Bunratty Heights Bed and Breakfast

Low Road, Bunratty, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Bunratty

    Wonderful Ireland

    A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on Jun 06, 2014

    4 photos

    ... she said lunch was ready, and we took one look and we dropped our jaw. It was a feast! There was a couple of baskets that were overflowing with bread, and on our plates was a huge tomato, lettuce at the bottom, a big scoop of potato salad, coleslaw, different types of large sized meat, pepper, and lots of other types of vegetables I don't like ( I don't like any vegetable ). When we were very full, she gave us a huge slice of Apple Tart, and a huge slice of rhubarb ...

    It's a freaking castle!

    A travel blog entry by tabbercat on Feb 16, 2013

    55 photos

    BUNRATTY!

    So I continued with the International Society to Bunratty Castle that is also just 20ish minutes from UL. The castle is connected to a village and the whole village is a tourist spot because all the homes are set up like in ancient times. So you walk around the village and explore and see some old houses. But actually, the whole village is a petting zoo! There were donkeys, chickens, pigs, deer, ponies, and Irish ...

    Batty for Bunratty

    A travel blog entry by usdirish on Aug 28, 2012

    ... the castle, we stopped in the cottages they have on display, showing how the people used to live.

    We got some tea and an apple tart, turns out they don't use cinnamon here :(. A bird hopped up on our table to share our tart, and others joined him, but they always had their eyes peeled for the larger crows or ravens that were always watching.

    We then went on to a church they have there, then the mills (horizontal and vertical) and an awesome playground! I was ...

    Oh, Children

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Jun 24, 2012

    ... oh the adventures. My family got to experience firsthand all the strange adventures I so excitedly tell you all about. I think my family is blessed with a curse that brings odd encounters our way. That’s the only way I can explain all of my odd encounters. Soon, soon you shall learn.

    But now, I am hungry. So I shall leave you all in peace while I arrange a dinner made from the oh so many fruity-type things I bought at the market, ...

    A New Semester, A New Start

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Feb 09, 2012

    ... I would like to focus my studies on the singing that occurs outside of the festival main event in order to study how music is used as a means for people to spend time together.” See, contrary to popular belief in our western university system, ethnomusicology can be quite relevant to today’s society. Ethnomusicologists don’t necessarily study the music of some tribe in some country much different than our own. We study the people, ...