Nestled on the South shore of Galway Bay in the picturesque village of Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, the Hyland’s Burren Hotel is surrounded by the wild splendor of the Burren scenery. This breathtaking village is an artists haven, reflecting the charm of the bygone days. At the Hylands Burren Hotel you will experience a real Irish welcome, which is reflected in the flickering turf fries and warm laughter. Combining old world charm & hints of modern flair there is something for everyone in the magical place. The hotel’s relaxing atmosphere matched by quality service and standard is what makes the Hylands Burren Hotel so special and attracts guests to repeatly return to the hotel again and again.
All guest rooms at The Hyland’s Burren Hotel are charming and tastefully modernised. The hotel has twenty nine en-suite bedrooms, many with splendid views of the wild Burren landscape and guests can enjoy excellent dining facilities and cusine and a public bar which is popular amongst local and regularly frequented by traditional Irish musicians and artists. The hotels Traditional bedrooms situated in the oldest part of the hotel above the main bars and restaurant, which date back to the Mid 18th Century.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Double Bed or Two Single Beds
- Hair Dryer
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Room Service
The Burren Bar’s Extensive local Seafood menu is popular among County Clare diners. The Burren Bar menu is served daily from 12.00pm to 10.00pm offering fresh local Seafood and catch of the day; simply prepared and very fresh, “just as it was done years ago”. This hotel is renowned the world over for it’s superb Local Seafood which attracts people from the five continents. Enjoy the finest local oysters taken with Catherine’s home baked brown bread & ccones, washed down with pints of Guinness. Simply said, sit back with a pint of the black stuff and enjoy the story telling and traditional Irish musicians that are synonymous with the Hylands Burren welcome.
On the Map: Ballyvaughan village is situated in northern County Clare, in the heart of the Burren Region, and close to Ireland’s west coast. The village is accessed via the N67 road that connects the cities of Lisdoonvarna (to the west) & Kinvara (to the east).
Ballyvaughan is the ideal place for almost everybody: those who look for peace and tranquility in their holidays, those who look for traditional music and old pubs, for archaeologists, botanists and fishermen. Families will enjoy the safety of the beach in Bishopsquarter, surfers will love the waves in Fanore. Hillwalking and cycling are among the most popular pastimes among locals and tourists alike. It is also a great base for exploring some of the best known landmarks of Ireland – The Cliffs of Moher, Poulnabrone Dolmen and Alliwee Caves to name but a few.