Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg. Close to the village of Doonbeg, out on the water’s edge, sits one of Europe’s most distinguished 5-star golf break destinations, Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg (formally Lodge at Doonbeg).

Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg (formerly the Lodge at Doonbeg) awaits golfers with spacious accommodations, fine amenities and excellent service. A trip to Doonbeg is an unparalleled opportunity to experience luxury accommodations. Set against a magnificent backdrop of rugged landscape, rolling waves and sand dunes. With thousands of years of stories buried within them. Appealing to city-escapees, families and surfers as much as to the discerning golfer. The suites are uniquely crafted to ensure space, comfort and privacy. Trump Doonbeg’s guests enjoy the utmost in old-world luxury and refinement in 5 star hotel suites. Beautifully appointed with curated furnishings, art and antiques.

​Recreation is a distinct pleasure at Trump International Doonbeg, with a variety of activities to choose from. Guests may prefer the simplest pleasure. An early morning relaxing stroll or jog along 1.5 miles of coastline overlooked by Trump International Doonbeg. For the adventurous, activities are wide ranging, including: horseback riding, hill walking, nature adventures, coastal cycle rides and family activities to suit every interest. Surfing, shoreline and off shore fishing, kayaking and diving are some of the many water activities, which can be facilitated at Trump International Doonbeg and it’s surrounding area. This certainly is a golf break must in Ireland.

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Children and extra beds

The little ones will be spoilt for choice at Doonbeg with a wide range of activities available. Hours can be spent on the beach building sandcastles, searching for buried treasure or rock pool fishing. With two full stocked fishing ponds kids can join adult for some fishing, our guest services team will be happy to provide all the equipment needed. There is also a go kart track for kids to enjoy. For smaller guests there is a playground which includes a seesaw, swings and a slide. Kids can also avail of complimentary bike hire while at Doonbeg.

County Clare Golf Breaks

County Clare Golf Breaks  County Clare Golf Breaks. Located in Ireland’s southwest, County Clare is a rural county with lots of beautiful little villages. One of Ireland’s best modern golf resorts, the Lodge at Doonbeg, designed by Greg Norman. Recently bought by Donald Trump, can be found in County Clare. Click the link to see more Golf Breaks

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The Golf

The world renowned 18-hole championship, Doonbeg golf links course at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel™ Doonbeg (formerly the Doonbeg Golf Club), spans 1.5 miles of crescent shaped beach and century old sand dunes along Doughmore Bay. The County Clare, Ireland golf course was officially opened in 2002 and immediately earned the prestigious title of Golf Digest's Best New International Course. In 2010, Trump International Doonbeg was awarded European Golf Resort of the Year by the IAGTO.

The speed and direction of the wind cause consistent daily variations in play. However, to help players perfect their game, golf instruction is available for both individuals and groups throughout the year with our resident golf professional. Caddies, who are independently trained to expert international standards through our Caddie Programme, are also available to significantly improve your pace-of-play, scoring, and overall experience.

Offering views of the Atlantic from 16 of 18 holes, the newly redesigned golf course at Trump International Golf Links Ireland is a stunning sight to behold. The average time taken for a round of golf is four hours and thirty minutes. The par-72 layout features a single loop of nine holes out and nine back, playing 7,026 yards from the back tees. Designed with the philosophy of ‘least disturbance', the most natural route was taken in laying the course out through the sand dunes. As a result, the golf course in Ireland has a unusual combination of five par 3s and five par 5s.