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

        ... other throughout the drive, infuriating the already frustrated parents so when we arrived we split up – Sue, Tyler and Judy going one way and Tom and Evie going the other. The cliffs did not disappoint and while the weather was overcast the views were still spectacular. Tom decided to hike the 12km from the visitor center along the cliffs to our targeted dinner destination in Lisconnor. We successfully reconnected at the dinner location at ...


        A travel blog entry by rsbrowning on Sep 27, 2013

        1 photo

        Cycled 35 miles from Tarbert to Lahinch. Left Tarbert with no breakfast, the restaurants weren't open, cycled the short distance to the ferry and just barely made it before they left. It runs every 30 minutes, but getting on boated meant not having to wait. Cycled about 6 miles into ...


        A travel blog entry by docdavid on Sep 16, 2013

        11 photos

        ... I have ever visited. Icy wind blowing directly off the North Atlantic!! Still, this didn't detract too much from the scenery, and I managed to do the approx. 5 km round trip walking along the top of the cliffs. Not much sunshine -so photos are a bit dark unfortunately.

        This region is also known as the Burren, and is characterised by a barren, rocky limestone landscape, quite different from the lush green fields elsewhere.

        Then I drove down to ...

        The Isle of Éire

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

        8 comments, 14 photos

        ... stop of their pilgrimage. We returned to Galway that afternoon and I had dinner with the crew.  After dinner we sent up a sky lantern in the night to celebrate the special day.  I watched it shrink into the sky until it looked like a star and then finally nothing.  It was suggested that perhaps the lantern would make it back to my home in America.  It was a celebration all day and after we released the lantern we went to a pub called The ...

        The Cliffs, the Burren, and Galway Nightlife

        A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 13, 2012

        27 photos

        ... this fall wouldn't kill you. It would just be an unpleasant surprise if unplanned. I may or may not have picked up a few rocks from this place as a souvenir.

        I could go on and on with all beautiful countryside here, but I'll move on. The roads were quite bumpy, but we were told why. When these roads were first made, people used the paths that the cows took to determine what were the paths of least resistance. They figured that the cows would ...