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2.74km to City/Town Centre
The Armada Hotel commands a superb ocean-front setting in the beautiful seaside resort of Spanish Point, a discovery point on the Wild Atlantic Way on the West Coast of Clare. With its' spectacular views it is the right choice for a relaxing stay or a short holiday. All of the superior guestrooms in addition to the signature and tranquility suites have stunning, sweeping views across the Atlantic ocean.Our 86 bedroomed hotel has exceptional features including the beautiful Atlantic suite, the perfect choice for private parties, weddings and conferences.The Ocean Bar with its' breathtaking views across the bay is an ideal spot to take morning coffee, lunch or an aperitif from our well stocked bar. The Pearl Restaurant with it's 1940's artwork which adorns the walls and themed interiors will make your meal a unique and memorable experience
Address: The Armada Hotel, Spanish Point Road, Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare
- Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park - km
- Cliffs of Moher - km
1km to City/Town Centre
Please Book By Phone: +353 (0) 61 364 588 . The Shannon Springs Hotel is an ideal base for a great leisure break. Situated between the neighbouring historic towns of Ennis & Limerick. We are very close to the scenic Cliffs of Moher, Craggaunowen and Bunratty Castle & Folk Park. Medieval Banquets and Irish Nights, famous worldwide are not to be missed. The hotel is only 5 minutes from Shannon International Airport.
Address: Ballycasey, Shannon, Co. Clare, Ireland, V14 A336
- Bunratty Castle - km
- Limerick Racecourse - km
3.4kmkm to City/Town Centre
The team at The Inn at Dromoland invite you to experience the surroundings of the Dromoland Castle Estate. Combining high levels of service, sumptuous dining and rooms and facilities, we look forward to ensuring you have a relaxing and enjoyable stay. Our Hotel is located just a short 10 minute drive to Shannon Airport - SNN
Address: Latoon North, Newmarket on Fergus, Co Clare
- Bunratty Castle - km
- Dromoland Castle Clare - km
2km to City/Town Centre
A beautifully restored 18th century manor house hotel in Ennis town centre, this unique 4 star Co Clare property is on the doorstep of the Cliffs of Moher and the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast of Ireland.A warm welcome, a highly acclaimed culinary experience using local produce and luxurious accommodation awaits you.Our dedicated and experienced staff will ensure that you come to see the Old Ground Hotel in Ennis as a home away from home.The Old Ground Hotel is perfect for our overseas visitors as we are situated just a mere 15 minute drive from Shannon International Airport.
Address: O'Connell Street, Clonroad Beg, Ennis, Co. Clare
- Woodstock Golf And Country Club - km
- Ennis Golf Club - km
2.52km to City/Town Centre
Located on the stunning Clare Coastline, a mere 45 minutes from Shannon airport, Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg offers guests beautiful seaside accommodation, unparalleled service, award winning spa and inspiring meeting facilities. This unique combination, unrivalled in Ireland, makes Doonbeg Ireland's premier 5 star luxury destination.
Address: Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg, Doonbeg, Co. Clare, Ireland
- Lahinch Beach - km
- Bunratty Castle - km
Things to See & Do
- Cliffs of Moher
- King John's Castle
- Bunratty Castle
- Limerick Racecourse
- The Burren National Park
- Hunt Museum
- Loop Head
- Kilkee Golf And Country Club
- Port of Cork
- Shannon Golf Club
- Ennis Golf Club
- Woodstock Golf And Country Club
- Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park
- Caher Bridge Gardens
- Lahinch Beach
Cliffs of Moher
King John's Castle
Things to Do
Cliffs of Moher: One of Irelands best tourist attractions, plain and simple. At its highest point the cliffs reach 214 meters above the sea and the spectacular views will leave you breathless. On a clear day your view will take in the Twelve Pins Mountains and Aran Islands of Galway as well as the Dingle Peninsula and the Blasket Islands of Kerry. You can even get out of the Atlantic elements and into the visitor centre to learn more about this spectacular place.
Lahinch: The small seaside town of Lahinch has become renowned as one of Irelands best surfing towns. A plethora of surf schools and cafés ensures the village comes to life during the spring and summer months with visitors from home and abroad. Lahinch is Ideal for beginners with a selection of surf schools and for the more experienced surfers there are some ideal spots close by where you will be challenged by much larger waves.
Doolin Caves: The Doolin Caves are often regarded as one of the most compelling attractions along the Wild Atlantic Way. The caves contain the largest stalactite in the Northern Hemisphere and one which also happens to be the only one like it open to visitors in the world.
Bunratty Castle: Bunratty Castle is a striking 15th century medieval castle. It is one of the few castles in Ireland that is fully furnished and contains 15th and 16th century tapestries, artwork and other fittings which recreate the feeling of living in the Middle Ages. Visitors also have the chance to take part in a medieval banquet and sample some of the food and drink from that time period. The adjoining Folk Park transports you to the 19th century where you can wander from house to house or around the charming village street complete with school, post office, doctor’s house, public house and various shops. Costumed guides explain the historical events of the time as well as everday life.
Aillwee Caves: Opened in 1976, the Aillwee Caves showcase some of the oldest caves found in Ireland. Dating back at least 350,000 years, these limestone caves are located in the heart of the Burren and consists of over a kilometre of passages featuring large stalactites and stalagmites, an underground river, and a frozen waterfall.
Scattery Island: Located about 1.6 km from Kilrush, Scattery Island is home to a monastic settlement founded in the early 6th century. The island offers a range of historic and interesting sites, such as the ruins of six medieval churches and one of the highest round towers in Ireland, 36.5m high, with its unusual feature of having the entrance at ground level. The island also features a range of wild fauna and is an ideal location for those interested in bird watching.
Poulnabrone Dolmen: This iconic portal tomb is one of the most recognisable and most photographed monuments in Ireland. Situated on the high Burren limestone plateau, this prehistoric tomb was excavated in the 1980s and produced the human remains of 16 adults and children plus other artefacts. These finds suggest the tomb was in use some 5,600 years ago.
Caherconnell Stone Fort: About 1km south of Poulnabrone Dolmen is the well preserved stone ringfort of Caherconnell. The fort is almost perfectly circular and has walls up to four metres thick and in places three metres high. Along with self-guided tours and audio tours, the nearby visitor centre provides background information on the forts and tombs of the Burren area. Archaeological and Geological Field Schools are also run at the site, for those with a specific interest in these areas.
Adventure Burren: For the ecotourist, Adventure Burren offers something for everyone, all in the beautiful landscape of the Burren. Activities include walking, hiking and rock climbing, as well as kayaking, surfing, cycling, abseiling, caving, and fishing. It is the perfect adventure for small groups and leaves minimum impact on the environment.