Moy House

Address: Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Lahinch

    Surfing and Cliffs :) - Everything Else :(

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 12, 2015

    8 photos

    ... seemed out of sorts and out of patience. Perhaps the 4 weeks of travel had finally caught up with us all. Whatever the cause, it was clear that this was our worst day of our trip. Of course, considering how badly days can be while traveling it was pretty mild, but still we have had so many good days that we all took it pretty hard. For this day, Evie wasn’t the only one in the family with that ‘empty pit of the stomach ...

    Celebrating America in Ireland..?

    A travel blog entry by burkerika on Jul 08, 2013

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... July 2 - Early and painful morning! I had to get up early for a bus tour to Boyne Valley with the group. We went to see the Hill of Tara, Loughcrew Cairns, drove through the town of Kells, and went through Trim Castle! Loved the castle. When I grow up, I want to live in one. Hopefully one that is still in good shape.. without missing walls and stuff. Anyway, this castle is where they shot some scenes for Braveheart. Pretty cool.:) And as you ...

    Lahinch, Ireland - Surf town

    A travel blog entry by brittanydoris_j on Jun 06, 2013

    46 photos

    Another little surf town Lahinch has a very big beach and a beachy laid back feel. We stayed here two nights and the town was very busy because the weather was good and I think its school holidays. We went to the Cliffs of Moher and enjoyed a very long walk along the cliffs over looking the Atlantic Ocean. It was a sunny and rather hot day which was very nice for a change! ...

    Hurling and Insanity

    A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts on Sep 29, 2012

    2 photos

    ... figures from Greek philosophers and writers to contemporary (relatively) patrons of the college. You can't actually go into the stacks, but it is over two stories of cordoned off, leather bound volumes as well as a selection of rare pieces in glass displays for visitors. I yearned to get behind the velvet and just browse the selection. I walked along the Liffey and some of the big tourist streets (O'Connell and Talbot) back to my ...

    The Grass was Greener

    A travel blog entry by caitlin_rose on May 05, 2012

    10 photos

    Galway was a very quick stop, the city seemed small and fun but with a flight out of Cork I had to hustle. I managed to get to the Burren and see the Cliffs of Moher which were breathtaking. At Moher the blue sky stretched overhead with lush green cliffs plummeting down to the blue water. I had a hard time turning away. The Burren created a such a contrast to the vibrant coast line at Moher, it was stark and barren, windswept but the ages, compelling in its own right.