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At Armada Hotel, guests can enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of West County Clare on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.  The breathtaking Atlantic views will leave guests awestruck and the cool salt breezes will excite an appetite for the abundance of local seafood. Almost all of the contemporary and spacious guestrooms include a stunning seaview and all are furnished to a very high standard. The hotel is only a short driving distance to the renowned Lahinch & Doonbeg golf courses and to some of Ireland’s most popular visitor sites such as the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and the Aran Islands.

All guestrooms at the Armada Hotel are designed for a purely luxury experience. Each room has something extra special – from feather and down duvets to wide, expansive window to take advantage of the fabulous ocean views. Luxuriate with provided spa-quality body washes and crèmes before stretching out on a soft bed with crisp white linen.  From the standard rooms to the newly launched Wild Atlantic Suites, the Armada focuses on providing an extravagant stay for everyone.

  • Room service (limited hours)
  • Free newspaper
  • In-room climate control
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • Air conditioning
  • Free bottled water
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Private bathroom
  • Free toiletries
  • Hair dryer
  • Shower/tub combination

The Pearl Restaurant
The Pearl Restaurant offers an unforgettable dining experience. For breakfast, guests may enjoy a hot or cold buffet, featuring local free range eggs and meats as well as home baked breads topped with jams and preserves from Armada’s exclusive pantry. Later, Executive Chef Peter Jackson and his team combine wild, seasonal and local produce to serve the best dinner West Clare has to offer.

 

The Ocean Bar:
At the Ocean Bar and Bistro, guests can stop and take in the breathtaking views on the Ocean Terrace while enjoying a breakfast and coffee or a carvery lunch, with bar food served every day. If you’ve got an event in mind, BBQ celebrations are offered on the terrace for any occasion.

 

Johnny Burkes Bar
Any local will tell you, there’s something very special about the cozy, traditional Irish bar, steeped in history and local culture – and that’s exactly what Johnny Burkes is. Enjoy the perfect pint whilst sitting around the warmth of a wood-burning fire. Visitors can enjoy live music on most nights and often some impromptu sessions when none are scheduled. During the annual Armada Set Dancing Week, Johnny Burkes provides a truly local atmosphere to get a feel for the magic that is West Clare.

Spanish Point

On The Map: Spanish Point is located in County Clare on the west coast of Ireland. The seaside village is accessed via the R478 road, which loops from the N67 connecting Lahinch to the northeast, and Kilkee to the southwest.

Spanish Point takes it’s name from the unfortunate Spanish who died here in 1588, when many ships of the Spanish Armada were wrecked during stormy weather. Those who survived the wrecking and sinking of their ships and made it to land were executed by Sir Turlough O’Brien of Liscannor and Boethius Clancy, High Sheriff of County Clare at the time. Nowadays Spanish Point is a lot more welcoming to visitors! Holiday-makers enjoy the beach and seaside activities that are available here during the summer, swelling the local population each year. Spanish Point is one of County Clare’s lesser known beaches, making it an attractive spot to visit all year round – especially for those seeking scenic beauty, peace and tranquillity.

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