Anam Coffee

We are a micro coffee roastery, located in a secluded valley in the Burren producing speciality coffee. We import speciality green coffee beans and hand roast the beans in small batches, a true artisan start-up. The …

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Burren Gold Cheese @ Aillwee Cave

Aillwee Cave and Birds of Prey Centre gives your family a chance to explore its weirdly shaped underworld, enjoy unexpected freedom with majestic Birds of Prey and hone survival skills surrounded by hazel and ash trees …

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Burren Nature Sanctuary Café

Burren Nature Sanctuary Interpretive Centre for the flora and fauna of the Burren, Burren walk, playgrounds, exhibition, café Burren Nature Sanctuary is the Interpretive centre for the natural history of the Burren: Flora, fauna and karst geology. …

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Burren Smokehouse

Burren Smokehouse Taste our salmon, watch a film about the smoking process and discover the beautiful salmon mosaics (all free of charge). A large array of gourmet presents, delicacies and presents of local interest are available. The …

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Burren Free Range Pork

Burren Free Range Pork On their farm since 2007, Eva and Stephen Hegarty, have a small herd of free range, rare breed, Saddleback and Tamworth pigs. The pigs are reared in a great environment with extensive …

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Burren Fine Wine & Food

Burren Fine Wine & Food We are a small passionate and caring team of professionals who strive to make a visit to Burren Fine Wine & Food a unique experience. Where you can relax forget about …

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Chervil Restaurant & Fitzpartick’s Bar

Located in the heart of Doolin, traditional Irish Music and Cultural capital of Ireland, the contemporary Hotel Doolin elevates hotel accommodation and dining in North Clare to a new level. Set amidst the backdrop of …

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Café Linnalla

Cafe Linnalla Brid & Roger started making ice cream in 2006. They source the milk from from their Burren native shorthorn cows. Their farm is a traditional dairy farm from the mid 1800′s.  They source as …

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