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Loughrask Lodge is perfectly located in the beautiful Burren area in the County Clare, providing panoramic views of both Galway Bay and the Burren mountains as well as being situated a short 10-minute stroll from Bishop’s Quarter Beach or a short drive to the Flaggy Shore Beach – both are stunning. This region is ideal for photographers, walkers, botanists, artists and anyone who enjoys a good view. Ballyvaughan is only 1 kilometer away and boasts excellent cafés, gift shops, restaurants, and pubs. Loughrask Lodge is also located close enough to Galway city and Ennis town if you’re looking for a more busy scene.

The lodge is carefully decorated and features spacious, en-suite rooms with picturesque mountain or Galway Bay views, and a guest’s lounge area where you can help yourself to a fine selection of organic teas and coffee at any time as well as make use of the free wifi and television.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Ironing facilities
  • Lounge
  • Room service
  • Wakeup call
  • Children’s play area
  • Printer
  • High-Speed WiFi

Your hosts, Annette and Joe cook up a scrumptious continental or full Irish breakfast every morning in the dining room.

On the Map: Ballyvaughan village is situated in northern County Clare, in the heart of the Burren Region, and close to Ireland’s west coast. The village is accessed via the N67 road that connects the cities of Lisdoonvarna (to the west) & Kinvara (to the east).

Ballyvaughan is the ideal place for almost everybody: those who look for peace and tranquility in their holidays, those who look for traditional music and old pubs, for archaeologists, botanists and fishermen. Families will enjoy the safety of the beach in Bishopsquarter, surfers will love the waves in Fanore. Hillwalking and cycling are among the most popular pastimes among locals and tourists alike. It is also a great base for exploring some of the best knownlandmarks of Ireland – The Cliffs of Moher, Poulnabrone Dolmen and Alliwee Caves to name but a few.

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