The Shannon View Bed and Breakfast, is located in the village of Kildysart, County Clare.
It is situated between the towns of Ennis and Kilrush on the coast road R473, with scenic views of the Shannon Estuary. Kildysart is known as the ‘Fishermans Haven’, and is a charming village overlooking the many islands which speckle the Shannon Estuary. Cahill’s Shannon View also has a small traditional pub, with a beer garden.
Cahill’s Shannon View provides B & B accommodation; additionally it can also provide the apartments on a self catering basis on request. Each apartment comprises of a kitchen/dining area, a living room, bath-room and consists of either one or two bedrooms. The apartments are fully furnished with kitchen wear, bed linen, towels, television and electric storage heaters, and access to washing machines and tumble dryer.
The village of Kildysart is a wonderful location for a family friendly holiday, with easy access to "The Wild Atlantic Way". Our village, has a wonderful children’s playground in addition to the shops, pubs, supermarkets, post office, medical centre and an 18th Century Catholic Church. It is within easy access of the beautiful Clare beaches of Kilkee, Spanish-Point and Lahinch. It is also on the door-step to an abundance of famous attractions, The Wild Atlantic Way, The Loop Head Peninsula, the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren National Park, and the Ailwee Caves. The Killimer Car Ferry, is only a 20 minutes drive, and provides visitors with a unique way of entering, the Kingdom County, Co. Kerry, and continuing the route of The Wild Atlantic Way. For golfers there are a plentiful supply of courses, ranging from Kilrush, Kilkee, Ennis, Shannon, Lahinch and the newest course in the county; Doonbeg, at Trump International. This West Clare location is 20 minutes from the county town of Ennis, 40 minutes from Shannon Airport; 50 minutes from Limerick City, and an hour from Galway. Easy access to Ireland’s finest attraction is yours from Cahill’s Shannon View.
Fishing in the Kildysart area consists of lake fishing at Gort Glass Lake which is only three kilometres from the village. Shore angling on the Estuary can also be enjoyed, and it is possible to hook dogfish, congor or bullhuss. Sea angling
can also be enjoyed in the West Clare area.