Located on our family farm, Sea View House is in the centre of Doolin village. Just a few hundred feet from the famous Gus O'Connor's Pub, and the start of the Doolin Cliff Walk. You can relax in the lounge or outside on the large deck, where you can enjoy the amazing views of Fisherstreet village and the Aille river as it flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Anthony's restaurant is next door and it's a short stroll across the bridge to the acclaimed Gus O'Connor's pub or the Ivy Cottage restaurant, where you can enjoy lively Irish music and delicious food each evening. There are four guest rooms at our boutique bed and breakfast, each stylishly decorated with modern features. Our Farm to Table Burren Breakfast is served every morning in our dining room and is the perfect way to start your day in Doolin. In the evening dine out at one of Doolin's great local restaurants, cafés and eateries.
As the name suggests, these two rooms have fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as Doolin village and Doonmacfelim castle. Each room has a luxurious King size bed with crisp white bed linen, and either a comfortable couch or armchair where you can curl up and enjoy your favourite book. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with over sized white fluffy towels and complementary luxury toiletries.
Our Castle View room is on the first floor and has views over the 500 yr old Doonmacfelim Castle and the Doolin countryside. Offering flexible twin or double accommodation for two guests the room is furnished with double and single beds dressed with crisp white bed linen. There is a cosy armchair and the en-suite bathroom has over sized white fluffy towels and complementary luxury toiletries.
A charming and cosy room on the first floor, the Pink Room is one of our favourites. It has a King size bed with luxury mattress dressed with crisp white bed linen. The en-suite bathroom has over sized white fluffy towels and complementary luxury toiletries. From our deck enjoy the views over the Aille River, which flows past the old fishermen's cottages along Fisherstreet on its way to the Atlantic Ocean.