The Aran View House was our favorite of all the places we stayed during our two-week trip to Ireland. The location was perfect for us--accessible to town (for pubs, music, and services) but far enough to be quiet and relaxing. The size was just right too--not as impersonal as a large (or even mid-sized hotel) but not claustrophobic as some of the B&Bs.
The only disappointment was the restaurant, which was not as good as the options found in town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Aran View Country House, built in the georgian period, in 1736, stands on a hill on the coast road commanding one of the finest views of the wild Clare coastline. Facing the Aran View Country House, lie the beautiful Aran Islands just seven miles from Doolin. To the North is the famous Burren landscape and exotic wild flowers. Looking South is the Doolin pier and the begining of the imposing Cliffs of Moher jutting out into the wild Atlantic Ocean. One will never tire of these views of an ever-changing landscape of greens and blues. Each room is indivudally decorated keeping the Georgian feel as much as possible. You can enjoy a glass of wine, while watching some of the more amazing sunset. You can also enjoy Fresh Scones, tea/coffee in the lounge each afternoon. We assure both new and old guest and warmest of hospitality and relaxation, during you stay at the Aran View Country House. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aran View Hotel
- Aran View Doolin