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Emlagh Pod is in Moyasta which is known for the fabulous West Clare Railway and Oyster farming. Poulnasherry Bay is a popular bird watching spot within walking distance from us.
It is just 3.5 miles from Kilkee which is famous for its sandy beaches, Pollock Holes, fabulous cliff walks, restaurants and active night life.

While you stay with us you can walk or cycle the heritage trails. Golf is well provider for with courses in Kilrush, Kilkee and Doonbeg.

Loophead Lighthouse and the Bridges of Ross are a short drive away on the Wild Atlantic Way. There are local restaurants on route for lunch or evening meals to relax after.

Kilrush is a heritage town just 4 miles away from where you can take a scheduled ferry to Scattery Island or visit the Vandeleur Walled Garden.

Doonbeg with its traditional pubs and live music and renowned golf course is only 7 miles from us. We are on the Wild Atlantic Way and the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Doolin are 45 mins drive along the route.


Re-live the Percy French experience and visit Moyasta Junction for railcar trips.

The fully restored famous West Clare Railway, the Sliabh Callan, is stationed here.


Kilkee Waterworld has an indoor swimming pool. Scuba diving, sailing, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, power boating, rock-climbing, and other sports are available in the area.

To chill and relax try a natural seaweed bath, hydrotherapy bath or reflexology at the Kilkee Thalassotherapy Centre.


The Wild Atlantic Wave is available for trips to the Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher. This vessel can also be booked for fishing trips.

Water zorbing and Paddle boating fun for all the family are available on Doonbeg lake which also has a picnic area.


Learn about dolphins in their natural habitat by going Dolphin watching at Carrigaholt.

Carrigaholt Castle stands at the end of the fishing pier overlooking the Shannon Estuary and the harbour.

The Long Way Round provide guided walks and hikes of one of the last truly unspoilt landscapes in Ireland. Join with nature and learn about the history, geology, botany and wildlife of the Loop Head Peninsula.

The Loop Head Lighthouse is located at the tip of the Loop Head Peninsula which is the furthest point west on the Clare coastline.


The Bridges of Ross lie on the western side of a natural harbour (Ross Bay) with views north to the Atlantic Ocean, near the village of Kilbaha.