Enjoy from the coffee dock the finest barista premium coffee, locally baked goods and their artisan Cliffs of Moher Fudge made on the premises. Take some time on the Wild Atlantic Way on the viewing terrace to enjoy the panoramic spectacular views over the owner's family farm, looking out over Liscannor Bay with views of Lahinch beach and all the way to the Kerry mountains. Just spectacular.
Owners Kevin and Caitriona Considine also run their family-owned pub Considine’s Bar which has been in operation on the Considine family farm at St. Brigid’s Well, beside the Cliffs of Moher, since 1868. Historically it was both a country shop and pub but more recent times it remains a pub. Now run by the 4th generation of the Considine family, Kevin and Caitriona Considine, and together they are working to keep the pub growing with the times but staying faithful to its heritage. To that end in 2016 they set about converting an old farm cottage beside the family home, used previously to milk their cows and feed their pigs.
Keen as they are to bring back the shop that once was to St. Brigid’s Well and the Cliffs of Moher. And so, in Spring 2017 Moher Cottage arrived.