Aran View Country House Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
Photos of Aran View Country House Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Aran View Country House Hotel Doolin
Travel Blogs from Doolin
Went to the pub down the street from our B&B to have a few or more pints and listen to music. There is a 4 person Instrumental band playing traditional Irish music. We just saw a man with one leg sing 3 Irish songs without any music in the background and the whole bar was moved to sing along. (Edited by Sam because the original author had one too many ...
A quick lunch in the quaint little town of Kilrush . . . Sunday so not much open and all the locals were out for dinner & the big game!
Next stop, Doolin. We found our B&B without any difficulty, checked in and then walked out for an end-of-drive cocktail. ...
... There is so many old and ancient buildings littered throughout Ireland that the Irish have no qualms about re purposing ancient monuments as pastures and fields. There are steps over the wall that we take to enter the field and look at the one room church, with the stars as it's roof. The first few sprinkles go unnoticed, but quickly they turn to all out deluge. We run through the grassy field, careful to side step cattle dung, climbing over a cattle grate-the shortest ...
I had the "traditional loin of bacon with cabbage" and mashed potato, and Ron had roast beef with veg and mash. He also had mussels as a starter - interesting as the shell was very black, and the whole shell would have been about 1/2 to 3/4 the size of one of our mussels, never mind the shell. We joked and said he needed a finder's fee to find the mussel, but they were delicious. I was trying to find ...
... from top to bottom with dizzying wallpaper and over-sized arm chairs. It was a cool hotel and definitely would recommend it to anyone staying in Dublin.
We just walked down towards the City Center to find a bite to eat but by this time it was nearly 10pm and strangely much to our chagrin everything closes rather early, pubs stop serving dinner around 9pm. So we grabbed some pizza and headed back to the hotel and called it a night.