Welcome To Clareville House Bed & Breakfast
We are situated in East Clare in the beautiful village of Tuamgraney, adjacent to Scariff and close to Killaloe.
We are in the middle of Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands and beside the Lough Derg Blueway, just 40 minutes from Shannon International Airport.
Our location is perfect for a relaxing break or a holiday full of activity.
East Clare is famous for its rolling hills and fish filled lakes. We are fortunate to have many marked walk ways and any visit to East Clare must include a night out listening to traditional Irish music while you enjoy the local food.
Clareville House Bed & Breakfast is run by Teresa Browne.
– Open All Year
– 4 Star Failte Ireland & AA Approved
– Free Wifi
– All Major Credit Cards Accepted
– Free Parking & Storage Space
– Travel Cot & High Chair
– TV & Tea/Coffee Tray In All Bedrooms
– Ironing Board & Trouser Press
– Lounge/Library With Multi Channel TV
– In-House Taxi Service
– Early Breakfast Available
– Special Diets Catered For
– Ideal Touring Base
– Recommended On Trip Advisor
– Adjacent To Pubs/Restaurants
– Free Tourist Information
Teresa’s husband Derek supports the business by providing Day Trips and Tours. Derek also runs a Local Taxi Service.
We cater for Walking Groups and provide walking maps free.
We also cater for a variety of outdoor activities such as Fishing, Golf, Boating / Water Based Activities, Cycling etc.
Teresa has a vast knowledge of this hidden part of Ireland and this is very useful when “Tracing Your Roots” or just enjoying your holiday/break here in wonderful Co. Clare.
Award winning Clareville House Bed And Breakfast is well known for its luxurious bedrooms and famous for its delicious breakfasts. Staying here is something special. We are very particular about the source of our foods and truly believe in using local produce where possible and when in season
What People are Saying
“Teresa was so accommodating and took us in with warmth. The room was immaculate and cosy and very good value for money. It was quiet and private. The breakfast was delicious and of a very high standard.. I would highly recommend this lovely place.”
John U.S.A. – TripAdvisor
“I visit Ireland everything 3-4 months to see family and every time I stay with Teresa and her husband for the past 15 years. I’ve always found them to be very friendly and accommodating with transport and services. There is a high standard of cleanliness and I appreciate the trouble free nature and reliability of the stay. Not to mention the excellent full Irish breakfast available!”
Mick U.K. – TripAdvisor
“This was my first time in County Clare to visit some relatives. I had the loveliest time staying here! The standard of service provided was excellent from Teresa and her husband. The breakfasts are without doubt a highlight, excellent selection and variety. They offer a lot of knowledge of the area and are able to provide recommendations for around town.”
Kate, Dublin – TripAdvisor
“My stay here felt like home Teresa and Derek are welcoming and so accommodating. The rooms are beautiful and extremely clean, breakfast was nicer than a five star hotel. Teresa provided tips for local sites and all restaurants recommended were excellent. I addition to the B&B Derek provides cab service. All prices were reasonable and I found lower than other rates during my stay in Ireland.”
Mary U.S.A. – TripAdvisor
Our News And Events
We try to keep you up to date with what’s happening in East Clare.
Catholic Mass Rocks, like this one here at Ballydonaghane, Bodyke, Co Clare, are an important and emotive emblem of Irish Catholic History. A Mass Rock (Carraig an Aifrinn in Irish) was a rock used as an altar in late 17th and 18th century Ireland as a location for...read more
The Brian Boru Oak Tree is over 1,000 years old and still growing.!!! Standing majestically on its own, this famous tree has long been associated with the last High King of Ireland who was born nearby. The tree is reputedly over 1,000 years old, was possibly planted...read more
The Lime Kiln in Tuamgraney is located beside the roadway to Reddan’s Quay. It was built in 1913 to provide lime for the Raheen Estate & other local farmers and operated until the 1950’s. Quicklime or burnt lime, as it was also known, would have been used...read more