An Riasc Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAn Riasc Bed and Breakfast Ballydavid
Although it's in the middle of nowhere, this B&B was a great place to stay for a couple of nights. The owner, Denise, is a great cook and very friendly. Our room was large and very nice. Driving out to it at night was a little tricky, but the views on a clear day are fantastic!
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... that any castle or abbey that I suggested we could visit was closed for the season. That way we just kept driving as there was a lot of miles to cover today. As we travelled, the patient one wanted to know why we were not taking the road to Limerick, and why do we have to look at more coast. I had told her I had a surprise planned for her but could not let on lest I spoil it. We arrived at Kilrush and Killimer to cross the Shannon by car ferry. I was partially ...
... lunch for both, so we stopped in for lunch at a place that Dennis had gone to last time he was in the area - Mareena's Simply Food. Oh my goodness, everything was fantastic! I had the warm Cashel bleu salad...yum. Then Dennis and I parted ways to go to our appointments. My pedicure was at this little Thai style salon on the 3rd floor of a building on the main street. I was the only customer and the owner of the place was originally from Phukhet so we had a lot ...
... breakfasts have been excellent: fruit cereal breads yogurt eggs ham sausage soda bread jams coffee and juice are the normal choices. Today I had porridge with Baileys followed by sausage n eggs plus juice soda bread and coffee. Guess what - we has sunshine today!!!! It will be hard to tell one photo from another as we have been wearing our jackets most of the time. Since it is closing on 12:45 I will sign ...
The cottages are pretty in pastels of yellow, pink and blue - all beautifully tended and often with flowering gardens.
Antiquities abound from Iron Age stone forts to inscribed stones, early Christian oratories and the most amazing stone beehive huts.
Road signs are invariably in Gaelic - we pass the same place ...
... on top of a hill with a ruined castle-14km round trip along the cliffs. Stunning. A call in to our local pub for a Guinness (thought I best have one) to celebrate our walk and then back to our B& B to be greeted with sticky date pudding and coffee. We are going to have to step up the walking to counteract all this food. This holiday is just what we wanted. Small villiages in out of the way places and lots of ...