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Guidebook for Liscannor

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Guidebook for Liscannor

Drinks & Nightlife
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Kenny's Bar
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In the limestone village of Liscannor on the fringe of the Burren, a cosy Victorian pub with a blazing hearth. Like so many pubs, P.J. Egan's is a secure winter refuge from real life, with dusty old wine bottles as decoration, wide, wooden armchairs for corpulent drinkers and light bulbs thoughtfully sprayed orange to spare customers that anaemic look intoxication occasionally entails.
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Egans Pub
14 Main St
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In the limestone village of Liscannor on the fringe of the Burren, a cosy Victorian pub with a blazing hearth. Like so many pubs, P.J. Egan's is a secure winter refuge from real life, with dusty old wine bottles as decoration, wide, wooden armchairs for corpulent drinkers and light bulbs thoughtfully sprayed orange to spare customers that anaemic look intoxication occasionally entails.
Parks & Nature
The Cliffs of Moher are an absolute must-see while in Ireland and, as the most visited natural attraction in the country, they are within walking distance of the cottage.
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Cliffs of Moher
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The Cliffs of Moher are an absolute must-see while in Ireland and, as the most visited natural attraction in the country, they are within walking distance of the cottage.
Visitors are all welcome to the Burren National Park. It is a place of tranquillity and quiet. There are five marked walking trails in the Park that take you through many different fascinating and beautiful habitats, such as species-rich limestone grasslands, hazel/ash woodlands , limestone pavements and for some reason tropical wild flowers. The Burren National Park is 15 km2 (1500 hectares) in size and is located in the south-eastern corner of the Burren upland region which extends over 360 km2. It was established in 1991 and is Ireland’s fifth and smallest National Park
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The Burren
2 Church St
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Visitors are all welcome to the Burren National Park. It is a place of tranquillity and quiet. There are five marked walking trails in the Park that take you through many different fascinating and beautiful habitats, such as species-rich limestone grasslands, hazel/ash woodlands , limestone pavements and for some reason tropical wild flowers. The Burren National Park is 15 km2 (1500 hectares) in size and is located in the south-eastern corner of the Burren upland region which extends over 360 km2. It was established in 1991 and is Ireland’s fifth and smallest National Park
Food Scene
Experience the fine dining of Vaughan's Anchor Inn, with all ingredients cooked from fresh. It is a warm welcoming family run restaurant & pub with professional staff and the best in Irish produce. Award winning head chef, Denis Vaughan takes pride in every meal prepared, and the menus reflect this.
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Vaughans Anchor Inn
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Experience the fine dining of Vaughan's Anchor Inn, with all ingredients cooked from fresh. It is a warm welcoming family run restaurant & pub with professional staff and the best in Irish produce. Award winning head chef, Denis Vaughan takes pride in every meal prepared, and the menus reflect this.
Essentials
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SuperValu Ennistymon - Fitzpatrick's
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Sightseeing
Loop Head Lighthouse overlooks the Atlantic Ocean in west Clare as it has done for over 340 years. The lighthouse station is the major landmark on the northern shore of the Shannon River. Its cliff top position affords 90m high views of the sea down to Kerry Head and Dingle across the Shannon and up the Clare coast and to the Cliffs of Moher in the north.
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Loop Head Lighthouse
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Loop Head Lighthouse overlooks the Atlantic Ocean in west Clare as it has done for over 340 years. The lighthouse station is the major landmark on the northern shore of the Shannon River. Its cliff top position affords 90m high views of the sea down to Kerry Head and Dingle across the Shannon and up the Clare coast and to the Cliffs of Moher in the north.