An Riasc Bed and Breakfast
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... so gives a more realistic idea of what it would have been like to live there - narrow stone spiral stair cases up several stories, lovely dark carved timber wall lining and furniture. Beautiful four poster beds, ornate ceilings etc. lovely views from the turrets at the top. Strenuous work though up & down the stairs! Next stop Askeaton village for lunch. Had a look around a Franciscan Monastry - a ruin but quite intact in spots. Very large ...
... 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 ...
... picturesque and had lots of locals swimming and basking in the sun.
Limerick was very busy and was quite hectic as we navigated our way through the city centre. This was another place we had to leave off our exploration list as we wanted to get down to County Kerry in order to be able to travel The Ring of Kerry.
Now, where to stay, that was the next major decision we had to make. Didn't need to go all the way to Killarney ...
After a couple of days of exploration we left on Thursday for our longest (and most picturesque) drive to date up to the Scottish Highlands. Wow! We had amazing clear blue skies but all the mountains were still covered in snow. Lauren said that the scenery was so beautiful she didn’t care how long we had to drive for. We arrived in Inverness with time to spare so we headed to Loch Ness to take in the eerie beauty of the still waters and ...
... pouring! It was too much for my cheap umbrella so I folded it up and started jogging back to the shelter of the hostel. Soaked and out of breath I made it back, changed clothes, and settled in for an evening of reading and watching Irish and English comedy shows. They're nothing like other English some comedy bits I've seen and the handful of other guests were probably wondering what that guy downstairs all by himself was laughing about!
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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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