Dough Mor Lodge

Address: Station Rd, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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        • Beach


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed

        TripAdvisor Reviews Dough Mor Lodge Lahinch

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Lahinch

        Surfing and Cliffs :) - Everything Else :(

        A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 12, 2015

        8 photos

        In an apparent bid to keep things traditional, the beds in Ireland seem to be as soft as sleeping on a barn floor. Still, we all managed to sleep well and long. After what Evie declared as the best breakfast in Ireland it was time to start our day. Tom had long researched Lahinch in an attempt to surf Ireland. The conditions the day before would best be described as "victory at sea" a surfing term that refers to unsurfable storm conditions. ...

        Remembering a childhood that no-one knows.

        A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 07, 2014


        ... then I remembered I had a tent to set up so I excused myself and went to set it up.

        But Danny the Irish gentleman...oh, no...he came and helped! I'm not used to having people help me set up my tent so not only was it a lovely and generous surprise, but I also had no idea what to do!

        I can't set up my own tent with help. What.

        We talked more, exchanged books, and agreed to go for a drink down in the town.

        After a shower...because for me, ...

        Blarney Stone & Cliffs of Mohir

        A travel blog entry by aerial.tennille on Sep 18, 2013

        16 photos

        ... we headed to Blarney Castle & up to the top to kiss the stone. It was a bit of a wait in line & rather chilly in the wind but the view from the top was amazing. The Poison garden was also rather interesting, with everything from rhubarb to marijuana growing & on public ...

        The Isle of Éire

        A travel blog entry by megan.torgerson on Apr 08, 2013

        8 comments, 14 photos

        ... upon my entrance for joining them, which also included our local tour guide we referred to as Doc Brown for his resemblance to the scientist in "Back to the Future."  We rode along in Doc's DeLorean singing Italian songs, of them I was familiar with, "Mambo Italiano," and then were transported back into prehistoric times at the Dún Aonghasa fort.  We entered the massive stone walls and a few brave Italains and myself walked barefoot on the chilly ...

        The Cliffs, the Burren, and Galway Nightlife

        A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 13, 2012

        27 photos

        ... He did an excellent job letting us know what was what. Myself and my fellow social companions may have enjoyed some adult beverages on the bus ride, which made it all the more pleasant.

        We stopped at the Famine Memorial, remembering the million plus that died and were forced to emigrate as a result of the potato famine in the 19th century. We were also told of the random stone fences and roads to no where that were built as a result of the ...