Ireland’s delicate rural beauty is one of its main attractions and is also what lures people into wanting to visit the country. To maintain the illusion of quiet country living in Ireland, choosing accommodations must be done with care. Commercial establishments don’t usually give guests that homey country atmosphere. But at the Hyland Burren, there is a little coaching inn that still offers that rustic country feel for visitors who want to feel the laidback charm of Ireland in their stay. Located at the coastal village of Ballyvaughan at the very heart of Burren National Park, the Hyland Burrens Hotel is a cosy hotel that exudes a quaint charm and brings comfort and warm Irish hospitality to visitors. The Hylands, as it is more commonly known, is comfortably styled in the traditional manner. Comfy couches are placed near an open fireplace in the lounges. These rooms are decorated with old memorabilias like photos and maps. The exposed wooden beams gives further warmth to the place. The spacious bedrooms are made more attractive by the emphasis on making them more relaxing. All of the bed chambers are furnished with all the needed facilities. The Hylands Burren Restaurant further maintains that homely appeal by specialising in local seafood dishes, delivered fresh from Ballyvaughan’s harbour. Hyland’s bar also serves food but in a more casual setting. The homey atmosphere still pervades here with a roaring fire to keep the chill away and the friendly villagers ready to tell stories to visitors over a pint. Traditional music is usually played at the bar, which further gives the place that traditional air. The Hylands Burren Hotel is the perfect end-of-the-day stop for tourists who travel by car through Ireland. A car trip is fast becoming a favourite way of touring the country among tourists. Car hire companies have offices in all the airports and offer good car hire packages for tourists.
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