Rhodesia Lodge is situated in New Quay in North Clare. Its a peaceful location in the Burren region on the shores of Galway Bay with stunning sea views. New Quay is midway (6 miles/10 km) between the popular sea front villages of Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare and Kinvara, Co. Galway. Both villages offer a range of restaurants and old style pubs with regular traditional music. It is also possible to purchase a memory of your visit from one of the local gift shops and visit the Russell Gallery, a beautiful three storey stone building renovated from a 200 year old granary.

Sunset at Rhodesia Lodge!The Flaggy Shore, New Quay, Co. Clare

New Quay is an ideal place for a country break at any time of the year with many tourist attractions on your doorstep such as the mystical Burren National Park, Aillwee Cave, Cliffs of Moher, Lahinch and Doolin. Enjoy a day trip to the rugged grandeur of Connemara with spectacular scenic drives or have a day of adventure by taking a ferry from Doolin to discover the Aran Islands and relive the Ireland of yesteryears with Irish speaking natives and impressive scenery. Alternatively there is a championship golf course in Lahinch, which also boasts a long sandy beach and Lahinch Seaworld.

The Aran Islands, Co. GalwayThe Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare

New Quay itself offers leisurely seashore walks or if you feel like a challenge take to the Burren hills to enjoy the views. You can also enjoy a swim at the small sandy beach within a stones throw of Rhodesia Lodge or take a short stroll to Linnane’s Lobster Bar and sample some of the local seafood over a pint of the black stuff. Burren Yoga offer weekend and week-long retreats in all types of Yoga and meditation with delicious vegetarian food, comfortable accommodation and great company.