Finding us is fairly easy - Lisdoonvarna is a small town!
Or if you have a GPS: N 53.0281, W 9.2922
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Coming from the south (Ennis/Cliffs of Moher/Corofin):
You enter the town via a small bridge, then go up the hill past the Hydro Hotel on your left. You will come to a junction at a small square. On the corner on your left will be a Chinese restaurant. Here you turn left into the road that will bring you past the Roadside Tavern, our own red pub. About 300 m up the road, you will find a carpark on your left where you can leave your vehicle and walk a few metres back to the Smokehouse.
Should you come to a roundabout, you will have missed the turn-off! You will have to turn back and take the next road right.
Coming from the north (Galway, Ballyvaughan):
The N67 will bring you right into the town centre of Lisdoonvarna. You will come to a junction at a small square. On the corner on your right will see a Chinese restaurant. Here you turn right into the road that will bring you past the Roadside Tavern, our own red pub. About 300 m up the road, you will find a carpark on your left where you can leave your vehicle and walk a few metres back to the Smokehouse.
How to get to the Burren Smokehouse by public transport:
As an incentive for using an alternative way of getting to and around the Burren, we offer you a 10% discount on our smoked fish products if you can prove that you used either public transport or some other sustainable way of travelling to Lisdoonvarna (bicycle, horse, feet...).
Coming from the south: Bus Eireann - regional service 350 Ennis to Galway:
starting from Ennis to Lisdoonvarna via Corofin, Ennistymon, the Cliffs of Moher and Doolin (daily service)
Coming from the north: Bus Eireann - regional service 350 Galway to Ennis:
starting from Galway to Lisdoonvarna, via Kilcolgan, Kinvara, Ballyvaughan and Fanore (daily service)
For more information, please go to Bus Eireann.ie.
Another way of getting to us is by Clare Bus.
For more information on getting to Lisdoonvarna and the Burren from outside Ireland, please visit the Burren EcoTourism website.