Bed & Breakfast Doolin Co. Clare Ireland

Doolin Sunset B&B

Unterkunft Doolin Clare Ireland

Location of Doolin Sunset B&B

We are located in Tournahan, Doolin, a 10 mins. drive from Doolin village.
GPS 53.02157, -9.33625
N 53° 1' 17.652", W 9° 20' 10.5"

For driving directions please have a look on the map on this page.

  • 10 mins. from Doolin village pubs and shops
  • Cliffs of Moher 10 mins.
  • Ennis 40 mins.
  • Dysert O'Dea (Abbey, High Cross, Castle) 35 mins.
  • Kilfenora (Cathedral, High Crosses, Burren display Centre) 20 mins.
  • Ailwee Cave, Poulnabrone Dolmen 30 mins.
  • Doolin Cave 5 mins.
  • 3 hrs from Dublin
  • 1 hr from Shannon Airport
    Traditional Music
  • Doolin has long been associated with great Irish music sessions, and was home to a great traditional Irish whistle player, the late Micko Russell. Every night the pubs in the village are loud with the sound of fiddle, tin whistle, bodhrán, and pipes. Many guests join the locals in the music and the dance.
  • Pub Session /

Doolin & the Cliffs of Moher

Ideal location for the sights in North Clare!

Doolin Sunset B&B is beautifully situated a few minutes from Doolin and Lisdoonvarna overlooking Doolin and the Atlantic Coastline with the Cliffs of Moher in the distance. The perfect place to enjoy the amazing sunset and the ever changing sky on the West Coast of Clare.

The house is ideally located to visit all the sights of North Clare, from the Cliffs of Moher to the Burren, the Aran Islands, Doolin and Ailwee Caves. The area offers a huge amount of activities for every taste and ambition. The famous Pubs of Doolin with their nightly entertainment of traditional music are in short driving distance.
Fisher Street in Doolin
The Burren is only a short drive from the house! The lunar-like limestone landscape with its apparent bareness nurtures an internationally famous flora. When Stone Age farmers settled in the Burren they found the area forested. By late medieval times the felling of timber and the grazing of cattle produced to-days skeletal landscape. >Man has left a mass of evidence of having lived on the Burren for thousands of years. Material remains abound, including megalithic tombs, stone and earth ring forts, round towers, medieval churches, monasteries and castles. Burials took place in Poulnabrone and other dolmens over a period of 600 years from 5200 to 5800 years ago.
The Cliffs of Moher
Gaelic Chieftains like the O'Briens, the O'Connors and the O'Loughlins - who were the Princesses of the Burren - had their castles here. The Burren coastline north of Doolin shows a dramatic and picturesque mixture of stone, beaches and a crystal clear blue Atlantic ocean.
The  Burren Coast near Doolin
The Aran Islands are an extension of the Burren landscape. There are numerous caves, one of which is Doolin Cave, only a few minutes from the house. Ailwee Cave, near Ballyvaughan is also open to visitors. You'll get an inside look into the area and its mysteries if you visit the Burren eXposure in Ballyvaughan or the Burren Centre in Kilfenora. The Burren are great for walking and hiking.

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