Achill Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Address: Achill Lodge 5 Cashelmara, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Achill Lodge 5 Cashelmara, Galway, is near Salthill Promenade, Leisureland, Seapoint Leisure Centre, and Feeny's Equestrian Centre.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Achill Lodge Bed & Breakfast Galway

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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          A travel blog entry by bridgesworld on Sep 29, 2015

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          ... a long peninsula with white sandy beaches on both sides.

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          A travel blog entry by pilgrimsjourney on Aug 05, 2015

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          ... to us, and then offered to give us money for a bus to Newry. We said we were ok, but thanks so much, then she asked if we wanted to come in for a coffee. Sure! The beauty of our trip is the flexibility. I was happy for the opportunity to get to know someone, and that coffee turned into a wonderful three day detour from our original destination. The girls name was Julia, and she was amazing, so friendly, so fun-loving, so generous, and so adventurous. We had a lovely time with her, ...

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          ... Kylemore Abbey, castle-like, self sufficient, even with their own hydro power generation. Then on towards the dominant cone shaped mountain, Croagh Patrick. Here we stayed in a B&B at the base of this sacred mountain. Pilgrims flock here, especially on St. Patrick's Day, to climb barefoot to the chapel at the top, where it is said St Patrick fasted and meditated for 40 days. Well, we did climb it - very tough, very steep- ...

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          A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 05, 2015

          ... birthright. Once again it was impossible to not get caught up in that passion for keeping culture alive. I was absolutely fine at kicking the ball because of all the football I've been exposed to, and was ok at handballing too, but that was all! Hurling is a completely crazy game of the most exceptional skill, and I would very much love someday to see a live professional game because it is so utterly awesome to watch. I was also ...

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          A travel blog entry by bru48cas on May 17, 2014

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          ... Nice home though and very welcoming. Into town for a walk around before dinner and found it to be really disappointing. No old world charm about it at all and a bit run down. We made our way to Doolins, a recommendation for music and dinner only to find that it more looked like a blood house and the music wouldn't start until around 10pm. The final 20 minutes or so of the FA cup was showing and this gave us time for a drink. Carol is now ...