Who We Are

Our Rates

                        Single Room      Double Room

January - May                       €40                 €60

June - September                €45                 €70

October - December          €40                 €60

25% reduction for children under 12 years. Children under 2 years are free.

Book  5 or more nights and get 1 free night

Contact Us

Phone: 00 353 (0) 65 7072437

 

 

 

           00 353 (0) 86 8494916

Email: reservations@thesiding.ie

About Us

We are a family run b&b offering comfortable and relaxing accommodation for visitors to the Lahinch and the surrounding Burren area.

Ideally situated for visiting the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren National Park, the Aran Islands, Doolin Cave & Ailwee Caves.

Lahinch is a picturesque seaside resort on the Wild Atlantic Way. Popular with surfers, walkers and golfers thanks to the beautiful Liscanor Bay and the renowned Championship Golf Links courses.

Relax in our guest room and enjoy tea & coffee and homemade muffins on arrival.

Enjoy our breakfast and choose from a selection of fruits, home made fruit compotes, muesli,  freshly baked breads and muffins. You can also avail of a wide choice from the hot breakfast including the famous full Irish breakfast.

All rooms are en-suite and have tea and coffee facilities.

Wifi available for those who wish to stay in touch,

Large enclosed garden and private car parking available for guests.

Susan, Douglas and our daughters Alannah & Rebecca look forward to welcoming you into our home!

Testimonials

“Honeymoon Stay” Reviewed yesterday NEW We spent the first couple nights of our Honeymoon in Ireland at The Siding. Susan was amazingly helpful and patient with me as I made arrangements for our trip beforehand. When we got there, she made us feel very welcome. She and Doug have a lovely home and the accommodations were just perfect. Of all the places we stayed in Ireland, The Siding was by far our favorite. We've talked several times about going back to sit in their little breakfast nook and have some of Susan's incredible breakfast while we watch the cows graze in the pasture across the way. To my wife and I, they are shining examples of Irish hospitality. We were there in Oct 2016. I'm sorry it took so long to write this review. We highly recommend The Siding and hope to make it back ourselves one day soon. Stayed October 2016, travelled as a couple Rooms Cleanliness Service
Eric
“Lovely and warm” Reviewed 27 October 2016 My sister and I stayed here on our first night in Ireland and received a wonderfully warm welcome from Susan, who welcomed us with tea and muffins, and her family. Our room was perfectly clean and very comfortable The breakfast was delicious with lots of lovely homemade offerings. We had a nice chat with Susan and her husband Douglas at breakfast. They certainly gave us a terrific introduction to this beautiful country (our first time visiting). Thank you so much! Stayed October 2016, travelled with family
Katily
“Honeymoon Vacation, Delicious Breakfast, Helpful and Friendly Host, Clean and Comfortable Room” Reviewed 10 September 2016 The guest house is conveniently situated near the main road. We had some travel delays and arrived quite late at night; however, Susan, one of the owners, kindly accommodated us. The room and in-suite bathroom were spotlessly clean. The bed was comfortable. Breakfast the next morning was wonderful. Along with all the other wonderful things, the freshly baked muffins, brown Irish bread, homemade granola and fruit compote were absolutely delicious. Before we headed on our way to see the nearby breath-taking Cliffs of Mohor, Susan took the time to answer all of our questions and gave helpful recommendations and travel advice. We greatly appreciated this friendly family and excellent stay! Stayed July 2016, travelled as a couple
Natasha
“Excellent Experience” Reviewed 11 September 2016 My husband and I just stayed here while vacationing in Ireland for 2 weeks. Lovely home, very nice, clean room, welcoming hosts! Breakfast included. Great location in Lahinch- 5 mins into town and only 15 mins to Cliffs of Moher. Would recommend to anyone traveling to Ireland.
Alicia