ATLANTIC GARDEN LODGE
The spacious apartment is spread over two floors and sleeps two people.
It is a self contained extension of the Art Studio and is set in award winning gardens with spectacular views to the Cliffs of Moher.
Situated at the edge of the Burren the location is ideal for discovering the attractions of the region and the surrounding counties Galway, Limerick and Kerry.
Lisdoonvarna and Doolin
Lisdoonvarna, originally a Spa town circa 1850. Farmers came to take the therapeutic waters and meet with prospective life partners hence the now famous matchmaking festival. The town has several award winning pubs and restaurants where one can sample Atlantic seafood and Burren beef and lamb, while enjoying
traditional music and the “craic”.
The fishing village of Doolin is known world wide for it’s pubs and traditional music and is the main sea route to the Aran Islands.
Unique limestone area of 250 square kms. Rich in flora and fauna, geology archaeology ancient settlements and ecclesiastical sites.The Burren is a perfect location for walking and cycling and there are many guided tours available.
The Cliffs of Moher
The most dramatic cliffs in Europe rising 250 mtrs. above the Atlantic Ocean and 8 kms. long. Cliff side walks allow spectacular walks with views to the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, and the Connemara hills.
The Aran Islands
The Aran Islands provide an example of early Christian and Celtic heritage and an insight into the old island way of life. There are ferries from Doolin to the Aran Islands every day.
The great stalactite of Doolin Cave is an opportunity to experience the longest stalactite anywhere in the world, and is a truly stunning visual.
Translated “The Hole of Sorrows”. the ancient burial place of Irish Chieftains. This is Europe’s finest example of a dolman and dates back to 5000bc. Castles.
Dysart O’Dea, Bunratty ,Knappogue , and Dunguire
Newtown, Doonagore, and Ballinalackin.
Corcomroe Abbey and Kilfenora Cathedral.