In the 1990's funds were set aside to build modern internet capabilities in Ennis,
the capital of County Clare, and it became known as the "Information Town," in Ireland.
Great site on Ennis and its wide range of truly
original visitor attractions.
Relax in the coffee corner where you can
chat over your drink and enjoy a scone or slice of freshly baked cake.
and visit and maybe you will become one of our loyal customers, or maybe one of
our many producers.
You can visit our market every saturday between 10.30 and 12.30 at the Court
House, Tulla, County Clare.
Hospital in Ennis Dr. Nick provides you with a single source of
information about Nick, his teaching methods, lesson costs and contact
information. You can also see new golf tips and video lessons each week or
arrange your own private lessons with "Doctor" Nick either face to face or on
With narrow streets and quaint shops in every nook (we're not sure what a cranny is so we're avoiding mentioning them), Ennis is, perhaps, the most endearing town in Ireland.
It's no wonder Ennis was named by the Project for Public Spaces as one of the
World's top 60 great places to visit.
It was strategically built where the River Fergus forked and came together forming an island. In fact, Ennis takes its name from Inis, the Irish word for island.
Safe and fun, Ennis offers visitors everything they might expect to find in Ireland. The people are kind and helpful, the shopping is good and the food is excellent.
When you visit Ennis, walk along Market Street, away from the main drag and
duck into the alley cutting over to the river.
You will find a number of out-of-the-way shops where normally only the Irish
Many of the restaurants in Ennis were started in the 1950's by chefs brought in from around the world to
provide good meals for the crews of the airlines landing at Shannon.
Today the town offers one of the best selections of fine food in Ireland including the most wonderful roast duck. (My favorite. This tasty dish can be found in a number of places including the Monks'
Well in nearby Quin.)
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For a fun time, take the Ennis
Walking Tour of the town and find out what things were like in the olde days.
O Connell Street
Situated in the centre of historical Ennis, in County Clare, in the heart of
Ennis, you will no doubt find that the the Old Ground Hotel is the ideal choice
for a visit in Ireland.
The Old Ground Hotel offers deluxe accommodation.
The soft restful colour
schemes are restful and calming, and provide the ideal backdrop in the 85 deluxe
The award winning O'Brien Room which is one of the most renowned restaurants in
Co. Clare for its cuisine and is frequented by locals and tourist alike. Fresh
local produce is used to create both traditional and innovative dishes.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the award winning Poets Corner, a traditional style
bar, where each corner takes a different ambience. Food is serves in the Poets
Corner throughout the day.
Pay a visit on a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday Night to hear some of the best
traditional Irish Music that Co. Clare has to offer.
Within easy access of the many wondrous attractions of the West of Ireland lies the Auburn Lodge on the outskirts of the historic town of Ennis.
The 100-bedroom hotel is a perfect place to relax. Moreover, each room complete with en-suite, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, hairdryer and complimentary tea and coffee is furnished with your comfort in mind.
The Oyster Restaurant, with its exceptionally high standard of both traditional and continental flair is a joy to relax in.
The Auburn Restaurant with its wood and brick charm has a more casual atmosphere
Enjoy excellent homemade cuisine and nightly Irish Traditional Music in our Tailor Quiley's Pub or Golfer's Bar.
Within easy access of the many wondrous attractions of the West of Ireland lies
the Queens Hotel in the centre of the historic town of Ennis.
This is the perfect base for a holiday exploring the Cliffs of Moher, The Burren
and Bunratty Folk Park. The Queen's Hotel is situated next door to the famous
Black and White Pub of the Year 'Cruises Pub and Restaurant'.
The Queens Hotel has 52 bedrooms, all of which are furnished with the guests'
comfort in mind.
Each room features bathroom/shower en-suite, satellite TV with video channel,
radio, direct dial telephone, trouser press, hair dryer and complimentary tea
and coffee tray.
The recently renovated Queen's Front Bar and Braissiere offers traditional Irish
hospitality combined with sleek European sophistication.
This hotel, with neighbouring niteclub, is a great choice for visitors using
Shannon Airport, visiting the Burren Region, or simply looking for scenic