Corran Maebh Holiday Village Guesthouses

Miltown Malbay Road, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | Ranch
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Location

This ranch, located on Miltown Malbay 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

A little smoother today

A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 14, 2013

... our washing ready by 8.00am the next day which suits. Take a drive along the esplanade and see some Galway Hookers in the bay. More dark clouds roll in so we go back to the B&B and enjoy some time in the lounge talking to other guests about what to see and do. Walk down to dinner and get blown away on the 15 minute walk to Lohan's for some Beef & Guinness stew and Boiled Bacon & Cabbage, some good traditional Irish meals on a cold blustery ...

Ireland (and the golf) continues

A travel blog entry by parkdel on Mar 22, 2013

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... 8217;s one for the record books! About an hour after Del had just settled in to the hotel – about her second cup of warm tea – Steve appeared (somewhat bedraggled) from the golf course, moaning about the terrible conditions! HE HAD ACTUALLY LEFT THE COURSE AFTER THE SIXTH HOLE. (This is not a typing error!)

After a yummy lunch in the pub though, Steve had second thoughts and ‘just wanted to drive back to the golf course’ to see if he could finish ...

Tall and Flat

A travel blog entry by ryder.alison on Sep 27, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... the cliffs too) but basically it's kind of like a flat rock with holes in it. People describe it as a "lunar landscape" because it's all grey and rocky, but apparently it has something like 700 native plant species that range from tropical to arctic plant types.

We also stopped in this wee little town called Doolin, which has the distinction of being the closest point on the mainland to the ...

Being an account of the craziness of Dublin...

A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 12, 2012

2 comments, 28 photos

... one), and we've created a list of all the fun things to do with golf equipment without actually playing the game (including hiding the flags in the pond for capture the flag). We have also discussed, analyzed, and configured "Snow White and the Huntsmen" to its bare bones. Go ahead, ask our opinion, we dare you.  Conclusions that can be drawn from these troubling trends? None so far. We are taking the standard 'wait and see' approach to it. To be prepared for the worst, we've ...

Hiking The Burren, Golf, and Music

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Jul 22, 2011

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... come up again.

That evening, we headed back to Gus O'Connells, and this time we stayed for the music. There was a fiddler, a guitar player, a keyboardist, and an accordion. They played for several hours and did quite a few of the old favorites - Galway Girl, The Ferryman, and Wild Irish Thyme. We managed one waltz, but the place was packed so it was hard to really dance at all.

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