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The Abbey Tavern
A historic building that now contains a bistro restaurant, a pub bar, and guest rooms in the heart of County Clare. The Abbey Tavern is situated just 6 miles east from Ennis town, and only 19 miles from Shannon airport, making it a desirable location beautifully positioned opposite the Quin Abbey ruins. The building has revelled in business in Quin since 1800, and its restoration has allowed it to continue with this tradition as an important place for both locals and tourists. There are many local attractions surrounding the Abbey Tavern, from the historical Quin Abbey, the geological Ailwee Caves, and recreational activities such as fishing, horse riding, and a golf course.
The bistro restaurant is characterised by its authentic stone walls, and a menu that draws inspiration from the finest local produce, and has a capacity to suit virtually every occasion from casual snacks to celebratory events; a light snacks menu, lunch menu, and an evening meal menu are available. Alternatively the bar is the ideal environment to indulge in traditional Irish coffee or a pint of Guinness; huddled around the open fire and socialising with the friendly locals. Or why not stay a night or two in their bed and breakfast style accommodation that comprises of 10 luxury guest rooms; all of which have been decorated to an impressive standard and boast panoramic views over the Quin Abbey ruins.