Visit and stay in our self catering holiday homes in Clare

Why Visit County Clare?

Clare is a County of outstanding beauty, located on the West Coast of Ireland and on the Wild Atlantic Way. Our self-catering accommodation in County Clare can be enjoyed by everyone as there is much to do and see in the many towns and villages of Clare including Ennis, Bunratty, Ennistymon, Killaloe and also the popular seaside resorts of Lahinch and Kilkee.

County Clare is home to the World Famous Cliffs of Moher, Burren National Park and the Award Winning Loop Head Peninsula. Relax Ireland offers self-catering accommodation throughout County Clare that is suitable for all your family needs.

Why visit County Clare?

Clare is a County of outstanding beauty, located on the West Coast of Ireland and on the Wild Atlantic Way. A visit to County Clare can be enjoyed by everyone as there is much to do and see in the many towns and villages of Clare including Ennis, Bun ratty, Ennistymon, Killaloe and also the popular seaside resorts of Lahinch and Kilkee.

County Clare is home to the World Famous Cliffs of Moher, Burren National Park and the Award Winning Loop Head Peninsula. Relax Ireland offers self-catering accommodation throughout County Clare that is suitable for all your family needs.

Eating in Clare

Knox’s PubKnox’s Pub is located on Abbey Street and has been opened since 1864 and is the Oldest Pub in Ennis. The pub offers lunch and evening meals daily.

Durty Nelly’s BunrattyA pub, restaurant and music venue situated next to the famous Bunratty Castle in the heart of Bunratty.

Things to do in Clare

Cliffs of MoherThis world famous tourist attraction is located at the South west edge of the Burren region in Co. Clare close to Shannon Airport, counties Limerick and Galway are close by. The cliffs run for about 15 km.

The Burren National ParkThe Burren is National ~Park is located to the North West of County Clare; the park is open all year around and is free to access.

Kilkee Cliff WalkWe would highly recommend you take the Kilkee Cliff Walk, the views are simply breath taking, the walk begins at the Diamond Rocks Café to the West end of Kilkee, just after the Pollock holes.

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park has been delighting visitors both domestically and internationally for many years. This is a real opportunity to experience ancient Ireland and explore the 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk Park

Loop Head PeninsulaThe award winning Loop head peninsula in County Clare on the Wild Atlantic Way really does have something for every to enjoy from walking, cycling, dolphin watching to relaxation. The towns of Kilkee, Carrigaholt, Kilbaha and Riverside are just some of the villages you will travel through when exploring the spectacular scenery on Loop Head.

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