While touring the West of Ireland this July, we stopped at Clifton, one of the Western most towns in Ireland. We stayed in a B&B, but decided to eat at Marconi's, a lovely restaurant adjoining a hotel on the square at Clifton. Named after the famous Italian, Guglielmo Marconi, who invented wireless telegraphy and sent the first transaltlantic telegraph wireless message from just outside Clifton. Well, they've decorated the place as if "you where there". Tasteful but complete. The service is very upscale and professional, but the prices are most reasonable. The three of us had different dishes and all were excellent. I recommend it to all ages and tastes. Quite a selection.
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