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Moloney House

Doolin, Clare, V95 C2F7

Review Score: Superb 9.5/10

In Doolin

Meet your host…

Frank & Mary Ellen Moloney

The Moloney family bids you the warmest of welcomes to Doolin. Moloney House B&B is in the ideal location from which to explore the North Clare region and we will be only too delighted to offer our sightseeing expertise. Frank and Mary Ellen want to ensure your trip to Doolin is a memorable one. As your hosts they are on hand to arrange bookings of restaurants, excursions, golfing, walking tours and more. Simply email them with a request you wish to book!

Fisher Street
V95 C2F7

A Fáilte Ireland Covid-19 Safety Chartered B&B.
Moloney House is a 3-star bed and breakfast situated on the family farm in Doolin village, County Clare. The house, which features a large garden, is a purpose built bed and breakfast with a spacious dining room where Frank, a qualified chef, serves tasty breakfasts from an extensive menu. There is a large comfortable sitting room where guests can relax after a day of sight seeing. The bedrooms are all en-suite and tastefully decorated with modern conveniences to ensure a restful night.

How to get here

Directions from Shannon Airport

Route: Shannon-Ennis-Ennistymon-Lisdoonvarna-Doolin  40 miles (1 hr. 15 mins)

Follow signs for Limerick for approx. 1 mile until the junction with the N18.

Turn left (North) and follow signs for Ennis (11 miles)

Follow the ring road around Ennis by following signs for Ennistymon/Lahinch (N85).

At Ennistymon follow the road straight through and follow signs for Lisdoonvarna (N67).

After approx 6 miles turn left at crossroads (R478 - signposted Cliffs of Moher).

After approx 2 miles you come to a cross roads with a shop and petrol pump on the left hand side. Turn right for Doolin (R479 - 1 mile).

At the bottom of the hill there is a junction with myriad signposts. Turn left. Signpost is for Doolin Pier.

Moloney House is the third building on the right hand side (two story cream colored home).


Directions from Galway

Route: Galway-Kilcolgan-Ballyvaughan-Lisdoonvarna-Doolin

50 Miles (1 hr. 30 min.)

From Galway follow signs for Limerick (N18 - South) until after about 10 miles you come to the town of Kilcolgan.

Turn right onto N67 signposted Ballyvaughan - 20 miles. (dangerous junction - please be careful!)

At the T-junction in Ballyvaughan turn left- N67. Follow signs for Lisdoonvarna - 10 miles.

Follow the main street in Lisdoonvarna until the T-Junction. Turn right - R478 - signposted Cliffs of Moher/Doolin.

Straight through the next crossroads.

After approx 3 miles you come to a cross roads with a shop and petrol pump on the left hand side. Turn right for Doolin (R479 - 1 mile).

At the bottom of the hill turn left. Follow signs for Doolin Pier. 

Moloney House is the third building on the right hand side (two story cream colored home).

Sat Nav: Lat (53.013700) - Long (-9.382890)

  • Failte Ireland Safety Charter


  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

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31 May 2022 
Review Score: 10/10

Wonderful stay! It was the perfect location: short walk to town, less than 5 minutes from Doolin pier, and short drive to the Cliffs of Mohr! The house was beautiful and the host an hostess were wonderful! We can't wait to come back!

John and Ruth Halloran

02 Nov 2021 
Review Score: 10/10

Moloney House is perfectly situated. After a long day out on Inis Mor, Frank and Mary Ellen made us feel right at home. They recommended a great pub/restaurant for dinner within walking distance. The accommodations at Moloney House were clean and comfortable, and the breakfast was excellent. We chatted with Frank over breakfast and learned quite a bit about the Doolin area, and about the Irish way of life in general. How can you go wrong with an Ancient Castle in the back yard ? We will stay longer next time ! John and Ruth Halloran

Tom & Linda Hughes

10 Nov 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

We spent our first of 10 nights in Ireland here and it was by far the BEST. The location was superb, host exceptional, best breakfast. O'Connors Pub was a close by with enjoyable music and good food. Close to the Aran Island ferry (even though our trip was cancelled because of high seas) We would book here again (and stay longer.

James Holland

31 Oct 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Had a wonderful stay - the room was clean and neat, and Frank full of information about the town. O'Connor's up the street provided us hearty meals - unfortunately we could not stay awake until the music began (typical of us - why can't they start early? - but then we are early risers as well).

Jill and Jerry

28 Oct 2019 
Review Score: 10/10

Wonderful stay in a beautiful house. Wish we would have had more time in Doolin!!!!!


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