Things to do

If you are visiting the area and are looking for things to do after a round at Doolin Pitch and Putt. Here is some information about other activities and places to stay locally.


Surfing is a popular activity locally in Doolin, Lahinch and Fanore. Surf lessons are available for beginners & improvers. Equipment hire & sales available from Lahinch Surf Experience, The Green Room Surf School & Shop, Lahinch Surf School, Bens Surf Clinic and Aloha Surf School Fanore.


Other local activities include walking tours & trails, rock climbing, archery and swimming. Check out Lahinch Seaworld, Lahinch Adventures and Ballyvaughan Walking Club. Check out Nevsail Watersports & Limerick Adventures in Kilkee & Limerick for some fun and adventure, rock climbing, sailing, kayaking and SUP Boarding so there'e plenty to choose from.

Places to Stay

There is a broad range of accommodation providers in Doolin and the surrounding area from Hotels to Holiday homes and Bed & Breakfasts, Hostels & Campsites.


In Doolin we have Hotel Doolin, home to the Doolin Folk Festival, the Craft Beer & Roots Festival and many other local events throughout the year. In neighboring towns & villages there is the Armada Hotel Spanish Point, the Falls Hotel Ennistymon, Lahinch Golf Hotel and the Merriman Hotel Kinvara.

Explore more hotels in the area by checking Hotels Combined.

Bed and Breakfasts

The are lots of bed and breakfast accommodation nearby so we will just name a few here; Pairc Lodge Doolin, Riverside Cottage Doolin and Doolin Lodge.


There are a number of local hostels in Doolin, Lisdoonvarna and Carron. In Doolin we have Doolin Inn & Hostel, Aille River Hostel and Rainbow Hostel. In Lisdoonvarna there is Sleepzone Hostel and Clare's Rock Hostel in Carron.


If you are interested in camping, mobile home, caravan or tents check out Doolin Camping by the harbour in Doolin.

Visitor Centres & Visitor Information

If you would like to learn more about the area while you are here, these places of interest are a good source of information and entertainment to pass away a few hours and maybe learn a little along the way.

There is the Michael Cusack Centre in Carron. Michael was one of the founders of the GAA in Ireland, Irelands native sports of gaelic football and hurling. Glor Theatre in Ennis for shows & exhibitions. Caherconnell Stone Fort & The Burren Centre for information on The Burren, Irelands famous karst landscape. Check out our local caves, Doolin Cave and the Great Stalactite or Aillwee Cave in Ballyvaughan. Try a visit to the Burren Smokehouse in Lisdoonvarna for some local artisan cuisine.