Perfume Shop

The Burren Perfumery

79 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

August 21, 2021
in a lovely magical setting see how they make the perfume, lovely gift shop and cakes are Divine
August 10, 2021
Beautiful place for morning coffee or lunch.
June 5, 2021
Have a lovely garden for photos , also nice cafe for lunch
May 25, 2021
In the heart of the Burren National Park. Lovely tearoom with it!
June 21, 2021
A very cute tearoom with gorgeous cakes and locally made perfumes and some in the middle of the Burren.
May 31, 2019
Handmade perfumes and cometics made onsite. Enjoy a the tearooms after an impromyu talk on the production of the fabulous organic range.

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County Clare
Phone+353 65 708 9102
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