Bed & Breakfast B&B Lahinch Co. Clare Ireland

Things to do in Lahinch:

  • Swimming & Surfing
    The beach in Lahinch is famous with surfers from all over the world. It is also a great beach for swimming and walking. Especiallly children will enjoy the Seaworld (Swimming Pool & Aquarium) at the Strand promenade.
  • Walking & Cycling
    The only way to really experience the Burren is by foot! The green roads are the old Burren roads and are perfect to explore this landscape on short and long walks. The Burren Way is a 20-km signposted walking trail between Ballyvaughan and the Cliffs of Moher. Guided Burren walks are available in the area.
  • Fishing
    There are numerous fishing lakes and rivers in the area. Click here for the website of the The Lickeen Anglers Co-operative. The areas around and Liscannor are noted for rockfishing in the Atlantic. Sea Fishing Trips can be arranged from Liscannor harbour.
    GPS:
    GPS: N52º55.689
    W(-)9º20.713

    Distances:
  • Shops, pubs, restaurants, beach & golf courses: 5 min walking time
  • Cliffs of Moher: 10 mins.
  • Burren (Coast): 20 min.
  • Ennis (Capital of Clare): 30 min.
  • Shannon Airport: 45 min.
  • Kerry Airport: 2 hr 30 mins via Killimer Shannon Car Ferry

The Cliffs Of Moher Ireland

Ideal to visit all the sights on the West Coast of Clare...

Craglea Lodge is ideally located to visit the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin & the Aran Islands boat, Liscannor as well as the sights on the West Coast of County Clare. The Burren region with its unique flora, caves, historical monuments and walking trails is only a few car minutes away
Lahinch strand promenade
Lahinch is a very busy seaside town with excellent shops, restaurants and art galleries. The wonderful beach and promenade are full of atmosphere and fun during the Summer months.This beach is a mecca for surfers and it offers ideal conditions for this sport. The long, sandy beach is also perfect for those who like a revitalising walk or for swimmers. It is patrolled by a lifeguard during the Summer months.

The famous Cliffs of Moher stand facing the Atlantic ocean a short distance north. They are very impressive at over seven hundred feet high, and give visitors a high vantage point over Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. O'Brien's Tower stands guard at one end and Moher Castle is situated at the southern end. The cliffs are home to numerous seabirds, including gannets, razorbills guillemots and puffins, and the area is a birdwatcher's paradise.
Golfing Lahinch
If you are a golfer North Clare has much to offer. There are a number of excellent courses, the most famous being The Links Course at Lahinch, on which the South of Ireland Golf Championship is played annually, in the Summer. Lahinch also has the 18-hole Castle Course.There are two courses in Ennis, the old Ennis Golf Club, and the newer Woodstock Golf and Country Club. Spanish Point, a short distance down the coast from Lahinch, is one of the oldest golf courses in Ireland. It is a 9-hole course overlooking the atlantic ocean. If you have a low handicap and your swing is in, try the Greg Norman designed Links Course in Doonbeg, further down the coast. Last not least there is the famous course in Ballybunion in Co.Kerry, which can be reached via the Shannon Car Ferry. Lahinch Golf Tours will bring you to all these courses


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