Trump International Golf Links & Hotel

Doonbeg, Doonbeg, County Clare, Ireland | Resort
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This resort, located on Doonbeg, Doonbeg, is near Doonbeg Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Doonbeg

    Our week in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Apr 13, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... to some great musicians.

    It’s interesting to people watch tourists – a fiver will keep them in alcohol for the whole
    night ! Most pubs are making a living through food now. Whereas the Irish ( us included) were at the bar drinking lots and lots of lovely pints.

    This all led to a quiet Thursday with a lovely visit to our friend Anne. I ...

    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 ...

    A long but great day!

    A travel blog entry by drbrn60 on May 22, 2013

    1 comment, 153 photos

    ... got kind of close to the edge but didn’t push it too far since the feeling of looking down from that height was a little unsettling.

    We spent about 2 hours at the cliffs and visitor center. Diane had read good things about the town of Doolin which is about 10km north of the cliffs. We decided to take a little side trip before we headed to Ennis and we were both glad that we did. Doolin is a very small fishing village that has a large marina. It also has a ferry ...

    Welcome in Doolin

    A travel blog entry by melissaandalex on Oct 23, 2012

    ... to town in the afternoon, basically just a little street with a pub dand some shops, and then walked out to the pier. Even though the cliffs were farther away, I preferred this vantage point, away from all photo-ops and closer to the waves crashing against the rock. I would like to watch the sun set there some day. That night we ate at the pub and enjoyed the evening's entertainment. I like how they don't perform on any kind of stage, just sit around a table with ...

    Being an account of the craziness of Dublin...

    A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 12, 2012

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... end of it, pictures that were proudly displayed for the day, meaning that our artwork was shown in a museum in Dublin. How many can make that claim? We also went down the road a bit to the Rock of Cashel, which is less like a boulder in a field and more like a large castle on a hill (complete with towers and turrets). There's a whole bunch of history involved with it too, and if you're really curious, you should look it up yourself (wikipedia is always a good place to start). ...