Eden Hill House is a large, cozy B&B with all the modern amenities. Tucked away on quiet farmland in the rolling hills west of Ennis, Co. Clare. The town centre of Ennis is only a couple of minutes driving away. County Clare is well renowned for its natural beauty, for traditional Irish music and for the hospitality of the people. A short drive can bring you to the stunning Burren limestone hills as well as to the Cliffs of Moher, which are both less than 30 minutes away. Kilkee and the Loop Head Peninsula are also just a 45 minute drive, located in the lesser-known West Clare area have one of the most breath taking cliff sceneries of Ireland.
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Rollaway/extra beds available
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
- Wheelchair accessible
A good and hearty breakfast is served in the homely atmosphere of the breakfast room overlooking the gardens every morning.
From the Buffet Trolley:
- Chilled Juices
- Selection of cereals
- Fresh fruit salad
- Local yogurt
- Mixed fruit, nuts and seeds
- Grilled bacon & fried eggs
- Traditional Irish Breakfast
- Cheese and tomato omelette
- Scrambled eggs with potato waffle
- Grilled kippers with lemon, butter and baked tomato
- Creamy porridge with honey
- Home made brown bread and toast
- Tea and Freshly brewed coffee
On the Map: Ennis is located in County Clare in the west of Ireland, only 20 minutes from Shannon Airport. Ennis lies just off the major N18/M18 motorway that connects the cities of Limerick (to the south) & Galway (to the north).
Ennis is the county town of Clare and is always pleasantly busy. It takes its name from the Irish word “inis” (island) as it is virtually surrounded by the River Fergus on which it sits. Its streets are narrow and attractive, many of them pedestrianized. The Friary at the bottom of Abbey Street, was founded by the O’Briens in the 13th century. Many of its original features survive and it’s well worth visiting. But the main attraction in Ennis is the locals’ obvious love of traditional music. Every May the town hosts Fleadh Nua, an international celebration of Irish culture, while in November, the Ennis Trad Festival is held. But traditional Irish music of the very highest quality is on display in the pubs of Ennis throughout the year. It often seems that those in the town that can’t sing or play an instrument are very much in the minority! The person who recently labeled Ennis the Nashville of traditional Irish music wasn’t far wrong!