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Kincora Road, Lisdoonvarna,

County Clare, Ireland.  

Tel: +353(0)65 7074300

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Thursday to Sunday 6.00pm to 9.00pm

Closed

November, December, January and February Open again first week in March.

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Wild Honey Inn is situated on the edge of Lisdoonvarna, the gateway town to the Burren region of North Clare. The Burren is an ideal location for walking and cycling with many interesting routes to explore. Co. Clare has been chosen as one of ‘Lonely Planets’ Top Ten cycling destinations in the world.

Close by is the traditional Irish music village of Doolin, where there are regular daily trips to and from the Aran Islands. The world famous Cliffs of Moher are a few miles further along the coast. Lahinch and Fanore are good surfing beaches and are within easy reach. Fly-fishing in nearby lake Inchiquin is popular as is rock fishing along the coast road between Fanore and Ballyvaughan.

For the golf enthusiast the Gregg Norman-designed Doonbeg Golf Course is approx. 30 minutes drive. Lahinch Golf Club is a short drive away.

Area activities

The Burren Centre, Kilfenora www.theburrencentre.ie
In the picturesque village of Kilfenora, The Burren Centre gives the visitor an introduction to the visual delights and ancient mysteries which await to be discovered in this unspoiled corner of Ireland.

Cliffs of Moher www.cliffsofmoher.ie
ATLANTIC EDGE is the exciting interpretive centre at the Cliffs of Moher New Visitor Experience. Housed at the centre of the underground building a huge domed cave contains images, exhibits, displays and experiences that will delight young and old alike.

Doonbeg Golf Club www.doonbeglodge.com
Imagine a coastal haven, hidden on a sheltered corner of the wild Atlantic Ocean, luxurious yet unpretentious; where world-class golf meets an intimate spa – where every taste is catered to and every request considered.

Lahinch Golf Club www.lahinchgolf.com
Lahinch Golf Club is frequently referred to as “the St. Andrew’s of Ireland” because of its close proximity and interaction with the local village. The links is situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The combination of bracing air and wind from the sea is one of the enduring attractions for golfers who ply their skills on two magnificent championship courses.

Burren Smoke House www.burrensmokehouse.ie
The Visitors Centre become a popular tourist attraction in the North County Clare area and welcomes over 30,000 visitors from all over the world each year.

Burren Perfumery www.burrenperfumery.com
The Burren Perfumery was founded 40 years ago at the centre of a quiet valley in the heart of the Burren. The Burren is famous for its wildness and the diversity of its plant life. The flowers of the Burren inspired the original Perfumery fragrances: Man of Aran, Ilaun, Frond and Fraoch.

Lisdoonvarna Holiday Cottages www.clareselfcatering.ie
Lisdoonvarna Holiday Cottages are located in the heart of the extraordinary Burren country. Discover and explore the stunning beauty of North County Clare by visiting the Clare holiday homes.

Doolin Cave www.doolincave.ie
Doolin Cave is one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions. It is a truly authentic experience. 'The Great Stalactite' is your only opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite anywhere in the world.

Aillwee Cave www.aillweecave.ie

This cave was formed by the glacial melt waters of an early ice age. The erosive power of the waters carved out an subterranean river deep underneath Aillwee mountain. This river has subsided since the last ice age, leaving behind one of Ireland's most stunning caves.

Aran Islands www.aranislands.ie
Located in the heart of Galway Bay, the Aran Islands offer visitors a glimpse into a way of life that has long since disappeared from most of the county. The Islands' raw beauty and charm leaves visitors longing to return again and again. While the South-West coast of the island battles with the Atlantic, the North-East coast offers smooth passage for visitors between the mainland at Ros a' Mhíl and the Islands.

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Before we opened, and were in the process of refurbishment, we featured on RTE's
"At Your Service".

See the TV programme on YouTube.

OUR SUPPLIERS AWARDS/TESTIMONIALS

“The Burren is a very, very unique place. It has everything. It is a time capsule of the last 6,000 years.”

Prof. David Bellamy