Glenomra House provides excellent bnb accommodation within walking distance of Ennis town centre (8 mins). It is a large modern home, family run, offering its guests an uncompromising level of service for over 20 years - all bedrooms have private bathroom, tea/coffee facilities, T.V/Wi-Fi free of charge, hairdryers - guests have the use of their own private lounge where they can also watch T.V., browse through the large library of books available, relax and enjoy a pre-dinner drink before heading into town where you will discover the atmospheric medieval streets of this market town - home to many top class restaurants & on-street cafes - Ennis is bursting at the seams with pubs featuring live trad music sessions every night of the week ( one of the best reasons to stay here ). Ennis also has its one regional arts centre, Glor, providing excellence in a diverse range of cultural programming ranging from music, theatre, dance, film, visual art and comedy - something for all the family!
Independently reviewed in many tour & travel books
15 mins from Shannon Airport
8 minutes walk from Ennis town centre
En-suite bedrooms and Tea/Coffee in all rooms
TV in all rooms
Free Wi-Fi & hi-speed internet access in every room
Free Parking in this Town Centre Location
Designated smoking area outside for guests
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A wonderful, warm and welcoming B&B. I would definitely recommend it and would stay there again in the future. The room was lovely and spacious. Breakfast in the morning was wonderful and nothing was too much. we received a lovely warm welcome when we arrived, had a very comfortable stay and were treated extremely well. SSSSS
Steffany Z -
Ireland (August, 2014)
I stayed at the beautiful Gelnomra for 2 nights although I wished I stayed longer. The location is a 10 minute walk from the train/bus station and the town with its cute shops, boutiques, and museum. The host, Mary, was lovely, lively and just plainly wonderful. The room where I stayed is tastefully decorated and comfortable. I truly loved that there was a vanity table making it easy and comfortable to get ready. During breakfast time, you'll find an array of breads, cheeses, lots of fruits, and more. Mary's scones are to die for. I am tremendously pleased with my stay there and cannot wait to go back. All the best to Mary and her B&B. SSSSS
Steffany Z -
United States (August, 2014)
One of The Best B&B or hotels in all I've ever stayed. Beautiful, quiet, clean rooms. Lots of travelling books available to scan around. Good size parking place onsite for car and walk to town about 5-10 minutes. Very very convenient. But the best parts of Glenomra was amazing breakfast with anything under sun you can possibly hope for especially if you look for healthier eating options with plenty of fruits and berries were surprisingly available too and last but not least The host is amazing person who makes you feel so at home. Funny and quirky at its best like only Irish can be.
Many thanks we really enjoyed!
Kirsi Salo -
Finland (August, 2014)
Glenomra House is a beautiful B&B, located close to Ennis citycentre. We loved our stay there, Mary is a lovely and very friendly person! Good breakfast and a beautiful room!
Austria (August, 2014)
I hightly recommend Glenomra for a real Irish bed and breakfast experience! Mary was the perfect host, welcoming, helpful, chatty and interesting, bedroom was beautiful and the house decor had a very calming effect. Breakfast was 5, full Irish along with a great selection of meats, cheeses, fresh fruit etc. and home baked scones! As it happened I left my jacket in the house and Mary kindly posted it on to me. Can't ask for more!SSSSS
Ireland (August, 2014)
We had a wonderful stay at Glenomra. Mary was fantastic, the location was perfect for walking around Ennis and the room was spotless. Loved our experience and can't wait to come again!!SSSSS
Ireland (June, 2014)
Glenomra House was a very lovely bed and breakfast. We only stayed one night but it was a very pleasant experience. It was a short walk into town and it was a 15-20 minute drive to Shannon Airport. So the location was perfect for our last night in Ireland. The breakfast was excellent and our host was delightful.SSSSS
United States (June, 2014)
One of the best places we stayed on our month long holiday, impeccable service, more than you could ask for. Mary was marvellous and went out of her way to look after us, would love to go back some day. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.SSSSS
Australia (June, 2014)
Hemos pasado una amiga y yo este fin de semana en casa de Mery. Hemos quedado encantadas y Mery nos pidió expresamente que pusiéramos las reviews en español así podríamos animar a más gente española a pasara por su casa.
Ella es encantadora, y desde luego hemos quedado muy contentas. La casa es enorme, y con unos jardines grandes también. El servicio excepcional y el desayuno muy abundante y muy rico. Desde luego que volveremos. SSSSS
Ennis is a truly outstanding town, undiscovered by many tourists from overseas - it is situated at the gateway to County Clare, making it an ideal base to make day trips to:
The Burren, Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Beaches at Kilee and Lahinch (famous for surfing enthusiasts), Ailwee Caves, The Aran Islands, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Ireland's most complete and authentic Medieval Castle, and the folk park is a fascinating creation of 19th Century rural Ireland - also at Bunratty Woolen Mills you will find a one stop shop for all things woollen, linen, crochet, glass, souvenir and gifts - no excuse for not finding bringing back that bit of Irish with you!!
Only recently Ennis has become the first town centre in Ireland to be awarded a Purple Flag - an international award which recognises excellence in managing town centre with a focus on night-time economy.
Directions: If you are travelling from Shannon Airport, as you leave take the N19, then take the M18 north (Galway). approx 12 km later take Exit 12 - Ennis, stay on N85 for another 2.5km - you will approach the Clareabbey roundabout, take the 3rd exit, R 458 to Town Centre - follow this road for another km, passing 2 smaller roundabouts en route. After the last roundabout you will see a set of traffic lights ahead, and Glenomra is situated on the right hand side of the road before The Apple Green Petrol Station - always feel free to give me a call if you get loose your way, or roll down the window of your car and ask for directions to St Flannans College, a large grey stone building just directly across the road from Glenomra.
Glenomra House B&B
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