Benrue House



Links

On this page you'll find links to websites and adresses we specially would like to recommend:

FishermansRest

B&B Fisherman's Rest (Doolin).

Danny and Mairéad opened their bed and breakfast accommodation in Doolin in 1995. Now a family of five, their three daughters lend a helping hand with the running of their Bed & Breakfast. While Mairéad works outside the home for a few days a week, Danny has assumed his role as a houseman admirably. He was a fisherman for many years, just like his forefathers, hence the name for the Bed & Breakfast. We'd like to think of Danny and Mairéad as the most adorable couple on the planet.

McDermotts

McDermott's Pub (Doolin):

The Pub has been in the McDermott family since 1867. They have live traditional music every night from early spring to late autumn and on weekend's throughout the Winter months. McDermott's Pub was awarded the Traditional Irish Music Pub of the Year 2002. Many famous Musicians have played here over the years including Josephine Marsh, Mary Custy, Sharron Shannon and Luka Bloom to name but a few.

Burren Wellness (Lisdoonvarna)

The Burren Wellness Centre was designed and built by Helga Himmelsbach and opened in February 2000.Helga came to the Burren over 20 years ago and has made it her home. Initially trained in Germany, she branched out and studied all over the world. She has been a therapist for more than 25 years now and a teacher for more than 10.

Gus O'Connors Pub (Doolin)

Doolin is the most famous 'town' in Ireland for listening to good traditional Irish music and you'll get unique selection of musicians at Gus' The pub was first established in 1832 and there's something marvelously atmospheric about this place which lures visitors into a long and lingering visit.

Bill O'Brien

O'Brien Line (Doolin Pier)

With over 40 years in operation O’Brien Line Doolin Ferry is committed to providing the most efficient and safest transport to the The Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher by sea.

O'Brien Line wants to share their extraordinary experiences of The Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher Cruises with their customers. Their focus is on continued improvement of ferry services and creating greater value for their customers

The Roadside Tavern (Lisdoonvarna)

It has been run by the Curtin Family since 1893 making it one of the oldest pubs in the Burren area. The current proprietor is Peter Curtin who continues the high standards of hospitality and service set by his grandparents Christopher and Nora, and parents John and Mary. Its famously laid-back atmosphere and guaranteed craic makes it as attractive to visitors as it is to the locals. It has a particular draw for the musicians of the region; at its summer peak, there is live music seven nights a week. The Roadside Tavern has been a legendary venue for traditional music for well over a 100 years.