Lovely place. Oliver's bed and breakfast sits in one of the most beautiful parts of the rugged County Claire - so one of the first important things to note about it is that it can easily be found by (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Maps or GPS. From there, the whole peninsula is just a stone's throw away. Walking out the front door at night we could literally see an old castle, the sun setting over the Atlantic, and the Cliffs of Moher in the near distance. During our 2 day stay at Oliver's we were able to hike the cliffs, surf the beach in the gorgeous nearby town of Lahinch, and see the rocky, otherworldly Burren terrain of this peninsula. Horse riding, traditional sheep herding, and cave tours were some of the other popular and close by attractions, which we unfortunately didn't have time for. The location is truly beautiful.
The small town of Doolin is two kilometers or so downhill from the B&B, and it's not uncommon to see guests from the houses and B&Bs in the area walking down to take in some food and traditional music at one of the pubs there. I believe you could likely walk down from Oliver's place as well if you don't mind walking on the narrow irish roads of Claire County - we had a car, so we just enjoyed the ~3 minute drive. An adventurous guest could even walk through Doolin and access the cliffs from this location, although I'd recommend a bright, clear day and a good pair of shows if you're going this route.
The B&B itself is spotless and new. The amenities are pretty basic, which is all we needed - the room was clean, the shower water was hot, the bed was comfortable, and the windows opened quietly to let in the Ireland night air. Oliver and his crew were very welcoming, and the continental breakfast provided an excellent, simple start to each morning.
Overall a great place, a great value and a great location. Thanks Oliver!