Vaughan Lodge Hotel Lahinch in County Clare is an intimate 4 star modern designer Country Townhouse. The Lodge is owned and operated by local 4th generation hoteliers – Michael and Maria Vaughan. This popular Lahinch hotel was built in 2005 and is a low-key, high quality retreat, complete with a superb Seafood Restaurant and a lovely cocktail lounge. The atmosphere is informal but the service is professional and to the highest standard. One of the finest Hotels in County Clare, and overlooking Lahinch Golf Links, Vaughan Lodge occupies an enviable position. The Lodge is close to Doonbeg, The Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, Ennis, The Burren, Bunratty Castle and Shannon Airport. Lahinch Hotels don’t come any better!
Accommodation at Vaughan Lodge consists of spacious rooms of over 320 sq ft. There are 22 rooms in total, and all have great beds and powerful showers. Vaughan Lodge is located within a short walking distance of Lahinch’s main street and many rooms enjoy a sea view.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Hi Speed Internet connection available to all rooms. Wifi and Hard Wired RJ45
- Personalised Canvass Prints of Local Scenes by Michael Vaughan
- Power Showers
- King Koil Club Class 5 superior Beds
- In-room Safe,
- Multi ChannelTV
- CD Player
- Dedicated Reading Light
- Iron and Ironing Board
- 110v supply, ( USA type connection )
- Converter available in each room
The Lodge Restaurant:
The Lodge Restaurant at Vaughan Lodge Lahinch has a reputation for fine food and seafood, and provides the village’s premier fine dining venue. Michael’s Uncle, Eamonn Vaughan and his wife Rita ran the very popular Mr Eamonn’s in the village for many years. The strong tradition and popularity of the Vaughans continues.
The atmosphere in the seafood restaurant in Lahinch is casual but elegant and you are always assured of a great menu and service. Michael supervises the restaurant service while one of Ireland’s top young chef’s James Coffey produces simply creative cuisine.
Local specialities include Burren Lamb reared on the lush herbs of the barren country, Prime Angus Beef, and Smoked Salmon from Lisdoonvarna. Cheeses from Inagh and other craft artisans are popular.
On the Map: Lahinch is a seaside town in County Clare, on Ireland’s rugged western coast. The town is accessed via the N85 road from Ennis (to the southeast), or the more coastal N67 road from Lisdoonvarna (to the north) and Miltown Malbay (to the south).
The village of Lahinch is world renowned for two things: golf and surf. Lahinch Golf Club was founded in 1893 and has been confounding golfers from all over the world ever since. Matched only by Ballybunion in the famous links stakes, Lahinch is a must for anyone who loves the game of golf. The long sandy beach at Lahinch has long been a centre for surfing in the west of Ireland, but the recent discovery of a giant wave in the shadow of the Cliffs of Moher a few miles up the coast has brought dare-devil surfers flocking to Lahinch from as far away as South Africa and Hawaii. The result is that the village’s population of 800 swells to ten times that number each summer. The mix of golfers, surfers and bemused locals makes Lahinch a very unique place indeed.