• Serving Shannon / Ireland
    Shannon Airport

4.8 mi from SNN airport

Guest Score:based on 276 reviews
  • Amenities: Garden, Non-smoking rooms, Free parking, Internet services, Heating, Luggage storage, WiFi, Free WiFi, Non-smoking throughout, Special diet menus (on request), On-site parking, Private parking, WiFi available in all areas
  • Check in time: 13:00
  • Check out time: 11:00

About the Bunratty Villa B&B

With views of the emerald pastures and tree-lined lanes of County Clare, Bunratty Villa Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located off the N18. Although tucked away in a peaceful rural setting, the villa is less than 10 minutes from Shannon Airport and four miles from the town of Shannon. The charming, spacious villa offers six rooms, several of which have views of a picturesque horse pasture and a stream leading to the Bunratty River. The B&B’s luxury rooms feature en suite bathrooms equipped with hairdryers and conveniently located electrical outlets. The spacious rooms are nicely furnished with plush beds, satellite televisions, clock radio/alarms, tea and coffee making facilities and wireless Internet access. Known for its welcoming hospitality, Bunratty Villa provides its guests with free parking, menus from area restaurants, dining reservations at local establishments and picnic tables on the patio. The quaint guest lounge offers breakfast served from 8 to 10 a.m. daily. The generous menu includes items such as an Irish Breakfast, pancakes, salmon, scones, homemade brown breads, fruits, yogurt and cereals. A quick 10-minute walk takes guests to Bunratty Village and one of Ireland’s most-visited sites, historic Bunratty Castle. Adjacent to the castle, visitors can explore Irish life of the 19th century at the Folk Park. The folk park is a living history museum featuring buildings and cottages reconstructed and furnished with historic accuracy. Other notable sites include Knappogue Castle and nearby Shannon’s Craggaunowen. Craggaunowen is a living museum highlighting Irish life in pre-historic and early Christian eras.