Lahinch Golf Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Address: Station Road, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Station Road, Lahinch, is near Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, Beara Way Walk, Kenny Woollen Mills Shop, and Listowel Plaster Relief.
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Travel Blogs from Lahinch

Sitting on the edge of the world

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 08, 2014

2 comments, 82 photos

... language, sights, Australia, Ireland...and Bochum in Germany. Kai (not the Kai in the family I am talking about - Hello! by the way - but the circus Kai!) - I LEARNT HOW TO PRONOUNCE BOCHUM AND PEOPLE UNDERSTAND ME! German people understand me anyway...everyone else thinks I am sneezing.

I talked to these guys....oh yeah! I forgot...I did handstands on the edge too...which I would show you, but I am waiting for an email from ...

Ireland, North Wales/England

A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jun 12, 2014

4 comments, 731 photos

... The Ring of Kerry is said to be "the longest and the most diverse of Ireland's big circle drives, combining jaw-dropping coastal scenery with emerald pastures and villages. The 179km circuit winds past pristine beaches, the island-dotted Atlantic, medieval ruins, mountains and loughs (lakes)" (Lonely Planet). It was an absolutely beautiful day, and we started the day off walking the beach at Waterville. Students loved the beach!!! Terry, ...

Ireland part 2 - All Ireland Adventures with Kevin

A travel blog entry by sophevans on Jul 20, 2013

14 photos

... hit the hay. Day 6. The next day Kevin and Mary drove me to Galway, where we wandered around the city (in 30degree sunshine), had lunch and then toured around the lakes and mountains before they dropped me at Diarmuid (Kevin's son- Dads first cousin) and Ann's place for a quick meal. Then we said goodbye and they drove back to Offaly. I had a night in the most amazing bed in the biggest house with an incredible view, and the next day I was put on the bus, heading down the west coast of ...

Ireland (and the golf) continues

A travel blog entry by parkdel on Mar 22, 2013

7 photos

... the next day. You guessed it – he finished that afternoon, after the receptionist at the course took pity on the poor, wet Aussie and allowed him to continue. It really is a wonder that he didn’t come down with man flu after being out there but it all ended happily. Steve played one of the most challenging courses he is ever likely to encounter and learned about playing in really tough weather conditions. (eg: One must wear complete wet weather gear when playing in ...

A whirlwind west coast weekend.

A travel blog entry by luckylindey on Sep 24, 2012

40 photos

... just about 9 miles from Galway's coast). Those three islands are: Inis Mor, Innis Oirr, and Inis Meainn. Inis Mor was where our ferry ride brought us...and as we arrived we increased their population by about 20%. There are only 800 people that live on the island, and the tourism industry is a major part of their economy. It was a bizarre place...not only because the population is so small but because there are no trees and the land ...

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