Shamrock Inn Hotel

Address: Main Street, Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 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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    Travel Blogs from Lahinch

    Reunited and it feels so good

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 11, 2015

    7 photos

    ... s place). So we decided to stroll the main street listening for pubs playing music. That turned out to be a little foolish, as the 3,000 person town has about 20 pubs and while it was only 2pm, every single pub had traditional music blasting out the doors and virtually every one was packed with folks.

    Amazingly, after splitting up, Tyler and Sue found her a mere 20 minutes after we started our hunt. As one might expect, Judy ...

    Celebrating America in Ireland..?

    A travel blog entry by burkerika on Jul 08, 2013

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... was a very old form of Irish dancing that is not practiced very often today. So fun to watch!

    July 4 - Happy Birthday America! They had a special 4th of July lunch for us which was nice. Then we went to the Irish National Museum to see the Gold/Or exhibit. Again, not one for the museums but I went and took pictures of the architecture which is oh-so-pretty here. All of the cities are an interesting mix of very old architecture and brand ...

    The Burren & the Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by jauntyjaunts on Sep 28, 2012

    10 photos

    ... villages. Galway is known for its nightlife and I wasn't disappointed at all. That being said, I didn't spend much time in the city. It took me a ridiculous amount of hours to get to Galway from Dingle (over 6). If you take a gander at a map, you will understand the whys of the ridiculousness. After dumping my ****, I took a turn around the city to absorb some of the energy and refill my depleted stores. Having planned on a early evening because of pre-booked tours the ...

    From Aran Isles to Galway and west

    A travel blog entry by deniseandted on Jun 11, 2012

    10 photos

    ... stonewalls and out to a shipwreck, getting the local stories as we wended our way in the sun. The island being naturally rock affords bare subsistence living for the 300 inhabitants who rely on tourists in the main, and a bit of fishing, to get by. The tiny weedy plots bounded by the slate walls house a handful of cattle. At least the walls give them protection so they don't get housed in the winter. In areas where the rocks haven't been cleared and ...

    Glin to Loop Head to Bunratty

    A travel blog entry by jjarnold on Jun 20, 2011

    12 photos

    ... sea monsters. Very quiet. There were a few other people there but it felt like we were all alone. The girls got so close to the cliff edge that their mom literally had nightmares that night but no one actually went into the Atlantic. I told them that if I fell in not to come in after me because I would already be dead from embarrassment. Another nice thing was no sheep poo in the grass. I found what I thought was a very interesting looking poo which turned out to be a slug.