Inspired by the Burren..

Experience a taste of the Burren with our much loved Big Burren Breakfast, dine in our restaurant, Anthony’s, enjoy a nice glass of vino, a cocktail or creamy pint of Guinness, or pick up a local roasted coffee, artisan picnic or lunch pack at The Burrow.

Doolin Inn is a 22 bedroom modern country house & restaurant in the heart of Doolin and the Burren, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Located at the start/finish of the Cliffs of Moher Walking Trail it is the ideal place to catch a quick snack, an espresso, or pick up a picnic for your day’s adventure. In the evening catch a sunset on the terrace, dine in our spacious restaurant and catch up with friends or sip a glass of wine or hot chocolate by the stove fire with a good book.

– Recommended in Georgina Campbell’s Guides for 2021 & 2022 
– Anthony’s ranks in top 10% of restaurants in the world in Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2022

Food & Drink Service Times

Anthony’s is open to guests and the public. Pre-booking recommended for dinner, walk-ins welcome.

Dinner: 7 days 3pm – 11.30pm (last food order 9pm)

Live Music: Nightly, starts just after 6pm
Open Sunday Session – weekly, 3pm – 5pm

Breakfast: Daily – no booking required, from 8am – 11am

The Burrow: Open daily, 8am – 4pm

big burren breakfast

fuel up for a day of adventure

dinner & live music in anthony's

the best of local produce on your plate

the burrow

fuel up with local Burren coffee, sweet treats & street food

hikers picnic & packed lunch

pre-order a lunch for your cliff walk

What people are saying

Delicious food & very friendly staff

A beautiful little gem in Doolin. I had the Fish & Chips, and oh my, what a treat. The batter was amazing, but to get the fish itself so right, perfectly cooked and full of flavour, amazing.

Best in Doolin

Not only was the food absolutely exquisite, the service was fantastic too. We only dropped in for brunch one of the days but returned for dinner and brunch the following day as it was so good. You really won’t find better food in Doolin.”