Unterkunft in Irland

B&B Accommodation Lahinch Co.Clare Ireland

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Baymor House B&B Lahinch

Baymor House Lahinch
Unterkunft in Irland

Location of Baymor House B&B

We are located on School Road just off the N67 coming from the south, before descending into the town.
GPS 52.928338 (N 52° 55' 42.017)
-9.343969 (W 9° 20' 38.288")
For driving directions please have a look on the map here.


  • Shannon Airport 45 mins
  • Dublin Airport 3 hrs
  • Ennis 30 mins
  • Cliffs of Moher 10 mins
  • Beach, Pubs & Restaurants 3-5 mins walk

Things to do in the West of Clare

  • Golfing [more...]
  • Watersports [more...]
  • Walking, Hiking, Cycling [more...]
  • Wildlife, dolphin & bird watching [more...]
  • Sightseeing Tours [more...]
  • Traditional music sessions
    West Clare is the heart of traditional Irish music and dance. Many pubs feature live sessions on many evenings throughout the year, traditional music festivals take place in Co.Clare on nearly every weekend in the summer. [more...]
Baymor House Lahinch

Baymor House B&B

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. It is also perfect for those who like a revitalising walk or for swimmers. Lahinch also hosts two golf links courses, the most famous being The Links Course, on which the South of Ireland Golf Championship is played annually in the Summer. Lahinch also has the 18-hole Castle Course.
Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher, Ireland's most famous landmark is just 15 mins from our house. The Cliffs can also be explored by boat from Doolin, or by foot on an exciting new walk along the cliff edge starting near Liscannor!
The Burren
The Burren is internationally famous because of its beautiful limestone landscapes and the remarkable flora as well as its rich archaeological heritage. It is the finest example of a karstic terrain in Ireland, with a full assemblage of the curious landforms and subterranean drainage systems that characterise these limestone terrains. The area also hosts 70 wedge-tombs (the most famous of them being Poulnabrone Dolmen), ring forts, caves (most notable Aillwee & Doolin Cave), castles (Leamenagh Castle) and a network of field walls and hut circles. The Burren Display centre in Kilfenora (15 mins) provides an insight into the mysteries of the region and should be your first stop on your trip.