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Cliffs of Moher Road, Liscannor, Ireland
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is Liscannor a good place to stay

by deshie

have booked 4 nights self catering in liscannos end oct.Are there any pubs with irish music/food? How far to drive from shannon and galway?

RE: is Liscannor a good place to stay

by WhispersWest

The only pub of any note in Liscannor is Egan's. They have occassional Traditional music sessions. The food is always good there. Liscannor is a small fishing village more than it is a town. You will be closer to Galway than Shannon, but neither is too far away. I would say Galway is about an hour and a half and Shannon would be closer to two, given the road conditions.

You are close to some great sites though, the Burren is at your door. The Cliffs of Moher are less than thirty minutes away. The heart of Traditional Music, Doolin, is about twenty minutes away. If you get to Doolin, stop by McGann's Pub in the lower village or Gus O'Connors on Fisher Street.

Slan Agus Beannacht,

Bit Devine

RE: RE: is Liscannor a good place to stay

by deshie

Thanks for your help

RE: RE: is Liscannor a good place to stay

by WhispersWest

You are most welcome. You will enjoy the upper end of Clare. If you get a chance, stop into the Liscannor Rock Shop. It is a delightful shop, if you are into carved stones and crystals. The little tea room is a great place to take a respite from the coast road.

Slan Agus Beannacht,

Bit Devine

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Liscannor

by mvtouring

Liscannor is a tiny fishing village standing at the end of Liscannor Bay, which we reached just before getting to the Cliffs of Moher.

Liscannor's history is steeped naval and marine importance. John P. Holland, the inventor of the submarine, was born in 1841 in this small town. Just North of this town are the majestic Cliffs of Moher, a sight not to be missed on your visit to Ireland. Located between the O'Brien's Tower and Hag's Head is the Liscannor Stone, a monument to Cornelius O'Brien MP. O'Brien compelled his tenants to pay for this monument.

Liscannor, the last refuge

by crapmaggot

"Liscannor? never heard of it!"

you haven't? well you should have! Liscannor is a small village in the west of Ireland: the closest to the world famous Cliffs of Moher. Its cute, i went to national school there so i should know. development of the property market has seen the village innundated with small summer homes all over the place: but dont let them put you off. the people are friendly, the sea smells sweet and the food in the local pubs is renowned throughout the country.

This photo was taken from the top of Liscannor about 2 miles from the village, from behind the Corny O'Brien Monument (legendary landlord of Liscannor)

Well, i dont live in the village itself, but head up to the Cliffs and i'll tell you whatever you want to know about the place. I'm close enough to them: only about a km. we also offer tea and biscuits to anyone we likes the looks of who comes to our door.

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