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Queens Hotel

Ennis
Co. Clare

Queens Hotel

Comfort and Quality at the Queens Hotel

The Queen's Hotel can be found in the centre of town next to the ruins of the old Friary, founded by the Franciscans in 1242. First established at the turn of the last century, the Queens still retains an old world charm without compromising on comfort or quality. The town of Ennis itself is steeped in history and the Queens hotel is the ideal base from which to explore it, and the surrounding area. Whether you are here to shop, visit historical sites or explore the beauty of the neighbouring countryside, the Queens hotel is a great choice.

Bedroom at the Queens Hotel

Every Modern Amenity in Comfortable Accommodation

Welcoming you with the best of Irish hospitality, the Queens Hotel consists of 52 bedrooms and all are furnished with our guests' comfort in mind. Each featuring bathroom/shower en-suite, satellite TV with video channel, radio, direct dial telephone, trouser press, hair dryer and complimentary tea and coffee tray. Other facilities include modem points, facsimile services, arrangement of tours with local tour operators, dry cleaning/laundry facilities and babysitting services.

Restaurant at Queens Hotel

Dining and Nearby Amneities

The Queen's Café Bar and Bistro offers traditional Irish hospitality combined with sleek European sophistication. Cruise's Bar & Restaurant offers traditional music seven nights a week. The Queen's also has its own night club on the premises with admission to the club at an extra cost for guests.

Ideally suited for the golf enthusiast, there are many golf courses in the area. These include Ennis, Lahinch, Woodstock, Dromoland and Shannon, all within a short drive from the hotel.

The Nearby Cliffs of Moher

Directions

Take N18 from Shannon/Limerick or Galway to Ennis. The hotel is in the centre of Ennis town, next to the ruins of the old Friary.