Lahinch or Lehinch (Irish: An Leacht or Irish: Leacht Uí Chonchubhair, meaning "The Memorial cairn of O'Connor") is a small town on Liscannor Bay, on the northwest coast of County Clare, Ireland. It lies on the N67 national secondary road, between Milltown Malbay and Ennistymon, roughly 75 kilometres (47 mi) by road southwest of Galway and 68 kilometres (42 mi) northwest of Limerick. The town is a seaside resort and is home to the Lahinch Golf Club. It has become a popular surfing location.
Restaurants in Lahinch
4.5 based on 373 reviews
It was quite the windy day - when we were at Lehinch Beach in October. It's beauty was breathtaking that day. Great to explore and take in the scenery. It was grand to walk about and watch the waves beating on the shore. The town offers a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Scenic cliffs stretching 700 feet over the rugged Atlantic coast. A short walk to O'Brien's Tower provides an excellent lookout on Ireland's beautiful western shoreline. The visitor centre hidden underneath the hillside houses an exhibition, two cafes, gift shop, toilets, first aid centre, information points and baggage store
This is a must-see when you’re in Ireland. The views from the cliffs are absolutely amazing! I could have stared at the cliffs and taken pictures all day had it not been so darn windy! There was also a very nice visitor’s center, a large gift shop, and a few other little stores as well. Definitely visit!
4 based on 110 reviews
Unfortunately randomly visited this pub and had an extremely unpleasant encounter/conversation with the most obnoxious arrogant opinionated bar owner my partner and I have ever met.
Have never reviewed a pub on TripAdvisor but felt the need after our experience here.
Pub is also extremely tacky and unauthentic. But the bar owner is our reason for the poor review.
5 based on 51 reviews
Old fashioned traditional Irish music pub dating back to 1895, rich in tradition and culture with a lovely atmosphere. Music every Friday and Saturday during the winter and every Wednesday Friday Saturday and Sunday during the summer, Famous for its trad sessions with some of Ireland finest having played here. Friels is a listed building a still has some of the old structural fittings in place which is worth seeing.
Called in here while driving around the Wild Atlantic Way. Had a super afternoon and ended up staying for the night. There was a great atmosphere in the place and nothing we asked for was too much. The staff were very much on the ball. Nothing we asked for was too much.
We stayed in the nearby Townhouse which was terrific as well.
Couldn't recommend this place highly enough.
5 based on 14 reviews
Nestled in the heart of Ennistymon, Cooley's House or Cooley's as its more commonly known is a warm, welcoming family run pub. It's the ideal place to come and enjoy some traditional Irish music (every Wednesday and Friday nights), a nice fire and a drink or two. A tourist favourite, traditional Irish Coffee's are Cooley's speciality, the perfect complement to a local trad session!
The best bartenders in Clare, Joan and Pat are always welcoming and will make you feel at home. Great little pub with loads of interesting knick-knacks on the walls and ceilings.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Take the trail to the left!! One of the O'brians built this to entertain his female friends!! There is a charge to climb to the top!! 2 Euros. Worth the charge -- great views in all directions!! Absolutely breathtaking scenery!! Hope for a sunny day!!
4.5 based on 904 reviews
A Stunning Underworld Experience, the Great Stalactite at Doolin Cave is one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions. It is a truly unique and breathtaking experience:- the largest stalactite in the Norhern Hemisphere. Doolin Cave has a Farmland Nature Trail, which is FREE for its visitors.We have unusual breeds of chickens, sheep, cattle and alovely pygmy goat called Minnie, with her little kid called Vincent Van Goat or Vinnie for short.We have also planted lots of native trees and shrubs and wildflower meadows. Our cafe serves lovely fresh salads, soups, breads and homemade cakes We are very proud to announce that we have recently been awarded a Gold Award from Ecotourism Ireland. Hurray!
The tour of Doolin cave was great. Very informative guide who showed us everything in the cave so we were not left wondering what things in the cave were. The highlight of the tour was obviously the stalactite which we were amazed at. Really wish we could see it for the first time again. Its huge the pictures don't do it justice. The tour is about an hour and you get a hard hat at the beginning of the tour as its quite low in some parts. Great for something to do if you're out in the area or visiting the Cliffs of Moher.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Unique Gift Shop selling rocks, fossils, gems and jewellery and with 'something for everyone' you are sure to find the perfect gift. Also enjoy our homemade scones, cakes and savouries in our relaxing tearoom with beautiful views over Liscannor bay.
Selection of cakes was a little bit overwhelming in a good way. We all enjoyed our cakes . Great coffee as well and all very reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 202 reviews
The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geoapark lies on the west coast of Ireland. In the stunning surrounds of this UNESCO-recognized Geopark you will find the longest cave system in Ireland, the largest stalactite in Europe, the Burren National Park, the Carron Nature Reserve, and a host of wild flora and fauna. It's a destination brimming with activities, attractions, culture and excellent food.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I found The Aloe Tree to be an excellent resource for food and personal items during my stay in Lahinch. They have gluten free foods, coffee and tea, and eco-friendly, healthy personal items. The staff is really friendly and super helpful. Highly recommend stopping here.
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