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All reviews this family run hotel beautiful view enjoyed our stay lovely room excellent stay self catering shannon airport the atlantic ocean stayed for one night two nights wild atlantic way breakfast was excellent b bs family room scones full irish breakfast down the road
We had a very enjoyable stay at the Aran View. Our room was fine....one double bed and one single bed and our bathroom was huge. We requested sea view when we booked and it was worth the small extra fee for the view of the...More
My wife and I eloped in Ireland last September and stayed here for the time we spent there. From the very first moment we arrived we felt so welcome. The room we stayed in was perfect, quite old fashioned but with a modern bathroom. We...More
Aran View was the ideal location for a guy’s 52nd college reunion. Six classmates and 4 spouses were on hand and we were treated wonderfully well during our 5 days. Teresa and Sharon made sure our visit was special and it was. They made everything...More
Myself and my wife come to the Aran View every time we visit Ireland. The location is simply stunning, the surrounding area is beautiful. If you like scenic views then the Aran View doesn't disappoint.
The hotel itself is of very high quality, the rooms...More
Staying at Aran View Country House is an amazing experience: I had a great time there, it was sunny and we could even enjoy some drinks on the terrace before dinner.
The BnB has a vintage charm that makes your experience even more enjoyable and...More
Aran View Country House, built in the georgian period, in 1736, stands on a hill on the coast road commanding one of the finest views of the wild Clare coastline. Facing the Aran View Country House, lie the beautiful …MoreAran Islands just seven miles from Doolin. To the North is the famous Burren landscape and exotic wild flowers. Looking South is the Doolin pier and the begining of the imposing Cliffs of Moher jutting out into the wild Atlantic Ocean. One will never tire of these views of an ever-changing landscape of greens and blues. Each room is indivudally decorated keeping the Georgian feel as much as possible. You can enjoy a glass of wine, while watching some of the more amazing sunset. You can also enjoy Fresh Scones, tea/coffee in the lounge each afternoon. We assure both new and old guest and warmest of hospitality and relaxation, during you stay at the Aran View Country House. Less
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