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Bunratty, Co. Clare
  • Bed and Breakfast
Innisfree B&B is a beautiful, spacious, dormer bungalow with garden located just one kilometre from the historic village of Bunratty in County Clare.

Just one kilometre from the lively and historic village of Bunratty, Innisfree B&B is a country home with gardens and a beautiful dining room in the conservatory. Here, each bedroom comes ensuite and features TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, and electric blankets. For added convenience, all bedrooms are located on the ground floor. Innisfree also offers a special rate for bed only accommodation.

Guests are invited to take advantage of the beautifully decorated sitting room that offers magnificent views and an open fireplace. Spacious parking can also be found in the grounds.

An extensive and filling breakfast is provided each morning to set guests up for a long day touring and travelling the area.

This superb country home is within short walking distance from Bunratty Castle and Folk Park that offers recreations of a medieval banquet twinned with traditional Irish music. The hosts will be happy to book this for you ensuring a night of fun and great food.

In addition, an ample amount of activities and things to see lie nearby, such as the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher (one hour, ten minutes by car), The Burren (one hour away), and the impressive King John’s Castle in Limerick.

If you’re interested in angling, the coastal town of Doolin (which overlooks the vast Atlantic ocean) is under an hour drive from the house. The property is 10 mins from Shannon golf club and Dromoland Golf Club.

Those traveling to or from the area by air will be happy to know that Shannon Airport is just ten minutes away by car.

Your Host: Mrs Imelda McCarthy

Innisfree B&B comes recommended by the following guide: Frommers

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Contact details
Low Road, ,Bunratty,Co Clare,Republic of Ireland
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