Atlantic View Bed and Breakfast

Cliffs of Moher Road, Liscannor, County Clare, Province of Munster, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Cliffs of Moher Road, Liscannor, is near Cliffs of Moher, Doolin Cave, Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, and Kenny Woollen Mills Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Liscannor

    Still Incredible

    A travel blog entry by bwells on Jan 30, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... So we did, and even set a trend! The rest of the tourists were coming down to join us on the ledge! Right after we got back on the main path we notice a security guard come over and wave everyone else to get off of the rock...we made it just in time! Then after a quick hour at the cliffs it's off to Bundoran with Stephen where I'll be staying tonight to go surfing in the mornin...cause how many people can say they've been surfing in ...

    The Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by leisa-stephen-b on Aug 08, 2013

    6 comments, 2 photos

    Liscannor is a tiny little villiage with two pubs ( one is excellent) a service station/ grocer and some houses. We have views of the Atlantic ocean from our room (if you lean out of the window). The amazing thing about this villiage is the Cliffs of Moher. A 13km walk along the cliffs was stunning. We then ended up at the the tourist Centre for the cliffs which was full of cars ...

    Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by susanpatrice on May 04, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... off the cliff. It took me many tries to get up enough nerve to get close to the edge. Truth be told I more crawled toward the edge than actually walked. Some people actually hung their feet over the edge. Brave souls.

    One of the sweetest moments was listening to a man play the harp. Beautiful Irish music that was perfect for the moment. Ireland is full of beautiful music. It seems to be everywhere. ...

    The cliffs and onwards

    A travel blog entry by tonkin on May 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... visit to the Cliffs of Moher.


    We left due East across the mainland of Ireland as we slowly made our way to Belfast and the ferries to Scotland. Along the way we stopped at Clonmacoise which is a dreary little old monastic settlement in the middle of nowhere.

    Built in the 11th century by a determined little group of monks it was destroyed and rebuilt and attacked over thirty times by a range of enemies including the Normans, the Vikings and other Irish over ...

    Living P.S. I Love You

    A travel blog entry by amandajoy09 on Oct 20, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... take a bus tour of the countryside. Guess what? She was right. Our primary reason for going to Galway was to take a bus tour. The town itself was cute, located near a river/lake/pond/some kind of body of water, and catered to college students because it's a university town, but I preferred Dublin. I really couldn't tell you why; the atmosphere was just more my style! Still, the food was fabulous (I think I ate Guinness stew every day) and the night life was an ...