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Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin
"Start your day with an early morning pickup from your Dublin hotel or meet your guide in the city center. As you travel toward Ireland’s west coast — the country’s wildest and arguably most beautiful region — listen to tales about Irish history and culture. Gaze out as you cruise along parts of the Wild Atlantic Wa Ireland’s first long-distance driving route on route to County Clare where you’ll see the medieval Bunratty Castle and the surfing village of Lahinch from the window.Upon arrival at the Cliffs of Moher grab a drink or some food at the cafe (own expense) then venture into the visitor center. Discreetly built into the landscape
From EUR50.00
 
Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Cork
"The Cliffs of Moher is the number 1 place to visit in Ireland and leaving from the south of Ireland there are many attractions that can also be enjoyed on route to make the most of your day. We stop in Limerick city the 3rd biggest in Ireland with histor pass through ‘Corofin’ and ‘Kilfenora’ and skirting around ‘Lisdoonvarna’ all of these towns have stories attached and are famous for their summer festivals. Now arriving to a place known as the ‘mini cliffs’ which is a warm up before the big event this is a very beautiful and unusual landscape in the heart of the Burren it was once a coral reef under a tropical sea off the west coast of Ireland. Back millions of years ago when Ireland was on the equator and 80% of the flowers and fauna of Ireland grow there on the face of the Atlantic looking out at the Aran Islands. it’s a great spot for lunch or even a pint and they brew their own beer called ‘Dooliner’! From here we go to the ‘Cliffs of Moher’ but also from Doolin if you wish there is a boat trip available to see the cliffs from below with spectacular views of the from the cliffs we can head off again on our merry journey with maybe a stop in ‘Bunratty Castle’ on the way home. This is a beautiful castle and home to the O’ Brien family for many years and today a big attraction also and with the blarney woollen mill""
From EUR390.00
 
Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Killarney
"The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that will capture your heart and live in your memory forever. Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atla we will start the Cliffs of Mohar tour from Killarney. On route we will visit Bunratty Castle which is a must on the itinerary and is your chance to experience a window into Ireland’s history. You can explore the castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk tapestries and works of art which capture the mood of those times.  You can explore at your own leisure and marvel at the fixtures and fittings. At night time the castle is the impressive setting for the medieval castle banquets which are held year round. During our visit to Bunratty Castle we will also visit the Folk Park. Here you will enjoy the sights sounds
From EUR440.00

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Bunratty Castle

I expected to do the Medieval Banquet at Bunratty Castle, but the tour group took us to Knappogue Castle near Quinn. This sounds like a more authentic experience but we had fun with what we...
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Kathleen's Bar

We didn't (or at least I didn't) want to eat dinner in a fancy place, so we went to Kathleen's Bar. I got a cranberry juice for €2.40, and my grandson's coke was the same price. He had the handcut 8...
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Tea Room, Country Kitchen, or MacNamara's

There were a couple of places to eat inside the park. We did not stop at MacNamara's. My daughter cautioned me that Irish pubs weren't as child friendly as the ones in England, and it just didn't come...
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Durty Nelly's

Originally (if our plane had not been delayed for 6 hours), I was going to go to Durty Nellie's to have an early pub meal. But by the time we actually got to Bunratty, I was too tired to go out, so we...
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The Creamery Bar

I have not gone to this bar, but one of the men on the tour did go. He is in the fourth picture at the medieval banquet. One of his goals was to drink in as many bars as possible. History according to...
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Bunratty Castle Hotel

The tour offered a 'full Irish breakfast" each morning.At Bunratty, this consisted of a base of scrambled eggs and what they called bacon, but we would call Canadian bacon or ham. I tried to stay away...
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Round Room Restaurant

We didn't want a fancy restaurant because we were so tired from our trip, so we never ate here. The hotel caters to a lot of weddings, so they may occasionally take up this restaurant. The website...
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Bunratty Mediaeval Banquet

Go back to a time before knives and forks were used to a great Banquet Hall with long oak tables, benches and candle light.An evening to be remembered. The Menu is as follows:Spiced Parsnip Soup...
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MacCloskey's

MacCloskey's is a up-scale restaurant in the town of Bunratty. It's fairly expensive, but the food is excellent. If you decide to forego the dinner-theater-like atmosphere of the Medieval Banquet, you...
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Top Things to Do in Bunratty

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Folk Park

When walking around the Bunratty Folk Park we came across a large Irish Wolfhound snoozing in the grass. A big fella that was used to people, he opened his eyes for a look and then went back to...
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Castle

Bunratty Castle is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland. Back in 970, this was the site of a Viking trading camp, since then, four Castles have been built on this site,...
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"Castle and Folkpark near Shannon"
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"Bunratty"
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Ash59

"Bunratty Village"
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"Bunratty Castle"
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"BUNRATTY FOLK VILLAGE AND CASTLE"
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