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All reviews aran islands short walk into town lovely room view of the ocean honeymoon suite wild atlantic way breakfast was excellent west coast of ireland room was large sharon cliffs moher hostess
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Reviewed 24 October 2022

Thank you, Sharon, for such a wonderful experience in Doolin. My husband and I enjoyed the suite, the substantial and delicious breakfasts, and the excellent hospitality. The family-owned property is operated highly professionally with everyone offering prompt service, courtesy, and warmth. We received great advice on getting about without a car (we left healthier and much more relaxed than when had arrived). When we needed to schedule around the weather, I was very content to make a cup of tea and sit by the windows reading and gazing out across the beautiful fields to the Atlantic Ocean. You all are wonderful ambassadors for Co Clare and the Republic of Ireland.

Room tip: Doolin is a wonderful coastal town ... the Wild Atlantic Way. Excellent pub food and music nightly somewhere in town.
Date of stay: October 2022
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Lahdeedahleigh
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Reviewed 8 October 2022 via mobile

Stayed here with my family for 2 nights while visiting Doolin. Rooms were comfortable, breakfasts were great and the views overlooking the fields to the ocean were incredible. Particularly enjoyed the sitting areas where we had drinks as a family. Would definitely stay again.

Room tip: Old, historic buildings which can make it difficult to control the heat sometimes. We just cracked a window if it was too warm.
Date of stay: September 2022
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Running_Man69
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Reviewed 8 September 2022

After our awful experience in Lahinch, we booked in at Aran View Country House. That was the perfect move!!! Very lovely place: amazing view of the Wild Atlantic Way, wonderful hosts, lovely room, and an excellent Irish brekky.

Room tip: Ocean view
Date of stay: September 2022
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Thank CabronViejo
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Reviewed 15 August 2022

I am a bit baffled that there are so many positive reviews on this place. I mean, it wasn't the worst place we've ever stayed in but it was nowhere near great.

When we arrived the reception was a bit cold, very business like, no real interest in us as guests. When we got to the room we were quite disappointed. We booked the honeymoon suite but the room wasn't up to par. It was bloody hot and it took hours of opening the windows and door before it cooled a bit. The bathroom has mould on the ceiling and in the shower hence the off putting smell, there was a dirty towel aswell.

The stairs is narrow and feels like it could collapse any minute. Breakfast was okay but nothing spectacular, not many choices either. Not once during our two day stay did anyone bother to ask if we were enjoying ourselves. You get zero info on things to do or places to eat at in the area.

They also have a dog running around which they don't really seem to care for as it runs around on the road and around the cars in the parking space. All in all, it's not a bad place but we've seen a lot better.

Date of stay: August 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank DutchieAmandaP
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Reviewed 15 June 2022 via mobile

A great place to stay when you are visiting the west coast of Ireland. Our room was on the second floor with a view of the ocean which was great! It is very well kept and clean. The original part of the building was built in the 1700’s and the craftsmanship shows! The host was wonderful and very accommodating. Breakfast was excellent with all choices freshly made from scratch. Breakfast rooms were beautiful and lots of seating options. Best of all it was completely quiet at night. Well worth a stay here

Room tip: Plenty of free parking
Date of stay: June 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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