Bed and Breakfast Doolin, Co Clare
Doolin is a charming coastal village in County Clare. It is a place of breathtaking beauty and is renowned as the centre of traditional Irish music in Ireland. For these reasons, the area is extremely popular with tourists all year round.
Doolin lays claim to many fascinating tourist attractions, ranging from ancient Iron Age archaeological sites to the historic Ballinalacken Castle, which dates back to the early 16th Century. Doolin Cave is also one of Europe’s most intriguing and compelling cave attractions. It is home to the 7.3m ‘Great Stalactite’ which is the longest free-hanging stalactite in the Northern Hemisphere! Some of Clare’s other popular attractions are easily accessible with Doolin being one of only three places in Ireland with ferry services to the beautiful Aran Islands. The village also has great transport facilities for reaching both The Burren and The Cliffs of Moher.
Due to its idyllic coastal location, Doolin is a fantastic place to experience outdoor activities. Surfing, fishing, walking, cycling and rock-climbing are all must-dos when visiting the area. Doolin is often referred to the capital of trad music in Ireland. It is played nightly in the local pubs and is the perfect way to enjoy the famous Irish ‘craic agus ceol’ first-hand!
Doolin has a fine selection of lively pubs and great restaurants, with local seafood a speciality. The village also has a great range of comfortable yet affordable bed and breakfast accommodation. Doolin B&Bs provide the perfect opportunity to relax while taking in your scenic surroundings and immersing yourself in the local culture. Your hosts will cater for your every need, and will be happy to help you plan the day ahead, by offering advice and information on the best places to visit.
Book a B&B in Doolin