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THINGS TO DO IN ENNIS

Hotel Woodstock in Ennis, County Clare is an ideal base for touring Bunratty, Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. As gateway to the west of Ireland, Hotel Woodstock, Ennis is also convenient to all local Golf Courses including Woodstock Golf Club, located on our estate. The course is protected by several natural lakes, a river, and mature wooded areas. Lahinch Golf Links Course is located nearby.

Historical Castles Daytime Attractions

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The Shannon Castle & Banquets Heritage portfolio has developed over the past 50 years to a total of 7 day visitor experiences and 4 evening entertainments located close to Hotel Woodstock, Ennis

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Whats On In Ennis

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Ennis and County Clare are world famous as the home of traditional Irish music with year round music festivals and trad sessions throughout the town and county. It’s narrow bustling streets and lanes give character and ambiance to the town confirming that it is indeed somewhere very special.

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Santas Workshop At Ailwee Cave

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Along with Mrs Claus and his team of happy Elves, Santa ensures a very special personalised visit for each child to Ailwee Caves. With lots of exciting entertainment for all the family which continues right throughout each day, there is face painting, a puppet show and carnival entertainment.

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Explore The West Of Ireland & Wild Atlantic Way

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Ennis is a tourist centre of major importance and the ideal location for exploring Irelands Wild Atlantic Way, the west of Ireland. The west of Ireland has long been a magnet for writers, artists, playwrights and musicians – all inspired by the soft light, the gentle mists and almost ethereal scenery, so let yourself be enchanted.

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