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Cragannowen is a really interesting place with castle, crannogs and the boat which proved St Brendan discovered America. Wild boar and a very scenic landscape to stroll around, finishing up by the real turf fire with tea and scones in the traditional cottage.
Standing defiantly on a crag overlooking the lake and enjoy magnificient views of the countryside. Observe rare and really interesting animal breeds such as wild boar and soay sheep - specimens of the pre-historic era.
Welcome to Craggaunowen – the Living Past Experience. Ireland’s original award winning Pre-historic Park. Come and explore the roots of the people, homesteads, animals and artifacts of our Celtic ancestors of over 1,000 years ago which have touched and shaped how we live today. At Craggaunowen you…
Craggaunowen Castle was built around 1550 by John MacSioda MacNamara, a descendent of Sioda MacNamara, who built Knappogue Castle in 1467. It was left in ruins, uninhabitable and without a roof, in the 17th century. The castle was rendered uninhabitable by the removal of the roof and staircase, and…
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“This historic, family run pub and restaurant in the heart of the Burren offers a varied menu of top quality, locally- sourced food with several local dishes unique to Cassidy’s – including Burren Mionain (mountain goat). It is the only pub and restaurant business in Ireland run consistently by the same family for the last 200 years. The pub is located in a former British Police (RIC) Barracks and overlooks more than 4000 acres of unique Burren landscape including the largest Turlough (disappearing lake)in Europe. The award winning menu is focused on affordable quality with an emphasis on family dining. All food is freshly prepared on the premises and supplied by local farmers and fishermen and the beef is from the restaurant’s own Shorthorn Herd (Irish breed). Be sure you don’t miss the restaurant’s fantastic selection of home-made desserts – they’re legendary in the Burren area.”
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“Fishermen come from near and far to sample the delights of Lough Derg, County Clare for all an Angler needs.”
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“Well worth a visit for anyone who has an interest in gardening and vegetables. Just a 25 min drive from lough atorick. They also have a small cafe and shop where you can buy seeds and interesting books on growing vegetables”
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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. ”
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