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Located in Doolin town center, Fiddle + Bow Hotel is 2.3 mi from Doolin Cave. The property offers free WiFi and on-site parking. At the hotel, every room comes with a wardrobe. Love the breakfast that is served. The attentiveness of the staffs.
The Falls Hotel & Spa is one mile from Lehnich beach. Facilities include a gym, indoor pool, and an outdoor hot-tub overlooking the River Inagh. There are also 2 restaurants. Loved everything about our stay. Will definitely go back!
Just off the beach in Lahinch, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi, a seasonal fitness center and a pool. Lahinch championship golf course is just a 5-minute walk away. Perfect location, excellent facilities
With free Wi-Fi throughout and free parking on site, this family-run hotel is just 820 feet from the Blue Flag beach at Lahinch. The geniality of Thomas McInerney was superb and his staff followed suit.
In the heart of picturesque Lahinch, Shamrock Inn Hotel provides comfortable rooms and an inviting restaurant. Local beaches and the beautiful Clare coastline are a short walk away. Perfect location for roaming around lehinch and around county Clare .
In a perfect seaside location, family-run Atlantic Hotel offers comfortable accommodations, a 2-minute walk from picturesque Lahinch Beach. Lahinch Championship Golf Course is a 5-minute walk away. Very help staff and highly recommend.
Built in the Georgian period in 1736, Aran View Country House stands on a hill on the coast road and commands one of the finest views of the wild Clare coastline. I really liked everything about the place a nice friendly family well ran buisness on a fabulous...
In the heart of Doolin, famous for its traditional Irish music, this contemporary hotel has spacious, modern rooms. It features outdoor terraces, a restaurant and two bars and cafes. Very cosy hotel, quiet and the room we got was very spacious.
Have good shoes when u travel along the off-designated route. Be extremely careful when the off-designated route is wet and mushy. Dont stand too near the edge of cliff when taking a photo. Don’t be carried away and lose your life
It seems that arriving before 11am beats alot of the daily rush..be careful near the unguarded areas of Cliff which is Spectacular but can easily be somewhere that requires very deliberate steps around edge..Photo ops at every turn just don't back up too far.
Listen to what you are told about NOT going near the edge of the cliff; too many people taking selfies near the edge which was highly dangerous the day we were there as the winds were very strong. We used walking poles to help us along.
There are 2 parking lots for the Cliffs of Moher. One is the lot you'll get to if you take the first Parking sign coming from Liscannor (passing The Rock Shop). Very long drive on one of those narrow Irish roads. Eventually you can park at a house and pay 2 Euros and then walk a bit, climbing over walls (there's steps) to reach the Cliffs. The second lot is a bit further down the road, costs 6 euros per adult and is where the more tourist-y area is (shops, bathrooms, the tower, etc). This part stops charging when the shops close at 6pm but you can still park there (for free) and walk to see the Cliffs (just not enter shops, tower, etc). We hoped to catch the sunset but it was too cloudy. We hear seeing a sunset at the Cliffs is magical.
Tried to visit in late afternoon but visibility was poor. Our hostess suggested viewing later that night if clear (car parking collectors are gone but you can still access car park for free). We ended up visiting early next morning as we were wake early, 5.30am visit. No parking fees but best of all no crowds and views were clear.
It was a great location for tourists who want to see of the Cliffs of Moher, with a great sunrise view, and amazing innkeepers. They were extremely accomadating and the breakfast they whip up is outstanding. The pub inside was perfect as well as the other two pubs next door. Everything you would imagine staying at an inn in the Irish countryside. I highly recommend this location and my wife and I intend on coming back in the near future.
Overall the hotel totally exceeded our expectations, we had a long day of driving from Galway down to the Cliffs of Moher and were pleasantly surprised at how nice the hotel was. We ate downstairs in the restaurant and the food was amazing, get the Seafood Chowder and the Fish n' Chips, you won't be upset!