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Strasburgh Manor is an ideal window to the magical Co. Clare - which is part of the exciting Shannon Region, and to many other parts of the West of Ireland.

It is located just 16 miles from Shannon International Airport and less than three miles from historic Ennis, the capital town of Clare.

Strasburgh Manor is perfectly situated for an activity-based or touring holiday, or just sheer relaxation, in the spectacular West of Ireland. Your accommodation combines 'old-world' charm, including cedar beams and traditional stone fireplaces, with superb modern amenities.


  • Sea, game & coarse angling
  • Specialist walking trails
  • Horse Riding
  • Golf - there are over 10 magnificent links and parkland courses
    within easy reach

  • Cycling
  • Diving
  • Caving
  • Water sports
  • Cruising




Co. Clare is famous for traditional Irish music and, from Strasburgh Manor, you can readily experience this great tradition in character-filled pubs throughout the county.


Medieval banquets, a wide range of attractive restaurants, and many different cultural and community festivals also offer plenty of entertainment options.


Strasburgh Manor is ideally placed for touring the wider West Coast of Ireland, being centrally located between the spectacular Connemara region in Ireland West and the picturesque areas of Killarney and the Ring of Kerry etc. in Ireland South West.

For further information on the attractions of Co. Clare, the Shannon Region and West of Ireland, see:


Within the immediate vicinity of Strasburgh Manor, you can enjoy leisurely rural walks, mountain climbing, trout and salmon fishing.




The many delights of famed Co. Clare are on your doorstep. From the majestic River Shannon and Lough Derg, which form its eastern boundary, to the rugged Atlantic coastline with its towering Cliffs of Moher and golden beaches in the west, the county is yours to explore.




Natural attractions like the wondrous, lunar-like Burren landscape and the dramatic Aillwee Cave are within a short drive, as are a multitude of interesting historical centres such as 15th century Bunratty Castle & Folk Park and the Craggaunowen Bronze Age Project.