Trump International Golf Links & Hotel

Address: Doonbeg, off the N67, Doonbeg, County Clare, Ireland | Resort
 
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This resort, located on Doonbeg, off the N67, Doonbeg, is near Doonbeg Golf Club.
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      Jagged Beauty

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 26, 2014

      22 photos

      ... below and as we eat we watch scuba divers bob up and down in the small inlet.

      We walk around the cliffs after lunch and discover why it's called Bridges of Ross, well at least the bridge part. Over the eons the water has carved a hole through the rock, creating a land bridge. It's beautiful! The boys are fascinated and run back and forth across the land bridge. The water below is crystal clear and you can see seaweed floating in the gentle waves. The ground is not ...

      Ireland, North Wales/England

      A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jun 12, 2014

      4 comments, 731 photos

      ... The Ring of Kerry is said to be "the longest and the most diverse of Ireland's big circle drives, combining jaw-dropping coastal scenery with emerald pastures and villages. The 179km circuit winds past pristine beaches, the island-dotted Atlantic, medieval ruins, mountains and loughs (lakes)" (Lonely Planet). It was an absolutely beautiful day, and we started the day off walking the beach at Waterville. Students loved the beach!!! Terry, ...

      A great day for golf.

      A travel blog entry by julie.scanlon on Jun 02, 2013

      6 photos

      Rich was out early for an 8:30 tee time. He shot an 88 and had fun talking with the caddy.I slept in, still not completely adapted to the time differences. Our friend who is a member here arranged for us to have a guest pass to the members areas. So we had a very yummy lunch in the members lounge. I had a "toastie" which is an Irish toasted sandwich made of ham or turkey with cheese, onion and tomato....delish! Rich had the ...

      The Burren

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... to the little port, where three rival families operate ferry boats to the Aran Islands and trips along the coast to the great cliffs of Moher. There were a number of people in wet suits in the harbour, swimming or just standing around and we soon saw why. There was a dolphin swimming round with them, playing games with them just like a puppy would. It was lovely to see. It was the sort of place where one ...

      To Doolin!

      A travel blog entry by schwinks on Sep 13, 2012

      3 photos

      Excerpt from Avi's travel diary: We have been without pizza now for 10 days. I don't know how much longer we will survive. We had breakfast at the B&B, Avi had a bagel with lox and I tried the local cheese plate. It was decent, though not quite enough lox for Avi's taste. After we checked out and said goodbye to the animals we drove off to explore the Dingle peninsula with the help of Rick Steves. Our first stop was the dunbeg fort, ...