Location of Seahaven B&B

You'll find our house signposted from the Cliffs of Moher Road between Lahinch and Liscannor
52.945018 (52° 56' 42'' N)
-9.376831 (9° 22' 36'' W)

Seahaven B&B in a larger map


  • Pubs, Restaurants, Shops 3 mins
  • Lahinch (beach, golf courses) 5 mins
  • Cliffs of Moher 10 mins
  • Shannon Airport 45 mins
  • Ennis 30 mins
  • Doolin (Aran Ferries) 15 mins
Unterkunft Liscannor Cliffs of Moher IrlandB&B Hébergement Liscannor Cliffs of Moher IrlandeAccommodatie Cliffs of Moher Ierland

Sea Haven B&B is the ideal touring base for the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher.

The house is beautifully situated with superb views of Liscannor Bay and the North Clare landscape, Lahinch Golf Course and the famous beach.

The small fishing village of Liscannor has a picturesque harbour, shops, cafes, pubs and first class restaurants. Sights include a medieval church and the remains of a castle built by the O'Connors and stronghold of the O'Briens. John B.Holland, inventor of the submarine, was born in Liscannor!
The very popular holiday resort of Lahinch is only 5 minutes away from the house. Lahinch is famous for it's award winning beach, championship links & 18-hole golf courses. An indoor pool and leisure complex overlooking the beach will provide hours of entertainment for all the family, or else visit the boutiques, shops, restaurants and village inns.

Boats leave from the harbour for round trips to the Cliffs of Moher thus giving you a chance to see the spectacular 200m high cliffs from the sea. The cliffs are also popular with birdwatchers.

The house is ideally located to explore the unique limestone area of the Burren with its unique flora and fauna. You can read more about it on the next page.

Doolin or 'Fisher Street' as it was known is a great fishing village just 15 Minutes away. It has long been associated with great Irish music sessions, and was home to a great traditional Irish whistle player, the late Micko Russell. A visit to the Aran Islands is an unforgetable trip and one that you cannot afford to miss.

Click here for next page The islanders traditionally made their living from fishing. While the men were out fishing the women knitted the traditional 'Aran Ganseys'. Boats leave several times daily from Doolin Pier.