Latest News

Kilshanny House

Get off the beaten track to a family run rustic village Inn. Sample the flavour of our local village hospitality, warmly welcomed by Ban An Ti, Guiness, home baking, Caint agus craic!See our website for special events throughout the year including our Singing Circle and Jazz nights!Directions: 5km north of Ennistymon. 5km south of Lisdoonvarna and Doolin on the N67
Kilshanny House
Kilshanny House is with Nóirin Lynch and 7 others.Thursday, August 9th, 2018 at 1:48am
There were film makers from Colorado, singers from Canada and storytellers from Clarecastle at the Kilshanny singing circle on Sunday evening to mention just a few. Thanks to bean an tí, Noirin Lynch Music and her lovely guest Máire Ní Chróinín and to all of you who came along sang a song, told a story, encouraged and listened.
Photos: Maryann Stephens
Kilshanny House
Kilshanny HouseWednesday, August 1st, 2018 at 10:43pm
Mark your calendars for this Sunday, August 5th!
It's the Kilshanny singing circle and the bean an tí, Noirin Lynch Music guest singer is Dubliner, Máire Ní Chróinín, who will sing in English and as Gaeilge in her own beautiful gentle style. We are so looking forward to giving Máire Ní Chróinín and all of you a céad míle fáilte and enjoying a lovely evening of songs and stories. It will kick off at 8p.m.
Kilshanny House
Kilshanny HouseFriday, July 20th, 2018 at 6:01am
Two years ago, I happened upon a walk organised by village pub, Kilshanny House, and discovered the beautiful Vales of Kilshanny. It was my lucky day.

This year, something new – a walk with certified herbalist Emma Willcox. Myself and a group of equally eager novices were guided through the backroads of Kilshanny and introduced to the wondrous variety of plant life which reside by the side of the road and in the hedgerows.

Emma’s knowledge of the surrounding flora and the uses to which it can be put instilled a new respect for that which we might normally pass by without a second look.

Afterwards, a warm beverage is offered by Kilshanny House and an optional light lunch can be enjoyed. I recommend the St. Tola's goat cheese and organic salad, all sourced locally and served with Aidan's award-winning brown bread.

Details of the Kilshanny House Foraging Fridays can be found here: http://www.kilshannyhouse.ie/events/, or you can book directly through Emma at 085 729 3572.

I encourage you to join in and discover more about the beauty which we sometimes take for granted. Happy foraging!

Maryann Stephens
Kilshanny House
Kilshanny HouseFriday, July 13th, 2018 at 9:33am
Cashel Travel indulging their senses in our Burren béilíní - light bite tastes of the Wild Atlantic Way at Kilshanny House.
Kilshanny House
Kilshanny HouseTuesday, July 10th, 2018 at 3:12am
Melon cocktail, not bad for starters!
A deliciously light and refreshing appetiser for Cashel Travel foodie lovers from Catalonia.
Photo: Maryann Stephens