Lios na Mara are 3* semi-detached holiday homes just a 3 minute walk from Lahinch town centre and sandy blue flag beach. Each of these holiday homes can accommodate up to 6 people in:
1 x double bedroom
2 x twin bedrooms
Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, washing machine/dryer
Bed linen and duvets provided
Beds are made up on arrival
Electric Central Heating
Cots are available on request
Private car parking
Pets are allowed at Lios na Mara on a request basis and the charge is 25 euro per pet payable in cash on arrival.
LOCAL ACTIVITIES IN LAHINCH
Falls Hotel & Spa
Falls Hotel & Spa is located only 3km from Lahinch in Ennistymon and this is where the Aqua & Fitness Club is located. https://www.fallshotel.ie/relax.html
Aqua & Fitness Club offers the following facilities:
Pool, outdoor hot tub, children's pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, bubble pool and gym
Lahinch Seaworld is located right on the promenade of Lahinch. It boasts one of Ireland’s largest indoor Aquariums, a Gym and Fitness Centre, along with a 25 metre swimming pool with jacuzzi, sauna, steam room as well as a kiddies pool with a slide. For full details on opening hours and prices visit www.lahinchseaworld.com.
Lahinch boasts two 18 hole golf courses. Lahinch Golf Course, established in 1892, is known as the St. Andrews of Ireland. Overlooking Liscannor Bay golfers can experience the sporting pleasure of playing a championship links course in breathtaking surroundings. The town is also the ideal base for touring and playing the other Golf Courses of the region including Kilrush, Kilkee, Woodstock, Ennis and the fabulous new Doonbeg Golf Course are within a short drive while the Killimer Car Ferry brings the Kerry Championship courses of Ballybunion, Tralee & Killarney within easy reach.
Lahinch is recognised as one of the most spectacular and clean seaside resorts in the country. It has lifeguards on duty during the peak season and because of frequent high surf it is considered one of the most exciting locations in the country for surfing and windsurfing.
Lahinch is an Angler’s paradise offering Game, Coarse and Sea Angling options in the local area.
Pony Trekking is available on the beautiful beach in Lahinch and is the perfect way to enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the area.
Clare is an excellent destination for cycling offering a number of Cycling Routes to suit all levels of fitness and expertise.
The beach at Lahinch is fringed by a promenade – ideal for a short walk. Visitors seeking longer walks can enjoy the beautiful scenery of North Clare, the Burren or the wild and spectacular Cliffs of Moher.
Lahinch Surf School is based in Lahinch on the west coast of Ireland and provides a safe, relaxed and affordable introduction to the exhilarating sport of surfing.
500 square kilometres of lunar-like landscape world famous for its incredible fauna growing from its limestone base. The Burren Display Centre in Kilfenora helps interpret this fascinating area with audio visual and display supports.
The Cliffs of Moher
Just North of Lahinch these cliffs rise in places to over 215 metres (700 feet) and stretch for almost 8km.
Aillwee Cave is an essential part of any tour to the Region with its supberb display of stalactites, stalagmites, relics of bears and waterfall.
Lisdoonvarna in North Clare is Ireland’s premier Spa town and its therapeutic mineral waters have been dispensed since the 18th Century. The town is also famous as being host to the September Matchmaking Fesival (one of Europe's largest singles matchmaking festivals)
Lahinch is the ideal base to explore the diverse and beautiful Clare landscape. It has two kilometres of unspoiled blue flag beaches fringing Liscannor Bay. Visit the Burren, Cliffs of Moher, Bunratty Castle and Aillwee Caves or take a ferry to the wild and beautiful Aran Islands. The vilalge is convenient to many excellent local restaurants and shops.
Listen to the best of Irish music in the pubs of Lahinch and nearby towns and village. County Clare is acknowledged as the home of Irish traditional music and song.
Shannon Airport 30 miles / 50 kms
Limerick 38 miles / 60 kms
Dublin 160 miles / 260 kms
Cork 100 miles / 165 kms
Galway 50 miles / 80 kms
Doolin (ferry to Aran Islands) 9 miles / 14 kms