Ardmore House

Address: Sky Road Clifden Galway, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Sky Road Clifden Galway, Clifden, is near Clifden Castle, Galway Race Course, Connemara Championship Links, and Alcock and Brown Landing Site.
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    Connemara area

    A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Aug 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the woods and liitle known even by locals. With a GPS we navigated to it it but were almost upon it before we spotted the 60' high tower among the trees. Nick and I climbed it but we were very careful as the spiral staircase was wet and muddy. Gonig down, we maintained three points of contact at every step. We were happy to be back down on terra firma. This sort of "adventure" tickles my fancy. Back in Galway, it was curry night in the Kashmir restaurant and then bed for some tired ...

    Day 8: Pilgrimage South

    A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... told us her favorite restaurants and things to do. We settled in and John took a nap while I played online. We went between the hedges to get to the road that leads to the sea. We met a couple from Dublin who have been visiting this area for 27 years. They usually stay at the Malmore House but couldn't this year because the owner's son is getting married on Saturday and so the owner referred them to her best friend, Kathleen (our B&B). I had tried booking ...

    Day 8: The Beauty of Ireland in Full Force

    A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 14, 2013

    ... of the Aran Islands (Inis Mr literally means 'large island’). Its length is about 18 km and it’s got a population of 800 people. Apparently there’s one policeman, one priest and five pubs in total. It is also one of the few places where the main language is Gaelic! The ferry ride was okay, despite being quite bumpy. I wasn’t scared per se, but the constant rocking and bumping left me a bit uneasy. It took us 40 minutes to arrive at the island.

    Once ...

    The Aran Islands

    A travel blog entry by jkloewen on Aug 14, 2012

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... the places we have eaten lunch on this trip are amazing. We should do a picture album just of our lunchtime views. Then we got to the base of the hill leading up to Dun Aengus. You weren't allowed bikes on this path so all the rented bikes were chained up in the bike lot at the bottom (ha ha suckers). The climb up to the fort was pretty neat, with old stone walls and rocky steps. The view of the rest of the island was becoming better ...

    You have a childlike essence

    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Sep 25, 2011

    61 photos

    ... got up around 5 and we started all over again! We had a few drinks then went for dinner (had to ditch Frenchie) then went to Joe Macs till 11 then to Wattys where they were having a fund raiser for third world countries. So they had all these different singers coming up and playing everything it was great! I convinced Keith to do and Irish car bomb with me (half a pint of Guinness in a pint glass and a shot of mostly whiskey and a bit of baileys, you drop ...