The Lodge at Doonbeg, overlooking the Atlantic
Steve Uzzell
Monday, May 07, 2007

W.B. Yeats' famous summary of Ireland — "Great hatred, little room" — has always had a more practical iteration for golfers visiting the west coast of the country: Great courses, no rooms. Whether you're in Ballybunion or Lahinch, it has never been easy to find golf-accessible accommodations that could improve on the threadbare sheets and tepid water common in western Ireland's bed-and-breakfast industry.

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