The Greenbrier Inn

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

      Day 10 - Galway and Connemara

      A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jun 24, 2013

      21 photos

      ... with setting a course for the first destination. What? The GPS hasn’t heard of Ballynahinch? How about Lough Aphreahragan? OK – so the GPS is out. Well, at least we have the map and the highways are all marked aren’t they? Now is probably the time to explain that Irish seem to have a different view of what qualifies as a numbered road. While the map may boldly show the N59 and R336, the ...

      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 ...

      Galway: A City of Culture

      A travel blog entry by jenny.og on Sep 21, 2012

      ... beneath the leprechauns on the windows of pubs and the busy coach tours, you'll find a wonderful cultural city and a very nice (and central) piece of Ireland.

      The Asian Teahouse - Easily the best Asian food on the island! My personal favourite is the Roti Chanai, a Malaysian dish served with a sweet curry and pancakes. It's absolutely wonderful. To be true to its name, there's also tea to begin the meal (not to ...

      Galway and Lisdoonvarne

      A travel blog entry by bill-colleen on May 02, 2012

      2 photos

      ... a short way in multi story parking and walked thru the centre to get to the famous quay street. Spent a couple of hours here wandering around. Had a coffee and did some more checking out of the centre. Plenty of folk basking and chatted to a couple of 'local' characters. Had a ale at a pub and did a bit of people watching before we headed off to nights accomodation lisdoon lodge guest house At Lisdoonvare - a bit of a ...