Rose Cottage opened it’s doors in 2001, offering it’s guests luxury Bed & Breakfast accommodation. It is tastefully decorated throughout, and has a beautiful garden to the rear.
The accommodation has been in great demand by guests holidaying in the area, and business people staying overnight.
With its close proximity to the hotels in the area, many of our guests have found it an excellent location to stay when attending events such as a family get-together or a wedding.
The Rose Cottage is a family run business established over 15 years ago. Recently refurbished The Aylmers Rest pub is just next door for drinks, lunches.
Matches shown on big screen 3D TV. 6 bedrooms – tea and coffee making facilities in all rooms. All en-suite. TV and radio available in every rooom Single rooms available.
All food is freshly cooked and prepared on site by the owners and staff at Rose Cottage which is in close proximity to all the hotels in town – for wedding parties etc Car parking space
Co Clare Has Been A Tourist Hotspot For Many Years.
Clare is a premier tourism county in Ireland, with an abundance of scenery from the river Shannon and Lough Derg, in the east to its rugged Atlantic coastline on the west.
Towering cliffs and miles of golden beaches, means there is so much to do and see.
Attractions range from the Burren National Park, the Ailwee Caves, the Cliffs of Moher, and Lahinch Seaworld Centre in the north of the County, to Craggaunowen Bronze Age project, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park in the south east.
Activities include water sports, diving, cruising (incl. day cruises), sea, game and coarse angling, golf, caving, dolphin watching, horse riding, specialist walking and cycling trails and more.
With its range of shops, restaurants, and night life, the central location makes it an ideal touring base.
With so much to see and do in Ennis and County Clare please click on the following links to sites of interest, which will give you a flavor of what awaits you on your visit to the West of Ireland.
08/05/2015 16:43:42 Published By Carmel Daniels