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Vaughan Lodge

At a Glance

    Pros

  • quiet location
  • high standard of comfort
  • excellent restaurant on-site

    Cons

  • very popular with golfing groups

Vaughan Lodge Review

Michael Vaughan is a fourth-generation Lahinch hotelier, and he and his wife, Maria, uphold the tradition splendidly in their Edwardian-style lodge—set at the quiet end of Lahinch, only a short walk from the busy village, it combines the facilities of a top hotel with the charm of a country house. The bar is table service only, and has a clublike atmosphere with plump leather and suede sofas in calming shades of gray and buff, and a corner library. Half of the bedrooms have views of the Atlantic, just across the road, and the rest look out onto green gardens. Rooms are large, with 6 foot, 3 inch square beds, with white linen comforters, dark-red throws and cushions, and effective reading lamps. Michael's own photographs decorate the walls, and he and his staff are a fount of local information. In addition, the seafood restaurant is one of the best in town.

    Hotel Details

  • 22 rooms
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Nov.–Mar.
Updated: 04-09-2014

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