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Bord Failte
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Bed & Breakfast and Holiday Home
Main Street, Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare, Ireland
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Herzlich Willkommen
Bienvenue Benvenuto

Miltown Malbay is a small, traditional town but offers many outlets for shopping, with excellent grocery shops, butcher, bakery, hardware, electrical and newsagent. Some offer a delivery service.
There are many good restaurants to choose from to suit everybody's taste.

Local Attractions & Facilities

2 local Blue Flag, clean safe beaches
Water Sports
Spanish Point Golf Links
Lahinch & Doonbeg Championship Golf Courses
Pitch & Putt
Pony Trekking
Lake, Sea or Shore Fishing
Spanish Point Flying Club
Traditional music sessions all year round.
Walking Tours
Bingo every Monday night
Public Library
Bank of Ireland with ATM/Cirrus machine
Post Office
RC Church
Medical Centre
Tourist Office
Darlin' Girl from Clare Festival (August)
Willie Clancy Summer School (begins 1st Saturday in July)

Spanish Point beach
Blue Flag beach
Spanish Point Golf Links Doonbeg Golf Links
Spanish Point & Doonbeg Golf Links

Local Services

Bureau de Change ~ Taxi Service ~ Baby Sitting ~ Car Hire ~ Bicycle Hire ~ Daily Bus Service

Other Day Trip Attractions
Miltown Malbay's situation makes it an ideal base for touring and sight-seeing

Ailwee Cave
This was discovered in 1944 and opened to the public in 1976. It is located close to Ballyvaughan in the Northern part of County Clare. It extends 1.3km into the heart of the Burren.
The Burren is a beautiful and unique natural phenomenon. It is an area of limestone with many rare examples of flora Archaeology and Geology. Where, unusually, mediterranean and arctic-alpine plants live side-by-side.
Aran Islands
The Aran Islands are one of the last outposts of Gaelic civilisation where Irish is still the spoken language. The Doolin - Aran boat trip is the shortest route.
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
Here you can see exact copies of houses representing every area of Munster. There are medieval banquets giving insight into the difficulties of eating with just a dagger and fingers!
Knappogue Castle
This castle was built in 1467 and was a former MacNamara stronghold. It was restored in the 19th Century and refurbished to reflect the 15th Century in the 1960's.
Dromoland Castle
The O'Briens moved here from Leamaneh Castle, near Kilfenora, in the 17th century. William Smith O'Brien was born here in 1803.
Lahinch Sea World
A fun day out for all the family. View the Atlantic Aquarium and enjoy the pool complex.
Dolphin Watching
In Carrigaholt, South Clare and while there visit Kilkee where part of Ryan's Daughter was filmed.
Cliffs of Moher
On the coast road between Lahinch and Doolin are perhaps the most spectacular cliffs in Europe, rising to 200 feet. On a clear day you can see Loop Head, the Kerry Mountains, the Twelve Pins of Connemara as well as the Aran Islands.
Craggaunowen Project, Quinn
The castle was built in 1467 and was a MacNamara stronghold, it was restored in the 19th Century and in the 1960's. Here you can see a Bronze Age Lake dwelling, a ring fort and an Iron Age roadway as well as a copy of the leather currach once used by Irish mariners.

Cliffs of Moher

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