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Trump International Golf Links Doonbeg

Luxury by the sea

Golf Resort

In 2014 Donald Trump bought for a figure of approximately 15 million euros the complex that until then was called Doonbeg Golf Club. Today it is called Trump International Golf Links Doonbeg.

The five-star Resort has more than 200 rooms and luxury is the main feature of this hotel.
Beyond its fabulous golf course, there are many beach activities that can be done.

Golf

Trump International Doonbeg Golf Links

Trump International Doonbeg Golf Links

  • Two-time Open winner Greg Norman was commissioned to design the course, which opened in 2002.
  • Mr. Martin Hawtree carried out the redesign of the course after the Resort was acquired by Trump.
  • In his original design, Norman made good use of the movement of the sand dunes. That is why the field has a lot of unevenness. In addition, 16 of the 18 holes have ocean views, and several are attached to Doughmore Bay.

Accommodation

Guest Rooms

Guest Rooms

These rooms are average 385 square feet and are furnished to exceptional standards.

Classic Links Cottages

Classic Links Cottages

These luxurious self-catering cabins have been built to the highest standards, with French limestone used for flooring and marble cladding in the bathrooms, and all have views of the fairways or local farmland. Luxury cabins range in size from 1,100 square feet to 2,800 square feet.

Other things to do

There are excursions to sail two hours in the Atlantic where you can see dolphins, gray seals and different types of sea birds. The most popular attraction in this area is a visit to the Cliffs of Moher, 40 km north of the Resort.

For golf fans, 30 kms. To the north is Lahinch GC, one of the oldest fields in Ireland. To the south, about 60 kms., Is Ballybunion GC, another great field on the island.

Planning

When to travel

When to travel

The best months to stay in are from May to August, booking with 5 months anticipation to guarantee availability

How to get there

How to get there

You have to fly to Dublin and from there you can go to Doonbeg by car (about three hours away) or by train (five hours)

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