Augill House

Dromore Hill, Gort, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on Dromore Hill, Gort, is near Lough Key Forest Park and Castlestrange Scribed Stone.
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    Travel Blogs from Gort

    Day 61: cliffs and more

    A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... some green rocks and where the quiet man movie was filmed... But it was getting late, rainy looking, and we were very tired and ready to be off the small roads. So we headed straight to Sligo! We checked in had some tea and cookies while talking to our hosts. But unfortunately we were exhausted and headed to bed before too long. Sligo did sound like a cool place, ...

    Friday 11 July 2014 Limerick to Sligo

    A travel blog entry by bruce.durie on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... for lunch at Galway this is a busy city with cobblestone streets , many shops, cafés, buskers & bars. After lunch we drove to Knock with its modern cathedral and finally to Sligo , excursion tonight to Irish pub for drinks and ...

    The best laid plans don't matter between friends

    A travel blog entry by mystic1 on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... I had as much confidence in my driving as I did in my ability to get up in the morning and just as much luck. I lost at least another half hour of time accidentally getting off the highway, taking the wrong exit or just getting generally turned around. Dublin is a complete puzzle to get out of and I was quite discouraged by the time I managed to get myself straightened out. Garmin is helpful, but nothing beats having a good navigator to ...

    Episode 9

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 26, 2014

    77 photos

    ... surrounding it. The landscape is very harsh here with almost no trees, just the bleak hills largely covered in bog, then this lovely house and lush green surrounds halfway along the lake shore.

    The interior that we saw in our visit is how it was decorated by a Harvard Professor who lived here in the 1930’s, although he was only here for a few years before being lost at sea. There was another owner after him but they didn’t alter anything ...

    Episode 7

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... of peat that is used for cooking and heating still in Ireland. This NP has 1400 hectares of protected bog but not all in one big block, there are a few different areas separated by privately owned farm land. The thickness of the bog is about 5m deep and it grows at 1mm per year. According to what D read it was all once forest but ancient people cleared the forest and it became bog. As it is about 5m deep, the clearing must have happened 5000 years ago. Must ...