The medieval town of Ennis dates from the early thirteenth century, when the local Gaelic Chiefs, The O'Briens gave permission to the Fransiscan monks to build a church on an island in the Fergus river. From this island or "inis", the town got its name Ennis. Today, Ennis is a cosmopolitan town, combining its quaint old narrow streets with their traditional pubs, shops and restaurants, with its busy suburbs. Situated in he centre of County Clare, it is a short drive from the majestic Cliffs of Moher towering over 200 metres over the Atlantic; the unique limestone karst landscape of the Burren, with its prehistoric monuments and religious sites; the unspoilt Loop Head peninsula where nature is still king; or the fish-filled lakes and waterways of East Clare.
Westbrook House is is a comfortable three-star guesthouse
. Its 10 guest bedrooms are tastefully fitted out and are Twin, Double, Triple and Family sizes, designed to cater for all guests.
Our dining room also caters for all guest tastes, with a full menu for breakfast, from continental to full Irish and our famous Westbrook Savoury Pancakes.