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Wild Honey Inn

Lisdoonvarna, North Clare


Stay at the Wild Honey Inn and dine in a Michelin Star pub. These individually styled rooms are open seasonally from March to October. They offer country chic interiors and are furnished using locally sourced antique and vintage finds. 

All rooms are decorated using luxurious touches including duck-down duvets, Egyptian cotton sheets, hand-woven throws, glossy magazines, free WiFi, TV or digital radio. They have a range of rooms in the old house with beautiful views over the fields and surrounding countryside. The three ground-floor rooms overlook the garden, each with its terrace. All the accommodation has a calm and relaxing feel with comfy beds. 

Breakfast is served in the bright and airy breakfast room which overlooks the garden. The menu consists of local and seasonal produce. Wild Honey Inn was the first pub in Ireland to be awarded a Michelin Star from the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland. Chef/owner Aidan is a classically trained chef with a wealth of knowledge and experience in cooking both in Ireland and abroad. His cooking is light in style but very much informed by the classics. His philosophy is simple, sourcing the finest, freshest seasonal produce from the waters and the wild of Ireland’s natural larder, and cooking them simply to highlight the flavours of the produce.


  • Over the years, Wild Honey Inn has earned a reputation as one of Ireland’s premier food destinations. They hold One Michelin Star from the Michelin Guide UK and Ireland Guide 2022. The inn is also listed in Sunday Times, McKennas Guide Top 100 restaurants 2022. In January 2020, they were awarded a Michelin Green Initiative — for Sustainable Gastronomy.

Food and drink:

  • They are open to the public for dinner, booking is essential.

Good to Know

There is on-street parking and WiFi available.

About Lisdoonvarna


Situated deep in the heart of the Burren is the spa town of Lisdoonvarna, famous for its rich heritage and matchmaking festival.