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Cullinan's Guesthouse

Crossroads of R 479, Doolin Ireland
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#16 of 64 B&Bs / Inns in Doolin
Situated in the heart of Doolin, Co. Clare, we offer first class accommodation and exceptional cuisine in an idyllic setting overlooking the Aille river.Accredited Best Restaurant Award 2007, Michele Erdvig restaurant of the year award and RAC dining award. Highly recommended by Michelin, Frommers, Fodors, Bridgestone and Georgina Campbell. Some attractions in the area include the Burren, the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands, not forgetting the traditional Irish music in the local pubs nightly.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
Private check-in / check-out
Special diet menus
Sun terrace
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Meera G wrote a review Jan 2018
New York City, New York15 contributions18 helpful votes
Centrally located and warm welcoming guest house with gracious hosts and an excellent restaurant. We had an amazing dinner overlooking the countryside. Please make reservations for the restaurant when you are making room reservations. The parking is plentiful and the rooms are generous.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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jillvandw wrote a review Dec 2017
Denver, Colorado45 contributions16 helpful votes
We were here in July 2017 and I'm just now getting around to this review....which is a shame. We Loved this place and the food was absolutely fabulous. It is owned by a couple and the husband is a master chef. We were blown away when we had our meals. Only wish we could have stayed longer.
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Date of stay: July 2017
manassasmeanderer wrote a review Oct 2017
Manassas, Virginia45 contributions17 helpful votes
We were fortunate to be staying at this lovely location during Ireland's first hurricane in fifty years!!! Carol, along with her staff, is very welcoming. We were booked for two nights but because our booking at the next location was cancelled due to the storm, we were very happy (and lucky) to book another night here. This was our second stay and it was as wonderful as our first. The rooms are immaculate, the beds comfortable, and the breakfasts delicious. The dining room has windows across two walls that one can view the beautiful stream and garden. Music is also softly played while dining and adds to the relaxing atmosphere. It is also located across the road from the Tourist Info center which is nice. It is in walking distance of some pubs, but if walking in the evening,
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Date of stay: October 2017
Latisha M wrote a review Oct 2017
Johannesburg, South Africa19 contributions4 helpful votes
Stayed here for 2 nights with my husband whilst on a road trip along the wild Atlantic way. It is perfectly located in the heart of Doolin, right across the road from a few pubs. Great place to explore the Burren and visit the cliffs of moher. Our host Carol is welcoming and lovely to chat to! We stayed in the riverside room with double windows. The weather was not great (storm Brian) yet we still had a great sleep and only heard some very strong winds for a short period of time. I can imagine the stunning view when the weather is good and the river is tranquil. Great breakfast provided as well! Thanks for a lovely stay☺️
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Date of stay: October 2017
Patrick C wrote a review Oct 2017
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This was by far our favorite B&B when traveling in Ireland. They communicated well with us to confirm reservation and arrival information. The location couldn't be better, close to Cliffs of Moher and caves plus local pubs. The room provided everything we needed. Breakfast was traditional and delicious! We'd like to come back again. I'd definitely recommend arriving around check in time (we got there later in the evening) to be able to enjoy walking to the pubs having dinner and drinks plus listen to live music.
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Date of stay: October 2017
US$66 - US$133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
cullinan`s guesthouse hotel doolin
IrelandProvince of MunsterCounty ClareThe BurrenDoolin
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