Heart of Burren Walks in Ballyvaughan offers half-day and full-day guided tours of some of the more remote and beautiful parts of the Burren in County Clare. They also tailor tours of a particular duration or on a specific theme on request.
Quins Craftshop & Gallery is located on the Main Street of the unspoilt village of
Ballyvaughan, in the heart of the "Burren" region of County Clare in
There are three main types of bog-wood - oak, pine & yew. All can be suitable for wood sculpture.
A family run business, each of the Perfumery's products has been hand produced using the highest quality pure natural essences, plant extracts and pure Irish spring water.
If you really want to have the sweet fragrance of Ireland about you, have the lads there send you a bottle of perfume.
Ballyvaughan, County Clare
The bay extends eastwards from Finvarra Point, past Scanlan Island, Muckinish Island, Muckinish Bay and the Pouldoody oyster beds before turning south through Poulnaclogh Bay, into Pouldoody Bay and finishing at Bell Harbour.
Irish Family Names from Ballyvaughan: Collins, Coymns, Fitzpatrick, Flannagan, Francis, Howard, Kerin, Linnane, Mooney, Vaughans, Nilan, O'Lochains, O'Loghlens and Woods.
Featured Lodging in Ballyvaughan
Hylands Burren Hotel
Hylands Burren Hotel is nestled on the south shore of Galway Bay in the picturesque village of Ballyvaughan.
The hotel is an ideal base for touring the unspoilt scenery of Clare, Connemare and the Kerry countryside.
Decorated in a traditional style with
emphasis on elegance and comfort, the open fireplaces and beautiful
antiques create inviting warmth whilst the patio is a perfect place to
relax and enjoy the beautiful views.
Enjoy a candle lit dinner at the in-house restaurant that specialises in best local seafood. You can also sip your favourite drink at the popular Burren Bar that features great entertainment in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Decorated in a traditional style with emphasis on elegance and comfort; open fireplaces, cosy lounge chairs, bare wood and beautiful antiques create an inviting warmth whilst the patio is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beautiful views.
The Falls Hotel
Nestled in its wooded vale beside the tumbling waters of the River Inagh, the distinctive building known today as the Falls Hotel Spa Resort conceals within its walls an eighteenth century mansion and a late medieval castle.
The Hotel is located near to the centre of the market town of Ennistymon.
Situated in the picturesque fishing village of Liscannor, overlooking the bay on the rugged West Clare Coast, the newly refurbished Logue's Liscannor Hotel offers superb accommodation and quality food in an idyllic location.
This beautiful Hotel is located within easy distance of Shannon Airport, Galway, Ennis and Limerick, which makes it an ideal touring and recreational base.
The Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, the Burren and Lisdoonvarna are all within a few minutes driving and the world famous Lahinch Golf Links can even be seen from the hotel.