You are welcome to Bunratty Arms A purpose-built luxurious Bed and Breakfast.
For peace and tranquillity in comfortable surroundings and hospitality, stay at Bunratty Arms B&B,
Nestled in the picturesque countryside, Bunratty Arms is perfectly positioned for you to use as a base for exploring the treasures of County Clare.
Bunratty Arms has a superb location. As its name suggests, it is 3 minutes drive from the famous 15th century historic village of Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Durty Nellies pub, Bunratty Village mills, Pubs and restaurants.
The B&B is just a 5-minute drive from Dromoland Castle and a 15 minute drive from Knappogue Castle. A 12-minute drive will get you to Shannon International Airport and a 20 minute drive to both Ennis town and Limerick city.
A warm welcome awaits you.
Bunratty Arms has five guestrooms one room has a double bed, one room a king-size bed, two rooms with a queen and single bed. All guestrooms have their own ensuite equipped with a hairdryer clock radio T.V tea and coffee making facilities Orthopaedic beds crisp cottons and linens face flannels, after a peaceful night’s sleep, you can awake in the morning to a hearty breakfast that is sure to set you up for the day.
Spacious gardens for guests to relax in read a book, or just listen to the birds, kick football or have a snack.
There is a BBQ area if you would like to bring your own dinner and cook to your heart's content
We have a private car park in front of the house and facilities include T.V. Lounge, non-smoking bedrooms, high chair and cot available.
Bunratty Castle and folk park is about 25 minutes walk where you could easily spend a full day walking the grounds of the Castle and folk park, shopping in the Blarney woollen mills, Lunch at Durty Nellies, and maybe spend the evening at the mid evil dinner in the Castle or the Irish night in the barn (a night to remember).
The lovely Village of Sixmilebridge is about 5km away, there are seven pubs and four restaurants, laundry service, fishing tackle shop, clothes shops and lots to see in the village.
Craggaunowen is within a 15min drive, located near Quinn, Co. Clare. There is no doubt that Craggaunowen project is one of the most unique of its kind and is well worth visiting to see the past coming to life.
Craggaunowen, 'The Living Past' tells the story of the arrival of the Celts in Ireland and the many changes they wrought upon daily life. Their impact is evidenced in the creation of new tribal lake dwellings, farming and hunting methods which are explained by the costumed animators.
Knappogue Castle, is in Quinn Village, 10 miles from Limerick City, 13 miles from Ennis.
The Cliffs of Moher and the Aillwee Caves are about 1 hour drive.