Cloon River B&B sits on the foothills of the Partry Mountains and on the banks of the River Cloon.

While travelling on the low road along the shores of Lough Mask the meandering road rises before sweeping you down to the beautiful Lough Nafooey.

The Furnace located just fifty metres from the B&B dates from the late 1600s and is a prime example of the Industrial Revolutions use of local natural resources.

The historic Ballintubber Abbey setting for numerous celebrity weddings and still celebrating Mass longer than any other Church in Ireland.


The environmentally rich lands at Cloon River promotes harmony between guests and nature.


The vibrancy of the Custard Moth contrasts to the array of colours found on the surroundings.

The renowned Whitethorn known for its blooms and sloes.