Clare hoteliers urge government to retain 9% VAT rate

Clare hoteliers have welcomed comments today by Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin, TD, that she will continue to seek a further extension of the...

Hospitality providers asked to support ‘Ask For Angela’ campaign

Hospitality providers across County Clare, including bar, restaurant, café and hotel owners, are being invited to help make Clare a safer destination in which...

Top hospitality award for Aillwee Burren Experience

Aillwee Burren Experience in Ballyvaughan has been honoured at the 2022 Irish Hospitality Awards. Aillwee Burren Experience had cause for celebration! Scooping not one but...

Ennis to fly the Purple Flag once again

After a gap during COVID-19 years, when night life everywhere was interrupted, Ennis Purple Flag Committee re-convened last autumn to apply for Purple Flag...

RTÉ’s At Your Service seeking participants for new series

RTÉ’s At Your Service are on the lookout for hospitality businesses in the County Clare area to star in the new series of the...
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Dromoland hosts KPMG Women’s Irish Open

More than 25,000 spectators are expected to attend this week’s KPMG Women’s Irish Open at Dromoland Castle’s 18-hole Championship Course. Supported by the Government and...

Clare Tourism delegation departs for USA

A tourism delegation led by Clare County Council and members of the Clare Tourism Advisory Forum will promote the Banner County as a desirable visitor destination to over 120,000 festival goers at Milwaukee Irish Fest in Wisconsin this weekend.

Burren and Lough Derg among ‘best places to holiday’

The Burren and Lough Derg have been named as two of the ‘20 Best Places to Holiday in Ireland 2022’ and both are now in the running for the overall title following the publication of the long list of contenders at the weekend.