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Pure Space

Querrin, West Clare

Electric Charge Point

Pure Space is a close-to-nature eco-aware site re-connecting guests with nature on the wild west coast of Ireland.

It offers an escape from busy, complicated lives and attempts to give guests some peace and clarity. It has won many awards in its lifetime, including a gold standard Ecotourism Ireland recognition and an Irish Responsible Tourism award for “Best Small Hotel or Accommodation provider in Responsible Tourism”.

Stay in beautifully decked out self-catering lodges (with electricity), cosy off-grid eco-cabins or canvas bell tents. Pitches available for cyclists or walkers.

Mingle in the fully equipped cosy communal kitchen and experiment with creating your wood-fired pizzas with friends and family. Enjoy a steamy session in the barrel sauna, topped off with marshmallows and star-gazing by the campfire. It sounds like s’more!

Facilities include a communal shower block, a chill-out cabin, DIY outdoor solar showers, a 10-acre native woodland and a stone labyrinth perfect for meditation and reflection.

On-site eco-technology includes an e-car charge point, reed-bed waste treatment system, solar hot water system with wood fire backup, rain-water harvesting system and solar lighting solutions.

There are also on-site yoga and meditation and e-bikes for hire locally.

Kilkee is just 7km from Pure Space, with its blue flag beach, impressive cliff walks, and many good hostelries and restaurants. The fishing village of Carrigaholt is 8km from Purecamping, home to Dolphinwatch Carrigaholt. Carmen’s Riding school is within walking distance, as is the local pier and shore. Loop Head lighthouse is open to the public, only a short drive away, and well within e-bike range.

Good to Know

There is free car parking and an electric charge point on-site. WiFi is available on request for guests in the reception.

About Querrin


The small West Clare village of Querrin, on the southern shore of the Loop Head Peninsula, overlooks the vast expanse of the Shannon Estuary.