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This gleaming white B&B has good views down towards the water. The three rooms are simply decorated, while the breakfasts are pleasingly lavish; American urbanites will recognise and appreciate the bagel BLT.
A modern, IHH-affiliated hostel close to the bus stop. There are 90 beds in four- and eight-bed rooms; private rooms with bathrooms are also available. The charms of Fisherstreet are steps away.
Aille River Hostel
In a picturesque spot by the river in the upper village, this converted 17th-century farmhouse is a great choice. There are turf fires, hot showers and a free laundry. This award-winning IHH hostel has 30 beds, campsites from €16 and bike rentals.
On a bend in the Aille, this working farm has 10 rooms of varying sizes in a rather plush farmhouse. Fresh-baked breads in the morning may put you in the mood to clean the barn (not possible actually). Commune with cattle instead...
In the heart of Doolin, famous for its traditional Irish music, this contemporary hotel has spacious, modern rooms. It features outdoor terraces, a restaurant and two bars and cafes...
Tír Gan Éan House Hotel
Located on the southern edge of the Burren in the village of Doolin, this hotel offers beautifully-designed rooms, a residents’ bar and a restaurant...
Situated right in the heart of Doolin, and open all year round, we are able to provide a place to stay and rest whilst you journey around this fascinating region of Ireland...
Danaher's Doolin View B&B
Doolin View B&B is located on ay hill offering splendid views onto Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher in the distance. It is ideally located in walking distance to Traditional Pubs & Restaurants...
The eight rooms here are all of a high standard, with power showers and comfortable fittings. Right on the Aille (two rooms have balconies), it has a lovely back terrace for enjoying the views. The restaurant is one of the village's best...
Atlantic View B&B
The perfect spot for guests who want their ocean up close and personal. This modern 12-room lodge is built right near the water, not far from the harbour. Fisherstreet is a five-minute walk.
Doolin Activity Lodge
This impressive purpose-built guesthouse occupies a large compound; the solid stone buildings are quite attractive. There are 14 nicely furnished rooms, some with skylights for watching the rain blow past, as well as self-catering apartments.
Standing sturdy and back from the lane, this two-storey modern farmhouse offers stolid comfort. It has a few trees, too (most don’t). Rooms are large – you can have a king-size bed to roll around in all day.
Sea View House
On high ground right above Fisherstreet village, this big house and its terrace have sweeping ocean views. The common lounge has a telescope for enjoying the vantage point. The rooms have solid mahogany furnishings and DVD players (there's a library).
Nagles Doolin Caravan & Camping Park
Let the nearby pounding surf lull you to sleep at this grassy expanse near the harbour. The 60 sites are open to the elements, so pin those pegs down.
This whitewashed old stone cottage has jaunty blue trim and is located a short walk from the pubs. The four rooms sleep up to three and they are furnished with the locally ubiquitous simple pine furniture...
Near the main Doolin crossroads, this two-storey B&B has views over the rough, grassy country side. The rooms are large; some are good for families. Besides the usual trad Irish breakfast, you can opt for locally smoked salmon or potato waffles.
This charming little old house has a peaceful and friendly atmosphere and is good value. The three rooms vary greatly in size.