cliffs off the Atlantic Ocean, and nestled on the south side of Galway Bay, Ballyvaughan is ideally located. There are a lot of places to visit in the area. You can swim in the bay or on the nearby Bishop's Quarter beach. In Summer or Winter there are lovely places to visit and in Ballyvaughan alone, the fabulous Monk's seafood restaurant is a great spot with super friendly staff, a warm welcome and really fabulous food. I cannot wait to go back to Ballyvaughan!
there was a Match-making Festival happening in September in nearby villages of west of ireland, named biggest party for singles in the world. this was the best accommodation in terms of crowd-avoidance and distance from local attractions. we could have stayed little longer...