Located in Ballyvaughan in County Clare, on the Wild Atlantic Way driving route, Drumcreehy House is a delightful country style home, boasting superb views of Galway Bay and the surrounding Burren landscape. Open fires, antique furnishings, tasteful décor and a friendly and personal service by conscientious hosts, serve to make any stay both enjoyable and memorable. Twelve en-suite bedrooms are decorated with old world charm and equipped with all modern conveniences (hairdryer, direct dial telephone, digital TV and complimentary WiFi). Some rooms enjoy magnificent sea views while others overlook the splendour of the Burren hinterland. There is an extensive continental buffet and a choice of 8 delicious cooked breakfasts in a relaxed and homely atmosphere. Guests can relax by the open fire and enjoy complimentary tea or coffee or enjoy a glass of wine in the cosy honesty bar where tales are exchanged with fellow travellers. The property is located in the small fishing village of Ballyvaughan and is surrounded by many attractions including the Burren National Park, Aillwee Cave, Cliffs of Moher and Poulnabrone Dolmen.