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In charming Ballyvaughan, The Wild Atlantic Lodge is a family-run hotel with a bar. The picturesque County Clare coastline and the Cliffs of Moher are nearby. This was top class accommodation,the room was massive and the bathroom was also huge. Great for a family of 4 or 5. The food was beautiful and the location was also good. Would definitely go back again .
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. We had a great time here. The house itself is massive and it has the most beautiful decor I have ever seen in any place I have ever stayed. The room was cosy and beautifully decorated. There was a bar which you could help yourself to which was amazing. There is also a well with fresh running water. They had seating areas and a lovely selection of books. Breakfast in the morning was so tasty. There is a large balcony area outside with fabulous views. Wolfgang and Maria were very welcoming. It is an absolute gem of a place. It was like stepping into a fairlytale ❤️ I couldn't recommend it enough. I can't wait to stay again. Thank you.
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. Top rate family suite. Superb breakfast. Very helpful and friendly hosts. Excellent location - very close to Fenore Beach (blue flag with on-duty lifeguards), Alwee Cave and The Burren.
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 and 4-bedroom cottages offer free on-site parking. Ballyvaughan is beautiful. and so is the whole burren area. The house is central to explore the Clare/Galway region.The seafood at the monks on the pier was delicious.
Located in Ballyvaughan, Hazelwood Lodge offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden. The room was great, large and comfortable, with all the facilities you could need. The breakfast was excellent with a good choice if options. The staff were very friendly and helpful and knowledgeable of the area.
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Galway Bay and the Burren countryside, Drumcreehy Country House B&B is located less than 1.2 mi from Ballyvaughan. We had a lovely stay at Drumcreehy Country House in July 2021. This was our first overnight trip during Covid and we felt very assured that all necessary precautions were being taken to make guests feel comfortable and at ease. Our room was cozy and quaint with a window overlooking one of the fabulous hills in the Burren. The house was decorated very nicely throughout; our hosts Bernadette and Armin provided a very welcome experience. Breakfast was a highlight - guests were asked to select their preferences and time on a form the evening before which made things easy. There was also a lounge in the evening where guests could bring in takeaway food from the nearby restaurants to eat indoors as indoor dining was not available at this time. All in all our stay in the beautiful surroundings of the Burren landscape at Drumcreehy house was brilliant and we highly recommend it to anyone. The location is a short 2 minute drive from the village of Ballyvaughan - it overlooks the bay on one side with the hills behind you. It is an excellent base from which to explore the area and you will be well looked after by Bernadette.
Located in Ballyvaughan and only 2.7 miles from Aillwee Cave, Hazelwood Cottage has accommodations with garden views, free WiFi and free private parking. The property has mountain views. We had a lovely stay at Hazelwood Cottage. It is such a beautiful house and was perfect for our weekend away. The house had everything we needed and plenty of space to relax. There is so much to do in the surrounding area and Hazelwood Cottage was the perfect base to explore from.
honestly ,it is a beautiful part of the country but there is very little to do in the town itself ,we had to go to other towns/villages for stuff to do if we just stayed in Ballvaughan ,we would have been very bored .
Ballyvaughan is a lovely village from which to explore the Burren area. The town has a few nice eateries and serves as a good base to venture further. There are great views in and around the village as well which make it a nice place to stay when traveling in the area.
Ballyvaughan is lovely - a real gem. It's a small, pretty, well-maintained town, a short drive from the main Burren sights, with stunning views from the pier. Great food and hospitality at Hylands Burren Hotel (a perfect spot for our stay).
The town is small and does not cater for tourists during the holiday season very well. Some places don’t open on a Monday. There was no where to eat with the exception of Monks which was delicious- go there if you are passing through this town. They were the only ones willing to help cater for tourists left with no where to eat. We only had to wait 15 minutes and they got us a seat. Ballyvaughan is not somewhere to stay a long time in as not much to do.
A lovely little place, ideal to relax, but with a few things to see and visit, like the Birds of Prey Centre and Aillwee cave, the Sheep dog demonstrations and the pier. A few restaurants and cafés in town, and the Farmer's market on the Saturday was lovely, too! Also ideal for hikes and walks. Highly recommend for couples or family trips, but also for single people in search of peace and Nature.
Do not stay in this hotel. It is not a hotel but the bain of arrogant, rude, belligerent old man who has no interest in the Hotel industry only in robbing the people unfortunate enough to believe the pretty pictures on the site. No Bar or Restaurant and Its disheveled rundown appearance does not match the pictures on the site. Avoid this place at all costs. Kevin the owner im sure trained Basil Faulty in hotel operations only i can assure you Basil Faulty ran his hotel better than this Gobshite.
The drive up to waters is a lovely rural Ireland back road with beautiful views everywhere of what co Clare is all about the house is beautiful Wolfgang and his family are so nice and friendly they had everything to deal with this covid19 pandemic the grounds of the house is amazing had a wonderful weekend and staying in waters made it even more enjoyable
The House lies in a beautiful and peaceful garden, 10 minutes from the village of Ballyvaughan. Everything from the service to the rooms to the very nice living room is taken care of in every little details. We had a very good staying!
Location was great for exploring the Burren and was my first time staying near Ballyvaughan. We had fantastic weather and the Burren was brilliant. Fantastic food and service in Monks on the pier.
Good location and very nice family-run operation. Our room was large and felt like an updated hotel room. Absolutely fantastic breakfast made to order! Easy parking right in front.
We really enjoyed our stay here - our hosts were so kind and friendly and made us feel very welcome. Excellent location close to Ballyvaughan. Highly recommend.
Beautiful house with water views, easy access to restaurants and the Burren attractions. Hostess and staff very accommodating.
Breakfast was lovely but was disappointed it wasn’t included in the price of hotel. Dinner good and cleanliness very good
Location is very good: well situated for visiting Lahinch, Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Fanore and Ballyvaughan.
Breakfast was great the owners were so nice and friendly you just don’t get this kind of service in a hotel
Hotel was quiet, food and service was great