O'Briensbridge is a village in east Clare on the west bank of the River Shannon. It is named for the bridge across the Shannon at that point, built by Turlough O'Brien in 1506. At the eastern end of the's 12-arch bridge lies the village of Montpelier in County Limerick. The parish of O'Briensbridge, which includes the village of O'Brien's Bridge, is in the barony of Tulla Lower. The parish is bounded on the east by the River Shannon. The narrow northern section is mountainous, rising to 1,729 feet (527 m), and the western part of the parish is also upland. Local amenities in the village include pubs and shops.