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

Surfing and Cliffs :) - Everything Else :(

A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 12, 2015

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... 58 degrees in the air, 58 degrees in the water. Somehow the day had slipped away and we were surprised to discover it was 3:30pm. We had hoped to visit the Burren and The Cliffs of Moher, but it wasn’t possible to do both. We drove to the Burren Visitor Center to discover it was located 30 minutes from the actually Burren itself. So we drove to the Cliffs and were happy to find most of motor coaches had left for the day. The kids were ...

Remembering a childhood that no-one knows.

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 07, 2014


... got back up to the campsite, both of us needed to go to the toilet, and I went to jump the stone wall and Danny kept on walking to the gate.

'Why don't you just jump the wall?' I asked.

And the best compliment I have ever recieved was the answer.

'I forgot you were a practical girl'

I'm not a whimpy sooky girly girl! YES!

So that was my day of childhood memories and new memories!

(The ever so practical) Lisa xo



A travel blog entry by docdavid on Sep 16, 2013

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This morning I took some photos around Galway, including the Spanish Arches (built in 1584). The cathedral is a dark, imposing building, constructed only recently in the mid 1960s. It was interesting to see an attempt at a Gothic style building, but with 1960s version of 'traditional' art inside.... to me it just didn't work.

Then I drove to the Cliffs of Mohr. These rise about 200 m above the Atlantic, and are truly spectacular. However, this is possibly the ...

The Isle of Éire

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

8 comments, 14 photos

... Ireland.  At   Dún Aonghasa I watched the last of his ashes blow over the 100 meter cliff.  I did not want to interfere during this intimate moment but they invited me into their group and continued to include me the entire day.  After the last of the ashes were spread one of the friends shouted out each of our names which we responded with "presento," and which he recorded on video.  I then took photos of the family and friends at ...

The Cliffs, the Burren, and Galway Nightlife

A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 13, 2012

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... and you will not be coming back from that fall. Truly beautiful.

We also stopped at the Burren, which is this series of stones that have been eroded in such a way because of the limestone and the way in interacts with the rain. The terrain is said to be reminiscent of the moon. Myself and some fellows climbed down into the rocks to explore and get some good shots. Very beautiful on the ocean as well. One wrong step and you could end up ...

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