We did the two-day Wild Atlantic Way tour and it started out great. Our tour guide for the first half of day 1 was lovely and told great stories along the way. The lunch in Doolin was delicious — highly recommend the fish and chips. And, the Cliffs of Moher were worth the trip, despite the fog that rolled in. Unfortunately, the tour fell apart when we reached our night’s accommodations. It was as though the motel (I hesitate to use “B&B” because it connotes a higher level of accommodation.) was not expecting us at all. The proprietor was scattered and seemingly unaware of our group’s needs, not to mention unwilling to apologize for it. At breakfast the next morning, there wasn’t room for everyone to eat and the food took so long, several people didn’t get to eat at all. But, the kicker was that the one restaurant in town that was open the night of our arrival, apparently ran out of food. Luckily, our guide Dan was a savior and took us to the next town over (Dingle) for dinner. Dingle is a darling town and I recommend it as an alternative to Annascaul anyway. Overall, we had a good time and saw a lot but I can’t give it 5 stars due to the snags on the accommodations and meals.