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This little gem we found in one of our guide books and it was simply wonderful. We wished we had stayed there as well! Our food and drink was excellently matched and the quality was fantastic. For hearty eaters who like a good quality meal...More
Have stayed in the Wild Honey Inn a number of times with our last visit in early June. As usual everything was at the usual high standard. Room was lovely and Kate as always was friendly, courteous and professional. Food is always superb with some...More
We enjoyed a lovely weekend at The Wild Honey Inn. We had a small room at the top of the house which we felt was expensive at €120 per night. The atmosphere is lovely and everything is spotless and comfortable. The shower is very good...More
Probably one of the best breakfasts ever!! Our hosts were wonderfully magnanimous and we were horribly spoilt. We took a fishing trip, caught mackerel and pulled in lobster, ate extremely well in town and drank extremely well listening to great Irish music.
The Inn is in a quiet area, off a main street and very easy to find. Parking is street only, but there is plenty. It is close to Doolin and the Cliffs, but far enough away so as to avoid the traffic.
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US$135 - US$148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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