Idyllic Setting

Amazing Location that is within easy reach of nearby Tourist Attractions and key services

Although less than 10 minutes drive from Clare's capital town, Ennis and 25 minutes from Shannon Airport, Strasburgh Manor offers an oasis of peace and tranquility in the West of Ireland countryside.

Set in six acres of mature trees and farmland, with its own attractive private entrance driveway, it is surrounded by a pleasant rural environment. A spacious courtyard with outdoor furniture serves both buildings, offering plenty opportunities for relaxation and socialising.

Tourist Attractions

Strasburgh Manor is an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of County Clare, the Shannon Region and the West of Ireland/Wild Atlantic Way.

It is perfectly situated for an activity-based or touring holiday, or just sheer relaxation.

Co. Clare

Available locally

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

Elsewhere in the county

Your options are limitless when it comes to scenery, tourist attractions and heritage centres.
Choices include:

  • Spectacular Cliffs of Moher and Clare's Wild Atlantic Way coastline from Loop Head to Galway Bay
  • The majestic lunar landscape of the Burren Region of North Clare
  • Golden Atlantic beaches at Lahinch, Spanish Point, Kilkee, Fanore and other locations
  • Mediaeval castles at Bunratty, Knappogue and Bunratty Folk Park, the Craggaunowen Bronze Age Project near Quin
  • Lough Derg, Killaloe and Shannon River waterways to the east
  • Aillwee and Doolin Caves
  • Scattery Island monastic settlement near Kilrush
  • Clare County Museum, Ennis; Genealogical Heritage Centre, Corofin

Activity possibilities include

  • Sea, game & coarse angling
  • Walking trails to suit all capabilities
  • Horse Riding
  • Golf - over 10 magnificent links and parkland courses within easy reach
  • Cycling
  • Diving
  • Caving
  • Water sports
  • Trips to Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher cruise

Night-time entertainment

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

The pubs are also great for having a chat with the locals.

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

Shannon Region

Clare is part of Ireland's Shannon Region. There are many facilities in the other regional counties of Limerick and Tipperary that are easily reached from Strasburgh Manor. These include:

West of Ireland

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 in Ireland South West.

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

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