Enjoy the Taste !
Artisan Food Producer
Clareville House Kitchen Garden is based in the fertile Burren region of North Clare, West of Ireland. We grow soft fruits, vegetables and herbs, using organic methods, producing the ‘Burren Kitchen Garden’ range of sweet and savoury preserves. Catch us at Ballyvaughan Farmers Market
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We are on the Wild Atlantic Way and so in summer you can book a Seashore walk on Galway Bay or in the autumn a Hedgerow Foraging Walk.
Burren Cookery Master Classes
Next spring, try a 3 day 'Burren Cookery Master Classes' with award winning chefs and food producers from the Burren region.
We offer bespoke country house dinner with all Burren sourced food.
About CLAREVILLE HOUSE KITCHEN GARDEN
Clareville House Kitchen Garden is a grower and artisan food producer in the Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark in County Clare, Ireland, which has become internationally recognised because of its geological importance and the existence of a network of businesses and environment agencies that oversee tourism in the area as well as provide ecology education and conservation effort. We are a member of the award winning BURREN FOOD TRAIL and part of the Burren Ecotourism Network. The BEN businesses provide you with a great choice of sea and land based activities, fine places to stay and the best of fresh local seasonal food.
Our range of sweet and savoury preserves, which is named ‘Burren Kitchen Garden’, includes jams, jellies, chutney, relish, dressings and sauces. We grow much of our fruit, vegetables and herbs. All local produce is carefully selected for our preserves to give you seasonal freshness and nutritional value.
We host Cookery Master Class Workshops and provide Foraging Walks on the Burren and the Seashore. The Burren is known for its food. The fertile valleys of the Burren are a host to several cultivated and market gardens and many dairy, lamb and beef farmers, artisan food producers including smoked salmon, cheese, honey, preserves makers and shellfish providers.
The Burren Food Trail includes these food producers and growers, farmers market, as well as award winning restaurants, gardens and cafés in the area. Visiting the Farmers Market on a Saturday or eating in one of the many award winning seafood pubs or gourmet restaurants you are guaranteed fresh local food that is in season. In the evening you can listen or dance to traditional Irish music.
Clareville House Kitchen Garden is listed on the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, something that we only found out in October 2014, when I found an old 1834 map on which a full formal kitchen garden was laid out at Clareville. Obviously we were delighted to know that the work we had been doing for the previous 16 years was in keeping with the location. We are happy members of Ballyvaughan Farmers Market where you can find us May - Oct 10 - 2pm.
We have completed training in and adopted the Geopark Sustainable Code of Practice for Tourism and the Leave No Trace Code for Outdoor Ethics. We have been certified by Ecotourism Ireland to provide Garden workshops and Burren Walks including foraging. We operate a Green Purchasing Policy and have an Environment Action Plan to manage our use of water and energy and minimise waste.
Read our policy statements on the Burren Ecotourism page.
All bookings subject to terms and conditions.
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CLAREVILLE HOUSE KITCHEN GARDEN