Things to do in the Area
You will never be stuck for things to do when you are enjoying your stay in 19th Lodge Guest Accommodation, that's our guarantee. From exploring the wonders of the local scenery and wildlife, to a night of fine dining in Ballybunion. There's something for everyone, with all these activity's you will never be short of things to do.
Fine Dining & Night Life
Ballybunion boasts a multitude of award winning restaurants. That's why when you stay at 19th Lodge Guest Accommodation you will be spoiled for choice. Whether it be seafood, tapas, Chinese or just a classic Steak Ballybunion has got you covered. As well as this the night life in Ballybunion is 2nd to none with many local pubs hosting live music all night.
Ballybunion Golf Course
(The Old Course)
“If sheer pleasure is the yardstick, then Ballybunion’s Old Course gets my vote as the No.1 in the world.” – Peter Dobereiner, the famous English golf writer.
Dobereiner was doing no more than reflecting the views of the locals who somehow knew, through all of their struggles for survival since the day the club was founded way back in 1893, that the Ballybunion links was an unknown treasure waiting for the outside world to come and discover it.
Ballybunion Golf Course
(The Cashen Course)
It’s simple really. If the Cashen Course at Ballybunion Golf Club were situated anywhere else, rather than adjacent to the world-famous Old Course, it would attract far more attention and plaudits than it does.
Although built on similar, stirring terrain to the Old Course in the 1980s, in many ways ‘the Cashen’ is more irascible, more spectacular, more brutal and more unforgiving and more difficult to tame than its older, more celebrated sibling.
Nine Daughters Hole
Nine daughters is one eye-sight you will almost never forget nor experience anywhere you go, it takes in the ever lasting view of the Atlantic Ocean at its very best, the coastline of Co Clare straight ahead, to your left the Brandon Mountains, Slea head, to your right the inland shore line, passing Bromore Cliffts, Dooneen Cliffts, leading to the Mouth of the River Shannon, with untouched coastline for over 50 Kms, also taking in part of the Atlantic Way.
People travel from all over the world to take in the beauty that is the Nine Daughters hole.
The Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way cuts along the coastline of Kerry and into West Cork’s lush woodland, providing the perfect setting for fresh-air pursuits such as hiking, coasteering and sea kayaking. This delightful region’s long and storied history has given rise to an engaging culture and a one-of-a-kind character that keeps visitors enamoured long after they leave.
The Wild Atlantic Way is world famous for its stunning views and one of a kind scenery. The 19th lodge is perfectly situated for any visitors wanting to take that majestic journey.
Ballybunion is home to many beautiful beaches with potential guests being spoilt for choice when trying to decide on a beach to visit
The north and south beaches are both Blue Flag beaches and are perfect for walking, swimming, surfing and other water-sports. They are surrounded by rocky headlands, high cliffs, caves you can explore at low tide, a picture perfect castle and sand dunes and all close to the famous town of Ballybunion.
Ballybunions beaches are perfectly shaped to allow for the optimal surfing conditions. This is why the area is regarded as one of the best places to surf in Ireland by surfers the world over.
If you are a novice to surfing then don't worry as one of the local surfer trainers will have you threading the waves in no time