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Entire condo · Lahinch
Stunning 1 bedroom sea-front apartment
A modern one bedroom apartment with a separate sitting room and kitchen in the heart of Lahinch. Featuring uninterrupted views of the Atlantic ocean , this sea-front space is perfect for a relaxing getaway! This stylish apartment is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way which is a perfect base for touring county Clare, visiting The Cliffs of Moher and The Burren National Park. As featured on-
$115 per night
Private room · Lahinch
Clairhouse C (Single)
Our place is a 5 minute walk to Lahinch beach, where you can stroll, swim and surf or enjoy the 18 hole championship golf course nearby. Explore the Wild Atlantic way, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren National Park from our home. You will love our place because of the proximity to the village. Directions: when you arrive in Lahinch village, follow the N67 Miltown Malbay / Kilrush route for 500 metres approx. Our house name is Clairhouse Accommodation, Postcode V95 F5W9.
$53 per night
Entire guest suite · Lahinch
‘The Garage’ Lahinch
The Garage is a quirky, cosy, comfortable, self contained Garage, converted with care and passion. Distant sea view. Excellent WiFi. Lahinch town and beach are a pleasant 10 minute stroll. 10 km from The Cliffs of Moher. Fancy something a bit different ? Visit The Garage! One tip ! While we are happy to host for just one night, many guests who have arrived for one night have expressed the wish they’d booked for 2 because there’s lots to see and enjoy and it’s nice to have time to chill.
$79 per night

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Stay near Lahinch's top sights

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Lahinch Beach37 locals recommend
Photo of Lahinch Golf Club
Lahinch Golf Club26 locals recommend
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Kenny's Bar17 locals recommend
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Danny Mac's6 locals recommend
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The Corner Stone Bar and Restaurant5 locals recommend
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Joe's Café8 locals recommend

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Shipping container · Lahinch
Skippy's Shack - a unique shipping container.
$96 per night
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Luxurious 3 bedroom house on the ocean front.
$260 per night
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Clairhouse -The Gallery
$140 per night
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The Dell 18 (Lahinch promenade with glorious sea views)
$152 per night
Entire home · Lahinch
3 Bedroom Holiday Home with Sea Views
$95 per night
Entire rental unit · Lahinch
Seafield House Maisonette
$152 per night
Entire bungalow · Lahinch
Spectacular Sea Views On The Wild Atlantic Way
$189 per night
Entire townhouse · Lahinch
Closest House to the Sea in Ireland
$152 per night
Entire home · Lahinch
Holiday home-3 bedroom. 1 double, 1 twin 1 single
$137 per night
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Cosy Cabin - Lahinch
$79 per night
Entire home · Lahinch
Amazing Location, House in the centre of Lahinch
$146 per night

Your guide to Lahinch

All About Lahinch

Located on Liscannor Bay on the northwest coast of Ireland, Lahinch is a seaside village well positioned for exploring County Clare and the wider Munster region. The focal point of the town is undoubtedly its 1.25-mile sandy beach on the Atlantic Ocean — it’s Blue Flag certified, which means it is clean and safe to swim in. There’s also a lifeguard on duty for extra peace of mind. The breaks formed by the crescent-shaped headlands attract thrill-seeking canoeists and surfers. In fact, there’s a thriving surf scene in the town, with shops, schools, and social events. Sailors, swimmers, kite surfers, and all types of anglers also come to Lahinch to take in the marine offerings.

Lahinch’s colorful streets are lined with independent shops and galleries showcasing local creations. The cafes and traditional pubs make cozy spots to while away a few hours, especially when accompanied by live music. Curious foodies can take a wild-food walk and may even find local seaweed dishes on the menu. North of town, the marshland draws birders to look and listen for pink-footed geese and other rare species. Meanwhile, golfers come here to play a few rounds on the two acclaimed courses in the area.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lahinch?

Lahinch weather is cool, humid, and fairly mild, with light rainfall common throughout the year. Because of the town’s location on the coast, temperatures rarely drop to freezing in winter, but Atlantic storms occur from late autumn through winter, so book your visit for spring and summer if you want to avoid extreme weather. May is the driest and sunniest month, and June and July the warmest, though the heat will never be considered tropical. If you book your Lahinch accommodation for March, you’ll experience St. Patrick’s Day in full swing on the 17th, when the town comes to life with live music and parades.

What are the top things to do in Lahinch?

Surfing at Lahinch Beach

Surfing is a core element of the town’s culture, so you’ll want to take to the waves for an exhilarating view of the County Clare coastline. The surf at Liscannor Bay is beginner-friendly, and you’ll find several surf schools ready to equip you and get you paddling. You can reward yourself with a hearty meal at one of the local pubs once you’ve dried off.

Cliffs of Moher

One of the best-known views in Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher are just six miles from Lahinch, and the paved pathways tracing the clifftop route allow you to take in the stunning views over the Aran Islands. More than 35 bird species, including peregrines, puffins, and guillemots, call the steep cliffs home, and you might spot dolphins and whales out at sea. You can rent picnic blankets and binoculars at the visitor center.

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

The Bunratty Castle and Folk Park is just over 35 miles southeast of Lahinch. Its site was a Viking trading center in the 10th century. The castle, the fourth built at the site, dates from 1425 and is extremely well-preserved. The Folk Park is a living recreation of a 19th-century Irish village, with dozens of traditional buildings, including farmhouses, a school, and a grocery populated by local characters who explain their history. The interactive Fairy Trail that leads through the woodlands enchants visitors of all ages.

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