Hostel will reopen on May 1st for 2018 season. Bookings can be made from our website from Jan 1st 2018 for new season. Groups should email enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. June specials - Stay 2 nights and get 3rd night free or get 20% off when staying two nights in June. Discounts applied on arrival at hostel. Excludes bank holiday weekend.
Whether it’s B&B, self-catering, or hostel-type accommodation for individuals, couples, families or groups, Clare’s Rock has something for everyone!
Clare’s Rock is the Burren National Park hostel, by the Wild Atlantic Way. We are the only hostel in the high Burren. We are only a five minutes drive from the “Wild Atlantic Way” and beside the beautiful Burren National Park.
No booking fees on our website… and best prices guaranteed! Book now and pay later.
- Beds from €15/night
- Private double rooms from €54/night
We are the only hostel in the high Burren and specialise in group accommodation.
Clare’s Rock (The Burren National Park Hostel) is located just off the Wild Atlantic Way in the village of Carron/Carran, on the Burren Way, and is central to many of the best walking trails, including the Carron loop, the Nature Reserve at Mount Carran, and the Mulloughmore National Park. Maps and information of all the Burren walks are available at the hostel and are free to residents.
We are within walking distance of all the major attractions including Poulnabrone Dolmen, Caherconnell and Cathair Chomain stone forts, the National Park at Mulloughmore, and are only a short drive from Aillwee Cave and the Cliffs of Moher. The Michael Cusack Centre,Hazel mountain chocolate, and The Burren Perfumery also only a few minutes drive away.
Cassidy’s pub and restaurant is only 200 metres from the hostel.
In the peaceful surrounds of the Burren we can guarantee an enjoyable stay, in clean and comfortable en-suite rooms.
Our environmental credentials
At Clare’s Rock we’re not ECO to be different. We’re ECO to make a difference!
We have installed a wind turbine for electricity supply and electric heating. This, along with our solar panels for hot water heating, makes us self-sufficient in all our energy needs.