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Our check in experience here was not very welcoming.The young man at reception queried whether we had paid in advance (we had booked through the Club's travel service) and when I produced our confirmation he queried the amount we had paid until he realised it was quoted in sterling not euros. He was then not particularly helpful in finding us a suitable pitch. This is a fairly large site, rather impersonal site in a location exposed to the strong Atlantic winds which blew throughout most of our 4 night stay. It is clean and tidy with roomy, level hardstanding pitches and plenty of toilets and showers which were kept adequately clean. The whole site WiFi is a bit of a joke. The nearby beach is pebbles and rock and displays a sign stating that swimming there is very dangerous. To the rear of the site is rather barren moorland. Doolin itself is a quaint little village less than a mile away. It is a fairly easy walk there with a footpath for most of the way. My wife was able to use her mobility scooter. There are a few shops mainly selling souvenirs and wool products from the nearby Aran islands. There are 3 pubs, we visited the nearest on a Saturday evening when it was very busy but had a good atmosphere and plenty of American and German tourists. The site is in a convenient location for visiting this part of Ireland but not one that we will return to.