Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg

Ireland’s secluded seaside resort

You will revel in Ireland’s natural beauty at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg, where the sea breeze sweeps across the misty rolling hills. The hotel resides in a grand stone estate sitting secluded along the coast.

Stunning Old World character continues inside, where carefully curated furniture, art and antiques fill the rooms. And along the way, the staff demonstrates true Irish hospitality, whether it be by lighting your suite’s fireplace before arrival or planning a family scavenger hunt along the water.

Though the hallmark of the property is its championship golf course, its rustic setting allows for a laundry list of other outdoor activities, including horseback riding, fishing, rock climbing and bird watching.

If the weather takes a turn for the worse or if you’d rather relax indoors, enjoy some time at the spa or curl up with a book in one of the cozy parlors.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • There’s much to explore in Doonbeg, and the property’s location along hiking and biking trails makes it easy to do so. These trails cater to a range of skill levels, ensuring that everyone can soak up the surrounding landscape.
  • Overlooking Doughmore Bay, Ocean View Restaurant offers a prime spot to watch the sun set. Settle in for the seasonal multi-course tasting menu or opt for a cocktail and an Irish cheese board to pair with the color-streaked sky.
  • With playgrounds, babysitting services and plenty of family-friendly activities,Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg makes traveling with tots in tow easy. The Trump Kids program also allows younger guests to play a game of pool in the Junior Clubhouse or practice their swing on an 18-hole putting green.
  • The Ireland resort’s centerpiece is without a doubt its championship-caliber golf course. Hugging 1.5 miles of coastline, the Martin Hawtree-designed links are some of the most picturesque around, but the ever-changing winds make these greens a thrilling challenge for even the most experienced golfer.
  • From a muscle-relaxing massage to a firming sea tonic body wrap, White Horses Spa has what you need for some indulgence. If you can’t decide, try the Signature Holistic Rebalancing Ritual, a sublime journey to re-mineralize and recharge your body using freeze-dried seawater which works its marine magic during an exfoliation and massage.

Things to Know

  • The County Clare hotel has a shuttle bus that will bring you to the village of Doonbeg. For more sightseeing, iconic Irish destinations like the Cliffs of Moher and the Aillwee Cave are close enough for day trips.
  • If you need help deciding what to do, don’t hesitate to ask the staff. Not only will you receive great recommendations, but you might even find yourself enjoying a specially planned outing catered toward your interests.
  • Breakfast comes included with your stay at Trump Doonbeg.

The Rooms

  • Accommodations range from cozy 385-square-foot spaces to multi-room cottages equipped with state-of-the-art kitchens. For a more independent stay, or if you’re bringing a bigger party, the latter is a great option.
  • All suites are unique and made to feel like home, that is, if your home includes large fireplaces, beautiful exposed beams and ocean views.
  • Rooms give off a country estate vibe with iron chandeliers, stone flooring and antique-treated wood accents. Plush seating, floral patterns and fresh flowers brighten things up.

The Restaurants

  • Sip a pint of Guinness overlooking the 18th hole from your perch at Trump's Bar & Restaurant. With its dark wood bar, large stone fireplace and intricate metal chandeliers, this classic dining room is warm and welcoming.
  • For something heartier than a simple stout, opt for Trump's Bar & Restaurant’s locally inspired fare like Doonbeg crab claws, fish and chips, or Clare lamb served with a mint and basil jus.
  • Savor seasonal food with a side of Atlantic vistas when you dine at Ocean View Restaurant. Dishes change regularly, but expect selections like a shrimp- and buffalo-ricotta-stuffed ravioli, pea and Parmesan risotto, and a charred-pineapple-infused chicken curry.
  • In-room dining is a fine culinary experience at the hotel. Whether it’s breakfast in bed or a late-night dinner after a long day of excursions, choose from an extensive menu of dishes made with local ingredients 24 hours a day.
  • When you need nourishment on the go, visit the Coffee Dock in the courtyard for an array of hot and cold beverages, sandwiches and fresh cakes from the pastry kitchen.

24-hour room service
Babysitting services
House car
Meeting rooms
Pet friendly
Getting There
Doonbeg, County Clare, Ireland
SNN (1 h)   DUB (3 hr-3 hr 30 min)   ORK (2 hr 30 min)  
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