Only a short gentle stroll from the centre of Doolin village with its traditional bars, live Irish music and fabulous restaurants, Doolin View B&B provides luxury Bed & Breakfast accommodation combined with rural charm.  You will experience the peace and tranquility of Irish country living when you stay at Doolin View B & B and our warm hospitality and welcome to everyone brings many visitors back for future visits.

We have five beautiful en-suite guest rooms individually decorated to give a nod to the famous Irish authors of the past; Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, George Bernard Shaw, W.B. Yeats, and James Joyce.  These rooms offer modern luxury with rustic rural charm.  You will wake up refreshed and enjoy views of the ocean and the Cliffs of Moher.  We aim to provide a real home from home to make your stay as welcoming and as relaxed as possible.

Make Doolin View Bed & Breakfast your accommodation destination and enjoy a truly relaxing memorable break in the wonderful, calm atmosphere of this stunning property and its fabulous location.

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      We had a wonderful stay in Doolin View early October 2019. Our choice of accommodation was spot on. The room and bathroom were clean, tidy and comfortable. The bed gave a really good sleep. Breakfast gave a real jump start for the day, the need for lunch was only in afternoon hours. Delicious food!
    The owner couple are helpful people and really take care of their business. My wife and I really happy about our stay here!

    thumb Teemu S
    10/12/2019

      Doolin View is a lovely B&B located just a short walk from the amazing pubs of Doolin. The setting is pastoral, with the surrounding fields home to cows and horses. You can see the Cliffs of Moher in the distance, and the sun setting into the sea is most lovely. Our room and en-suite bath were both comfortable and attractive. The room was very quiet and immaculately clean. It’s a 5-8 minute walk down a quiet country lane to McDermott’s a lively pub with unbelievably delicious meals and wonderful live Irish folk music. Everyone was friendly, funny and hospitable (like most in Ireland!) The breakfast at Doolin View was made to order (you select from a menu the night before). Our breakfast was delicious and hearty. There was great conversation with other guests in the sunny dining room. Sandy, the proprietor, is a lovely, knowledgeable and friendly young lady, and her son Conner, is a delight. I would definitely stay at Doolin View again. My wife and I are seasoned travelers with exacting tastes, and we consider our night in Doolin to be one of the highlights of our trip to Ireland. Be sure to visit the Aran Islands. Due to time constraints, we visited the smallest and closest island, Inisheer. Arriving on the 10:00 am ferry and leaving at 13:45, we had plenty of time to explore this beautiful island AND have an amazing lobster lunch at Radharc an... Doolin View is a lovely B&B located just a short walk from the amazing pubs of Doolin. The setting is pastoral, with the surrounding fields home to cows and horses. You can see the Cliffs of Moher in the distance, and the sun setting into the sea is most lovely. Our room and en-suite bath were both comfortable and attractive. The room was very quiet and immaculately clean. It’s a 5-8 minute walk down a quiet country lane to McDermott’s a lively pub with unbelievably delicious meals and wonderful live Irish folk music. Everyone was friendly, funny and hospitable (like most in Ireland!) The breakfast at Doolin View was made to order (you select from a menu the night before). Our breakfast was delicious and hearty. There was great conversation with other guests in the sunny dining room. Sandy, the proprietor, is a lovely, knowledgeable and friendly young lady, and her son Conner, is a delight. I would definitely stay at Doolin View again. My wife and I are seasoned travelers with exacting tastes, and we consider our night in Doolin to be one of the highlights of our trip to Ireland. Be sure to visit the Aran Islands. Due to time constraints, we visited the smallest and closest island, Inisheer. Arriving on the 10:00 am ferry and leaving at 13:45, we had plenty of time to explore this beautiful island AND have an amazing lobster lunch at Radharc an Chaislain B&B, located near the old tower in the center of the island. One of our best travel days EVER! More

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    9/21/2019

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