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Loop Head Hotel is located in Kilrush and has a bar and a terrace. The hotel features family rooms. Guests at the hotel can enjoy a continental breakfast. Close to sea very homely. Good breakfast. Very peaceful beautiful to hear the sea so relaxing
Located in Kilrush, Amici Bistro & Accommodations offers accommodations with free WiFi and a shared lounge. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. Comfortable with excellent bathroom.. host was great and very helpful
On Ireland’s west coast, Buggle's Pub and Accommodations offers en suite accommodations in Kilrush. We enjoyed our stay at the Buggle’s bnb so much! The room was very large and very clean, very comfortable beds. The heating was on which was much needed on a cold evening we arrived and the room stayed nice and toasty all night. The breakfast was plentiful and delicious and very filling! The lady who looked after us was truly lovely and so helpful with everything and also with giving tips at what to do in the area and a bit about the local history was very interesting too! The location was perfect as well, everything so close. We highly recommend it, and hoping to be back again in summer months!
The Merchant's House is located in Kilrush. The property is 7 miles from Kilkee. The apartment is composed of 2 bedrooms, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and 2 bathrooms. The Merchant's House is an apartment in beautifully-restored Georgian townhouse in the centre of Kilrush, full of charming furniture and pictures in a super location. It's cosy and comfortable and well-equipped throughout with plenty of storage. The owner and his family are great, really welcoming and helpful. We stayed here for ten days and could easily have stayed longer, it just felt like home.
Ferry Lodge Cottage, Kilrush is located in Kilrush. The property is 7 miles from Kilkee and free private parking is offered. It was self catering, but the location was ideal just off the marina only a five minute walk to the town of Kilrush, with its shops, restaurant and Pubs and a central base for touring through the wild Atlantic way in the west of Ireland
Off the beaten path, we all LOVED Kilrush. If you are looking for a true Irish village that few travelers visit, this is the place. It is quaint, and quite, but we had fun shopping and hanging with the locals at the pubs. Everyone was friendly and welcoming. We scored some good shopping without a tourist markup, since they do not get too many many, and ate great food. I would absolutely recommend staying in Kilrush and taking the Shannon Ferry to County Kerry for the shortcut route to Dingle. It is absolutely Charming and a step back in time.
Good stopover for 1 night before we caught the Shannon ferry the following morning. Pub meal at Crottys Pub was okay - not a lot of variety but okay for a quick meal. Parking available in the street for free which was handy.
A good hub from which to tour the area. The trip to Scattery Island is well worthwhile. Good road network for visiting other sights in the vicinity. While there are quite a few take-aways, our greatest disappointment was the shortage of good restaurants in the town.
A town steeped in history from the time of Ireland governed by English lords. The local council and community have invested in presented this market town with the visitor in mind. Don't leave town without a visit to a great pub named Buggles !!
Kilrush town is interesting. Many places to visit in the area. The cliffs in Kilkee are spectacular and our best meal was in the Kilkee golf club. One could spend many hours in the Van deleur Gardens and café.The Loop Head area is so scenic it is worth spending time there -- we came across the'Monument to the Yellow Men' as well as many great coastal features. The whole area presents a view of rich farmland in a beautiful tranquil setting.
A market town in West Clare, it has now some excellent visitor experiences in the Scattery Island boat tour and the Vandeleur walled gardens as well as relaxing walks and pub experiences (Buggles in particular, an authentic old Irish bar). The town was severely impacted during the Famine in the mid 19th century and is actually now less than half the size it was back then when river trade was huge. The old harbour is now an excellent marina.
The Merchant's House is an apartment in beautifully-restored Georgian townhouse in the centre of Kilrush, full of charming furniture and pictures in a super location. It's cosy and comfortable and well-equipped throughout with plenty of storage. The owner and his family are great, really welcoming and helpful. We stayed here for ten days and could easily have stayed longer, it just felt like home.
It was self catering, but the location was ideal just off the marina only a five minute walk to the town of Kilrush, with its shops, restaurant and Pubs and a central base for touring through the wild Atlantic way in the west of Ireland
Staff was very nice. She was very welcoming us, kind and had good chat with her. There is a local pub right beside the accommodation which was very lovely. There is a grocery shop nearby and can see the city on foot.
A wonderfull warm welcome. A very traditional pub with B&B in the heart of Kilrush. Lovely room and a very good breakfast with first class local ingredients. Loads of helpful advice on what to see and do.
The room was lovely and very clean. I felt it was cleaner the most hotels I have stayed in.