The Burren Perfumery
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The Burren Perfumery makes their own pefumes, soaps and skincare products. You can tour the gardens where they forage, enjoy the tearooms, buy beautiful products and tour the perfumery - all in the heart of the Burren.
We make perfumes and cosmetics using natural and organic ingredients. We take our inspiration from the landscape around us. Everything is made by hand, on site, in the Burren. We have a free audiovisual presentation on the flora and fauna of the Burren for you to enjoy when you visit. Relax in the…
This is a real hidden gem. Located in the heart of the Burren this unique business creates all it's perfumes, teas, body lotions and washes from the wild flowers that grow in the Burren landscape. There is also a really nice cafe here that make delicious cakes throughout the summer.
I love this joint, no coaches to be found here, the prefer the quieter visitors hiking or in a car. Lovely perfumes , lotions and potions made onsite organically. beautiful shop & cafe.
Great place to visit - they make their own natural perfumes and cosmetics as well as having a great cafe.
Handmade perfumes and cometics made onsite. Enjoy a the tearooms after an impromyu talk on the production of the fabulous organic range. www.burrenperfumery.com
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