Bunratty is a parish in Co Clare, best known for its major tourist attraction Bunratty Castle. It is located on the N18 connecting Limeirck to Galway. The Raite river defines the eastern boundary of the parish and flows into the Shannon Estuary, which defines the southern boundary. Roadstone Wood operates a quarry in the center of the parish. It produces stone, blocks, concrete, mortar and blacktop. Eoin Gavin Transport has its road haulage office in Bunratty. Bunratty village itself caters mainly to tourists visiting Bunratty Castle and the Bunratty Folk Park. Besides Durty Nellys, styling itself as one of Ireland's oldest pubs, there are a number of other pubs/restaurants. The village also provides accommodation in the form of hotels and B&Bs. Several shops also cater to the needs of travellers and tourists.