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Burren Fine Wine & Food
Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
Burren Fine Wine & Food is a charming little restaurant in an idyllic location, serving locally produced home cooked food daily. It is situated south of Ballyvaughan Village on the Corkscrew Hill Road N67 with good parking facilities.

Nestled between the enchanted Hills of the Burren is the century old stone coach house that houses Burren Fine Wine & Food situated on the grounds of the former parochial house of Glenaragh Church in County Clare.

It is open May to September and specialising in summer lunches, afternoon tea, guided eco walks and cycles, quality wines, gourmet hampers and corporate gifts for all occasions, dedicated to those who appreciate the finer things in life.

Good wine and simple food served in a contemporary way is the ethos behind this charming little casual daytime restaurant. Serving food and of course wine in a beautifully restored 1795 building, steeped in history and full of charm, dining either indoors or outdoor is one of the ultimate rural Ireland experiences. Fresh local produce is lovingly prepared and served with good old style hospitality in idyllic settings, relaxed, quiet, peaceful and often described as a little oasis.

Cathleen personally sources the wines from small independent European growers who are dedicated to producing good quality wines using traditional methods and respecting the land on which the vines grow. Burren Fine Wine & Food is a member of the Burren Eco Tourism Network Group. An innovative network of tourism enterprises, which champions sustainable ethos and practice, helping to preserve the natural environment, enhance the visitor experience and sustain the culture and economy of the local community.

Contact details
Corkscrewhill Road, Croagh North, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, H91 WY94, Ireland
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