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Ireland’s Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel

October 15, 2012 by

Golf Ireland

Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel offers three golf courses.

Ireland’s Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel enjoys a scenic location in the coastal town of Lahinch. With this beach location, you’ll find plenty of water activities along with renowned championship links at the Lahinch Golf Club.

With something to do for everyone, it makes a great destination for the entire family, and a perfect choice for those who like to relax and pamper themselves.

Enjoy spacious well-appointed rooms.

Enjoy spacious well-appointed rooms.

Lahinch Leisure Hotel Amenities

The Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel houses 144 spacious rooms, large comfortable beds, and plenty of amenities to make you feel at home including multi-channel TVs, hair dryers, iron and ironing board, safety deposit box, direct-dial telephone, and tea and coffee equipment.

If you’re traveling with a larger group, they do have connecting rooms and even offer triple connecting rooms. They also have a one- and two-bedroom suites available.

17-meter swimming pool

The 17-meter swimming pool is just one way to enjoy the Leisure Center.

Leisure Center

The Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel’s Leisure Centre is the perfect place to exercise or pamper and soothe away the stresses of travel or a very active day.

The fully equipped gym and 17-meter swimming pool are a great way to stay fit during your visit, but when you just want to unwind, you can take advantage of the steam room, sauna, or Jacuzzi. Kids are welcome in the Leisure Center until 7:00 p.m.

Lahinch Golf Courses

If golf is what brings you to the Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel, you’ll be pleased to find there are three different golf courses to choose from:

Lahinch Championship Golf Course: This championship course makes for an interesting game. This course is often compared to St. Andrews, and you can’t ask for a richer setting. However, unique elements add to its eclectic nature and one-of-a-kind experience. You’ll experience a number of challenging holes, including a couple of blind holes, goats that roam freely, and a ruined castle on the 7th hole.

Castle Course: The Castle Course is not as challenging as the Championship Course, but it is by no means an easy course. Water hazards and strategically designed bunkers offer plenty of challenge.

Doonbeg Golf Course: This course was designed by Greg Norman, at is nestled along the beach and dunes.

Dunes

Towering sand dunes guarantee golfers encounter challenging shots.

Authentic Irish Fare

When you stay at the Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel, you’ll find several opportunities to enjoy authentic Irish fare, too. Some options are only available during season, so be sure to contact the hotel to find out what is available during the time you plan to visit.

Photo credits: lahinchgolfhotel.com, worldgolf.com



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