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The Mid West Region


Other Golf Clubs in the Mid West Region Rockwell Golf Club


www.rockwellcollege.ie


Rockwell College, Cashel, Co. Tipperary Course Parkland


Spanish Point Golf Club


Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare Course Links


Thurles Golf Club


Turtulla, Thurles, Co. Tipperary Course Parkland


t 353 (0)62 61444 e info@ rockwellcollege.ie


www.spanishpointgolfclub.com


t 353 (0)65 7084198 e info@spanishpointgolfclub.com


www.thurlesgolfclub.com


t 353 (0)504 21983 e office@thurlesgolfclub.com


Roscrea Golf Club


Derryvale, Dublin Road, Roscrea Course Parkland


Templemore Golf Club


Manna Sth, Templemore, Co. Tipperary Course Parkland


Woodstock Golf Club


Ennis, Co. Clare Course Parkland


t 353 (0)504 31400 e tmoregc1@eircom.net


www.woodstockgolfclub.com


t 353 (0)65 6829463 e proshopwoodstock@eircom.net


www.roscreagolfclub.ie


t 353 (0)505 21130 e info@roscreagolfclub.ie


The Lodge at Doonbeg Golf Club www.doonbeggolfclub.com


Sancta Maria Hotel


www.sancta-maria.ie


Doonbeg, Co. Clare


t 353 (0)65 9055600 f 353 (0)65 9055247 e reservations@doonbeggolfclub.com Rates From €150.00 per deluxe bedroom/ €75.00 pps. Contact Linda O´Gorman Nearby Golf Courses Doonbeg, on-site 9


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Description | Hotel


Located on the stunning Clare coastline, The Lodge at Doonbeg Golf Club combines stellar accommodation, an acclaimed links course, fine dining, a world-class spa, and unparalleled service levels. This unique combination, unrivalled in Ireland, makes Doonbeg Ireland’s premier luxury destination.


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t 353 (0)65 70 81111 f 353 (0)65 70 81011 e info@vaughanlodge.ie Rates From €130 Single / €180 Double Contact Michael Vaughan


Nearby Golf Courses Lahinch, Doonbeg, Dromoland, Ennis, Woodstock


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Small 4th generation local hotel family run Boutique hotel built in 2005 with a top class restaurant and cocktail lounge. The large rooms are golfer friendly, with great showers, beds, and free wifi. Located just a small stroll from the golf courses and Lahinch village. We go an extra step to accommodate your requirements.


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Lahinch, Co. Clare


t 353 (0)65 7081041 f 353 (0)65 7081529 e sanctamaria01@eircom.net Rates B&B from €45 pps Contact Thomas McInerney


Nearby Golf Courses Lahinch, Doonbeg, Woodstock, Kilrush, Dromoland and Ennis.


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The Sancta Maria Hotel is owned and run by the McInerney family who have welcomed golfers and holidaymakers alike for 60 years. Many of the attractive bedrooms overlook the famous Lahinch golf links which is within 100 yards of the hotel. The hotel restaurant specialises in fresh produce and special emphasis is placed on local seafoods and home baking. Special Golf Breaks available.


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