Situated on the banks of the River Shannon, the twin villages of Ballina and Killaloe are amongst one of Ireland's most picturesque attractions & link the counties of Tipperary and Clare. Killaloe was in fact the capital of Ireland in 1014 under the control of the High King Brian Boru.
The village of Ballina, (pop. 1200) County Tipperary, is located in the 'mid-west' of Ireland, just 35 minutes from Shannon International Airport and 25 minutes from Limerick, Ireland's third largest city.
The village and area has all the amenities that you would expect to find in an Irish village, with a range of boutiques, wellness centres and historical sites.
The village contains a supermarket, hardware, chemist, dry cleaners, petrol stations, florist, fishing tackle shop, and much more besides, all within walking distance.
The village boasts a varied selection of places to eat, from hotels, a Chinese restaurant that also serves takeaway, a chip shop, and many fine restaurants.