Brehon Lodge Lahinch

Address: Dough, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge, located on Dough, Lahinch, is near Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre, Beara Way Walk, The Burren Centre, and Kenny Woollen Mills Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Lahinch

    Remembering a childhood that no-one knows.

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 07, 2014

    2 comments

    ... got back up to the campsite, both of us needed to go to the toilet, and I went to jump the stone wall and Danny kept on walking to the gate.

    'Why don't you just jump the wall?' I asked.

    And the best compliment I have ever recieved was the answer.

    'I forgot you were a practical girl'

    I'm not a whimpy sooky girly girl! YES!

    So that was my day of childhood memories and new memories!

    (The ever so practical) Lisa xo


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    Trim Castle

    A travel blog entry by mdutcher1 on Jul 25, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... than just one room has been great for Abby. She's running back and forth non stop and having a wonderful time. Ireland thus far has been much easier on her than London was. We've slowed down the pace considerably and it's more temperate here, maybe 80 during the day and down into the low 60's at night. Much better sleeping weather, although the acrid smell of fires at night tends to discourage one from throwing the windows open wide. Ah well, it's all part of Ireland's ...

    Day 15 - Will not be taking up a life at sea

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Apr 18, 2013

    9 photos

    ... 40 trees and more ancient monuments than you could point a rock at. Because the only natural resource is stone.
    Fences are made of it, houses are made of it, Neolithic hill forts are made of it, medieval hill churches are made of it.

    To get there, travel 45 minutes by double decker bus, take ferry for 60 minutes across bay. Much vomiting amongst the hardy crew. Not us fortunately. An American family, grandparents, two couples and four ...

    21st Birthday: An Irish Celebration

    A travel blog entry by floripaman on May 31, 2012

    14 photos

    ... majority of the cliff line. The cliffs were also guarded by a series of watchtowers that were used to warn the mainland of seaborn invaders. Upon some simple circumvention, however, one could find a footpath taking you up directly on the unwalled cliff line. The view was simply astounding. I was with a fellow traveler from New Zealand at the time and we were joking about what one would do if they fell off and survived. The comment, “My name ...

    Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by rachel.mazzola on Jan 21, 2012

    20 photos

    ... was easier as we walked into the wind, the way back was more challenging as it was pushing us from behind and must more difficult to steady ourselves. One section continuely had ocean water (from 700ft below) spraying up and over the cliffs, a section we had to run through, and running into this wind is really just walking, as it was the most resistance I had ever felt. At one point next to the castle I stood still for 5 ...