The Greenbrier Inn

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, Kenny Woollen Mills Shop, Beara Way Walk, and Listowel Plaster Relief.
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    Travel Blogs from Lahinch

    Kilkee to Spiddle

    A travel blog entry by mjtom7 on Apr 17, 2013

    ... here the wind was. Amazing. Waked to both ends of the cliffs just beautiful. Yhe headed into doolin fr late lunch decided to keep moving on to Galway. Was raining when we got to Galway so we skirted around it and headed out to spittle on the cast to a cosy pub for dinner and ...

    One night in Galway

    A travel blog entry by davefremland on Sep 11, 2012

    21 photos

    ... of the tensions I had been feeling.

    First there was all the stimulation in Rome and that feeling of not knowing what I am doing next and then the close quarters with two women…. Jessica had mentioned earlier that it would be a good "getting to know you" period for her and I and I guess I had taken a bit of offense to that…I am so close with my ...

    Being an account of the craziness of Dublin...

    A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 12, 2012

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... not paid enough to be tour guides of any kind, not even virtual ones.  Also in Cashel, but less known than the Rock, is is a rather impressive collection of prehistoric horns, the largest in the world in fact. I know, not quite as cool as having the largest statue of a perogie, but still rather notable. What do prehistoric horns look like? Get pictures of trumpets out of your head and think smaller versions of Alphorns. They didn't seem to get as big as the ones more south, ...

    Just wandering, enjoying the scenery

    A travel blog entry by nonnaclaire on Aug 03, 2011

    ... roads... rock walls, peat being dug for their fires. Fishing villages... And listening to the brogue of some of the people...fascinating.... they Are also fascinated with us being here from Australia. Listen to talk back radio along the way...and many people out of work heading to Oz..had the very best day... Friday Aug 5 Again off wandering....this time north and country lanes and villages...a castle, or two.... Not so ...

    Galway Girl

    A travel blog entry by 2travelis2live on Oct 12, 2010

    11 photos

    ... Galway I woke up early to go Claddagh Ring hunting with my new BFF from Cape Code, Meg. However, we forgot it was Sunday, in Ireland and NOTHING seems to open before noon. Except for one coffee shop. So we grabbed a coffee and walked around the city. Later that day I explored the city a bit more on my own and ended up buying a Claddagh Ring for myself :) The Irish Claddagh Rings are probably the most culturally rich pieces of jewelry ever recorded ...