Auburn House B&B

Address: School Road, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on School Road, Lahinch, is near Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, Beara Way Walk, The Burren Centre, and Kenny Woollen Mills Shop.
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      On the road again

      A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 22, 2014

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      We wake up every morning without an alarm clock. There is no rush or looking at the time. But some how we always manage to leave our hotel/B&B at 10:00 am.

      We left after another great breakfast for the Cliffs of Moher. I personally could have stayed longer but alas we only have a certain amount of vacation.

      Once on the road we discussed when would be a good time for a break. After about half an hour we had our first break. We saw a sign for the Glengowla ...

      A whirlwind west coast weekend.

      A travel blog entry by luckylindey on Sep 24, 2012

      40 photos

      ... back into Galway where we crashed for the evening in the hostel (not until after we went to a pub, of course). And inevitably, someone in the pub overheard my American accent (I'm not yelling or anything, I promise!) and decided that he would start talking to be about what types of fish are in Lake Erie. After pubbing and walking Galway streets, we officially went to the hostel, and this was more of a typical hostel experience than the one ...

      Low lie the Fields of Athenry

      A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 21, 2012

      14 photos

      ... I guess wherever there are waves, there'll be people willing to surf them.

      After our late lunch and another round of honk the golfers, we made our way toward our stop for the night, Galway, passing through more of the Burren, and the town of Kinvara. The stop within the Burren was at another set of cliffs, not quite as big or spectacular as The Cliffs of Moher, but what made these just that bit better was the lack of tourists and lack of walls or fences. ...

      Bunratty to Doolin to Bunratty

      A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 21, 2011

      6 photos

      ... until they had it installed but apparently that wasn't an option so we began the long climb upward. At the very top, D remembered the books on the shelf so bless A for literally running back down to get them and then back up. Being a basketball star can have surprising consequences. Later on Gran bought her some extra souvenirs as a thank-you. Doolin Cave is not Carlsbad Caverns but it is in my opinion more interesting than Ailwee Cave.

      We did the ...

      Their weather prediction was correct

      A travel blog entry by marklacey on Jun 12, 2011

      11 photos

      ... were difficult to see out of because of all the rain so we definitely didnt get as good of a tour as we could have.

      By the time we got back, people just wanted to get in dry clothes and lay around. I wound up walking around Dublin and getting some coffee at a local cafe with Jake and Camille. Because we were such fans, the entire group went back to Hole ...