Bard's Den

, Letterfrack Village, Letterfrack, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
 

Travel Blogs from Letterfrack

Episode 8

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear

72

... on the lively birdsong. There seems to be plenty of birds in Ireland, either that or they are especially vocal, there is always a great amount of birdsong from daylight at some unearthly hour of the morning till about 8pm. That is well before dark, at present it doesn’t get dark till about 11pm and currently there is a full moon so it’s not really dark at all. In the forest there seems to be a lot of trees that have blown over, ...

Something about a Quiet Man

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters

12

... my mom really likes. Sue bought a shirt there. Then we shopped some more and came home. Today was a pretty calm day. Good night! -Briana Heyo! From now on ( in Ireland ) we are only staying in B&Bs for one night, then we move on. We are making our way to Northern Ireland. We are in Westport right now, and we left Galway. This morning, and yesterday morning and yesterday night, we swam in the indoor swimming pool ...

Episode 5

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear

33

... over the barrage, a pair of swans with 4 cignet, L can’t remember the last time she saw cygnets. There were many ducks and a goose with goslings. L will try and load a video of the swan and cygnets;

When we visited the Rock of Cashel there were hoards of tourists. This seems to be where they congregate. When I sat in places to get my photo taken I ended up in the photos of several other people, so now my face will be seen in even more places, perhaps ...

Episode 4

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear

41

... in force. On the narrow roads D often has to pull off to the side to let another car pass in the opposite direction, with the tour busses that can be even more of a challenge. One place they didn’t get fortunately was to Stague Stone fort. On that road it would have been a nightmare. Again I was confined to the car as the rain was tipping down.

This fort dates from the pre-Christian early AD period, around 100-200AD. It had walls 6m high, 4m ...

A day of contrasts

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron

3

... like nothing else we'd seen - presume it was an infinity type contraption run by electricity - with a pull cord to turn it on, and a couple of dials for pressure (didn't seem to make any difference) and temperature. It was €65 for bed and breakfast (full Irish, of course!), so probably wasn't bad. Ann had asked us what we wanted, but ended up doing what is now our "usual".

From Bundoran we headed down ...

Location

This B&B, located on , Letterfrack Village, Letterfrack, is near Connemara National Park, Connemara National Park, Galway Race Course, and The Point Equestrian Centre and Pony Trekking.
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