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Glasha Meadows B&B at your service

Glasha Meadows at your service in Doolin County ClareGlasha Meadows is a wonderful B&B located in Doolin, Co Clare, in an absolutely stunning part of the northwest of Ireland.  Positioned on the Wild Atlantic Way, Doolin is bursting with spectacular scenery, golden sandy beaches and every kind of amenity that makes for a perfect holiday. Glasha Meadows B&B is located right there in the heart of it all!

Hidden Gems

Just 2km outside of Doolin Village, Glasha Meadows not only provides the ideal accommodation in a charming countryside location, but with hosts, Marian and Martin, at the helm and with 24 Glasha Meadows at your service in Doolin County Clareyears’ experience of welcoming guests into their home, they have the knowledge and expertise to make your holiday the best it can be. Not only are they the epitome of Irish hospitality, but Marian is a fantastic baker, her brown bread is a speciality that guests rave about and her chickens provide the tastiest of organic eggs that make breakfast time a delicious delight! Martin enjoys chatting to guests and telling them about the local area. He’ll guide you to the best pubs in Doolin for Irish traditional music nights, the best restaurants and pubs for good food, and tell you all about
the hidden gems in the locality that don’t appear in the guide books!

Famous Must-see Attractions

Glasha Meadows at your service in Doolin County ClareGlasha Meadows offers guests the best of both worlds. Accommodation that offers luxury, comfort and tranquillity, yet you are only a five minute drive from Doolin Village, a short drive to the famous Cliffs of Moher and The Burren National Park, add to that the beaches, charming villages, castles and historic sites, the only logical thing to do now is book a stay at Glasha Meadows B&B - they are at your service!

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Posted: 25 Feb 2016 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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