Accommodation Along the Wild Atlantic Way

Wild Atlantic Way is a stunning coastal route that winds its way through Ireland’s spectacular landscape. The route is made up of 500 miles of breathtaking scenery and provides plenty of accommodation to explore along the way. Explore the diverse and beautiful west coast of Ireland knowing you have a comfortable and friendly accommodation along the Wild Atlantic Way at the end of your busy day.

Where to stay in Co Clare

The Pipers Rest
1 Killilagh, Doolin, Ireland, V95 F406
The Piper’s Rest bed and breakfast is in the lively fishing village of Doolin, which nestles at the foot of the Cliffs of Moher, directly on the Wild Atlantic Way. Doolin is known for traditional Irish music and two of it's famous music pubs are only a very short stroll away from the B&B.  All rooms at the Pipers Rest are en-suite with tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, filtered water, hairdryers, wi-fi and flat screen TVs with DVD player and Netflix access. There is ample free on-site parking.

Where to stay in Co Donegal

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The Midway Bar and Guesthouse
Main Street, Dunglow, Dunglow, Co. Donegal
Located in the centre of Dungloe, is The Mid-Way Bar, Restaurant and Guesthouse, which we suggest as your base for your vacation in this county. The hostess of these premises, which boasts over 20 rooms for guests, is as typical a Donegal girl as you can find, exuding a natural warm welcome that is a noticeable feature of the people of this county. The Midway boasts its own bar and the food served here is tasty and wholesome. Just the thing after an exhilerating Donegal adventure.