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 ...

    A day in Limerick and Kerry.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 29, 2014

    22 photos

    ... Abbeyfeale town park for a very nice relaxing early picnic tea with the crows. As we were leaving a number of kids about Ebs and Lukes age arrived for a soccer practise. Arrived back around 7, had a snooze and have been here at Sean Collins Pub since 8.30pm listening to the irish music and singing. It's now 11.30pm and time we walked home. It's very mild outside, evidence of a lot of rain but we never experienced much of it. Locals still raving over the long ...

    Circus Antics

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 25, 2014

    6 photos

    ... punch seems to calm them, odd considering sugar usually does quite the opposite. Either way, Chris and Elizabeth are grateful.

    A harpist and violinist play in the center of the room. Chris and Elizabeth have a lovely conversation with a couple from Maine about our respective travels. A woman circles the room refilling mead and punch alike. The mead, tastes nothing like any mead we've had before. Mead is traditionally made of fermented fruit and honey. Newly ...

    The Burren & The Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on Apr 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... of Moher. Absolutely lovely. On to The Burren Information centre and to the Poulnabrone Megalithic Tomb. Stayed the night at Ennis - had a lovely meal at Brogan's pub - Peter had roast bacon - said it was very nice. I tried some local sea food which was yum. And really enjoyed a traditional Irish session - started with 2 and ended with ...


    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 ...