Carramore Lodge Bed and Breakfast

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

      Killaloe & a technicoloured yawn!

      A travel blog entry by 111days on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Molony. We think he may be dad’s cousin, but he was a bit too (apologetically) drunk to have much of a conversation. In the morning, the man who owned the B&B cooked breakfast for us. I had pancakes and hot chocolate, and mum & dad both had a full Irish breakfast.
      We then drove to a town called Borrisoleigh and went to Mass at 11. Borrisoleigh is near where Bishop Shanahan was born. Bishop Shanahan is my great-grandmother’s uncle (I think). After ...

      Circus Antics

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 25, 2014

      6 photos

      ... make for the safety of the car. We drive in the deluge to Bunratty, the rain coming down in buckets. Both boys seem to have gained more energy with each drop and Elizabeth turns to look back at them in the car and sees Kaeleb holding his book over his head as he try's to lick the rain drops, because it's a great idea to have your window door in a dowpour. "I was getting wet but wanted to drink the rain." Makes perfect sense right? By the time we make it to ...

      Day 17 Limerick area

      A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on Jun 01, 2014

      10 photos

      ... about 15 years. He could print me out the information for €12. Yes I would take it. Evidently it was obscure because the clan was so small. But the printout did describe a coat of arms. The nice man said they could produce a copy of this coat of arms for me and send it to my home in about 5 weeks. It would cost €55 but this would include the printout and registered postage. I would never have this opportunity again, so I bought it. No breakfast was starting to ...

      Clare!

      A travel blog entry by rigandsavvy on Jul 11, 2013

      7 photos

      ... were formed over 320 million years ago during a time called the Upper Carboniferous period when the area was much warmer in climate and was situated at the mouth of a large river. The river flowed down bring mud and sand with it eventually dumping it all over the area where it settled and formed the rock layers. The Cliffs of Moher is also a protected area under the EU Birds Directive 1979 and is home to Ireland ...

      Leaving It All Behind - Regrets and Non-Regrets

      A travel blog entry by chasingmysummer on May 21, 2013

      1 photo

      ... but still find their way to the centre. You never know the type of path you're on until you've taken it to the end.

      So yes, I'll be stepping on that plane this Friday with some regrets, but I don't think that's entirely a bad thing. Not sharing experiences with someone just means there are more stories to hear and tell afterwards. Now it's time to go write a few of my own.
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