Carramore Lodge Bed and Breakfast

Roolagh, Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Roolagh, Killaloe, is near Killaloe Oratories, Killaloe Heritage Centre, and Cois na hAbhna.
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    Travel Blogs from Killaloe

    Ireland, North Wales/England

    A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jun 12, 2014

    4 comments, 731 photos

    ... It has taken me a while, but whether you call me Tara or Tera really doesn't matter anymore. I even bought Tara jewelry while in Ireland.

    Once we were all collected on the bus, or should I say coach, we headed to Killarney and stopped in the village of Adare. It is said that "in the early 19th century, the Earl of Desmond laid the plan for the existing streets and townhouses of Adare. These lands and dwellings were rented to ...

    Family reunion.

    A travel blog entry by 1073-2 on Aug 18, 2013

    21 photos

    Hi one and all. We had a fantastic time in Ireland catching up with the family. Our sail across was smooth and very quiet. We had a fairly long drive from Rosslare to Killaloe but as it was very early in the morning there was little or no traffic. Our house we had rented for the week was superb. Very well equipped and spacious. Killaloe- Ballina is a very pretty spot on the river Shannon, which we took a boat ...

    The time we wiggled our noses and woke up in Eire

    A travel blog entry by maura.gill on May 26, 2013

    2 photos

    ... friendly, but we just couldn't figure it out. Thankfully, we were only 20 minutes from the Shannon Airport so we headed back to the Hertz station for assistance. When we got back, the attendant tried a few things and showed us, very simply, how to lock the door by pushing in the handle on the interior. I felt like such a silly girl at the time, but we were happy to be able to lock the car, and got back on the road. We then zoomed off, on the left, for the Cliffs of ...

    And I'm Home

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Oct 10, 2012

    ... people – a woman from Derry and a man from Oxford). I tried to read but my brain could not concentrate, so instead I listened to soft classical music, the hours passing by half in sleep and half in a daze. I stumbled off of the airplane in a warm evening, too warm for the coats and sweaters and fuzzy hats I had on, to smiling parents. They took me to a nice Mexican food dinner with iced tea under a cloudless sky. I was home. I am home.

    I planned on ...

    Oh, Children

    A travel blog entry by melepua on Jun 24, 2012

    ... Limerick’s special events fall on those few gorgeous days. Not Dublin’s though (a few weeks ago my family was on vacation. We stood in sleet and wind to watch car demonstrations. But more on that, later). I giggled as a parade of characters strolled past, some dressed in “fancy dress” as zombies, princesses, clowns, and so on, some parents walking with their wobbly child, some adults, almost everybody in blindingly yellow ...