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My husband and I were very impressed with Newpark House. This is a unique place and knowing that there is an interesting history attached to it made it more appealing to us. We were lucky to get a room with a balcony overlooking one of...More
Four of us stayed at the NewPark House for 2 nights. What a gem. This house was built in 1750 and the current owners have owned it since 1904. The host, Declan, was courteous and very focused on making our stay comfortable and fun. This...More
This lodging establishment was built in the 1700s and has been owned by the family since 1904. Declan, the current Innkeeper, runs it entirely on his own! It is clean and the breakfast is excellent. The structure is dark by virtue of its era and...More
My husband and I spent one night at Newpark House in October when we visited Ireland for one week for our wedding anniversary. We spent the day at the Cliffs of Moher and headed to Ennis and Newpark House for the night. Driving up to...More
My wife and daughter gasped with joy as we drove up to Newpark House and thanked me profusely for choosing it. We had the best of times there thanks to Declan and his mother Bernie who made us feel like returning royalty. I can only...More
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It is probably about 1 mile into town center from Newpark House. Several quests have walked to town while we were there. You could call for a taxi. Your best bet is to contact Declan at Newpark House to see if any buses... More
It is probably about 1 mile into town center from Newpark House. Several quests have walked to town while we were there. You could call for a taxi. Your best bet is to contact Declan at Newpark House to see if any buses go to the shopping center about 1/4 mile up the road or how much a taxi might cost. The center of town is a lot of walking, but worth the effort to see all it's quaint nook and cranny side streets. We hope you get to enjoy it.