WELCOME to Fergus-View

Fergus View - Bed And Breakfast Accommodation

Mary and Declan Kelleher welcome you to Fergus View, quality Bed and Breakfast  accommodation providers in the internationally famous Burren area of County Clare.

Cuireann Clann Uí Chéilleachair fáilte mór romhat chuig Radharc an Fhorghais.

Fergus View - Burren accommodation

We are located in Kilnaboy (GPS 52.94N and 9.08W) 3 km outside Corofin Village  adjacent to the Burren National Park in County Clare. Bed and Breakfast accommodation at Fergus View has been acclaimed by many national and international travel writers .

"Here you can indulge in the warmest of Irish hospitality . Start the day with Mary's famous breakfast and then explore the beautiful surroundings", Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay.

"Mary and Declan Kelleher like nothing more than to share their love of the Burren with visitors" Karen Brown's World of Travel.

"Mary Kelleher's neat farmhouse makes an hospitable and inexpensive base for exploring this fascinating area and regular visitors will always notice the changes and improvements that she makes each winter" ,Georgina Campell's Ireland

"We too have unforgettable memories of the welcome,the cooking ,the hospitality" ,John and Sally McKenna, The Bridgestone Irish Food Guide

Fergus View - Bed and Breakfast
South easterly view towards Kilnaboy's medieval church and round tower.


Availing of Fergus View's bed and breakfast accommodation in the Burren allows the visitor to enjoy the many spectacular off road walking tracks in the Burren National Park (6km), visit the renowned Cliffs of Moher (24 km) , take a boat trip to the Aran Islands from Doolin (24 km), visit the " Wild Atlantic Way" around Clare's coastline, fish in the local rivers and lakes and take a walk through the historic narrow streets of Ennis, the local regional capital (16 km) . The cities of Limerick and Galway are both within easy driving distance of one hour.

Bed and breakfast accommodation at Fergus View consists of 5 bedrooms, consisting of one family room, one twin room and three double rooms. All rooms are ensuite or have their own private bathroom .

Our special offer Bed and Breakfast accommodation rates for those visiting the Burren are

 €39 per person sharing based on a 1 night stay, bed and breakfast basis

 €37 per person sharing based on a 2 night stay or longer, bed and breakfast basis

On the grounds of Fergus View Bed and Breakfast,Mary has restored an old stone cottage -Tigh Éamoin.

Tigh-Eamoin Outside

Tigh Éamoin has been awarded the highest Irish Tourist Board award of 4 stars for self catering accommodation and presents the visitor to The Burren in Co. Clare with an accommodation option which is both superbly atmospheric of the west of Ireland's 19th Century rural cottage  dwellings  and yet comfortable and well equipped with today's creature comforts of mankind.


Tigh-Eamoin - internal

The accommodation consists of 1 twin bedroom with an adjacent bathroom , a double bedroom ensuite and one further single bedroom thus sleeping up to 5 people. There is also a living room with a stove ,an open plan kitchen and a laundry room in the entrance courtyard. Located on its own private landscaped grounds with ample car parking Tigh Éamoin provides the visitor to the West of Ireland with an attractive alternative to Bed and Breakfast accommodation.


 

Trips out to the National Park, the wider Burren, the Aran Islands, Clare's wild Atlantic coastline.

 

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Contact details for Fergus-View

Contact:Declan Kelleher
Address:Killnaboy

Clare
None
Ireland
Telephone:+353 65 6837606
Mobile:+353 65 6837606
Fax:+353 65 6837192
Email:deckell@indigo.ie
Web page:www.fergusview.com

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