Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel

Address: Main Street, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Main Street, Lahinch, is near Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, Beara Way Walk, Kenny Woollen Mills Shop, and Listowel Plaster Relief.
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          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Lahinch

          Surfing and Cliffs :) - Everything Else :(

          A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 12, 2015

          8 photos

          ... checking the conditions he noticed at least a dozen surfers having a go. Today he talked to a fellow in the parking lot suiting up, pointing at a blown-out peak who claimed the conditions were plenty good. Reluctantly, he rented a board and a wetsuit (20 ) and by 11am was heading for the waves. Evie and Tyler played on the cliffs for a while before heading off to pick up Judy. Amazingly Tom caught 5-6 waves before becoming completely ...

          Remembering a childhood that no-one knows.

          A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 07, 2014


          ... t had one since...since...hmmm, that's bad. I can't actually remember...

          We met, and walked, and talked.

          We talked about how the childhood that we grew up in, just simply doesn't exist anymore. The childhood where if you eat dirt that is a good thing, where if you were bored you went outside rather than got out your Playstation. The one where if you wanted to see someone you went to see them, or shouted across the park rather than call them. The one ...

          Blarney Stone & Cliffs of Mohir

          A travel blog entry by aerial.tennille on Sep 18, 2013

          16 photos

          ... br> Next stop was the Cliffs of Mohir. It was a very windy & cool walk up tot he viewing point but we were very fortunate to have a dry & relatively (for Ireland anyway) sunny day. Views from here were just spectacular!

          We then headed to our accommodation in Gallway & ...

          The Isle of Éire

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

          8 comments, 14 photos

          ... soil to feel the ancient earth on our feet.  I was the furthest west at that time that I will be during my stay in Europe and I sat on the cliff's edge at Dún Aonghasa, thinking of my loved ones who are across this grand ocean, contemplating the unimaginable changes in history that have occurred where I was sitting and happy for the new friends behind me. I had come to Inishmor expecting another inspiring view, but I didn't know I would find a welcoming ...

          The Cliffs, the Burren, and Galway Nightlife

          A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 13, 2012

          27 photos

          ... rationing at this time. The British authorities would come in and rather than just give the food to the starving Irish, would make them do purposeless work, much like North Korean prisons (and other jails, prisons, etc.) where the guards make people stack rocks on one side of a courtyard, take apart the stack, and build a new one in another place, repeating the process over and over.

          We then stopped at the Cliffs of Moher, which are ...