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Auburn Lodge Hotel & Leisure Centre

Overall Rating
68%
Galway Road
Ennis, Ireland
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With the warmest of Clare hospitality, the Auburn Lodge Hotel & Leisure Centre invites you to come and experience Ennis, Co. Clare while enjoying the charm of our landscaped gardens and the beauty of our nearby lakeside walks.

This is the perfect place to relax in. Moreover, each room is complete with bathroom/shower ensuite, satellite TV with video, channel radio, direct dial telephone, hairdryer and complimentary tea and coffee tray furnished with your comfort in mind.

Located only 15km away is Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Dating back to 1425, the castle is the most authentic and complete castle in Ireland.

As a town known for its richness in history and tradition, Ennis dates back to the 13th century, when it was originally settled around the site of a Francisan Friary. With the Friary's magnificent ruins still at its center, the town exists today as a thriving market-place known for its narrow, winding streets and colorful shopfronts and pubs.

Situated on the main Galway/Limerick Road (N18), the Auburn Lodge Hotel is just 15km from Shannon International Airports.
Located only 15km away is Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Dating back to 1425, the castle is the most authentic and complete castle in Ireland. Also located on its grounds is the recreation of a 19th Century village, complete with shops, crafts and tea room.

For the golf enthusiast there are many fine golf courses in the area. These include Ennis, Lahinch, Ballybunion, Woodstock, Dromoland and Shannon.

Just North along the Coast of Clare, are the famous Cliffs of Moher. Stretching over 5 miles long and rising over 700 feet, they provide a truly spectacular view of the Clare coastline, the Aran Islands and the hills of Kerry and Connemara.