Sheedy’s Country House is a small family owned and managed house, situated in the village of Lisdoonvarna, on the edge of The Burren. Originally a stone farmhouse, John’s great grandmother Alice opened the house to guests in the 1930’s. John and Martina now take great pleasure in continuing on this tradition. Set in its own gardens and amongst the breathtaking scenery of The Burren, Sheedy’s Country House enjoys a perfect location. The original house dates from the 17th Century and is the oldest house in the village of Lisdoonvarna. The Cliffs of Moher are just 8 minutes away. Doolin, Aillwee Caves, Lahinch and Doonbeg Golf Courses are all within a short driving distance. The Burren Way offers the perfect opportunity to breath in the fresh Atlantic air and unwind the mind.
All guestrooms have been individually designed and comfort is guaranteed. Crisp white linens, fluffy white towels & luxury toiletries combine with thoughtful colour schemes and lavish soft furnishings to create an atmosphere of unhurried luxury.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Power Showers
- Cozy Sitting Areas
- CD Music System
- Tea &Coffee Making Facilities
- Luxury Gilcrest and Soames Toiletries
- Complimentary Mineral Water
- Broadband available in the Library
Dining is an essential part of your stay at Sheedys. We offer an A La Carte dinner menu in our small, informal Restaurant. We also offer a menu in our Bar each evening.
Head Chef John’s cooking has been awarded 2 Rosettes for food from the AA’s for the last 9 years. His cooking was also awarded “Best Breakfast in Munster 2004” from Georgina Campbell Guide. All dishes are freshly cooked to order and John sources as many ingredients as possible from local artisan suppliers.
We grow a variety of vegetables and herbs in our Potager Garden. Our Restaurant is recommended by the Good Food Guide, Good Hotel Guide, Fodors and Michelin.
On the Map: Lisdoonvarna is located in north County Clare in the west of Ireland. The town is accessed via the N67 road that connects the cities of Ennistymon (to the south) & Kinvara (to the northeast).
Lisdoonvarna has been a spa town since the 19th century and today the Spa Wells Centre features sulfur baths, massage, saunas and other health facilities. The town is best known now for its Bachelor Festival in September founded to find wives for lonely farmers, who came here after the harvest was over and before winter set in. It’s an attractive little place, with interesting shops and a choice of places to stay. You can see how local salmon is smoked and buy some to take home at The Burren Smokehouse in the town. At Lisdoonvarna you are on the edge of the Burren, one of the most unique landscapes in Europe which covers over 100 square miles and is truly a remarkable place.