Hillside Bed and Breakfast Shannon

Address: 16 Tullyglass Crescent, Shannon, County Clare, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on 16 Tullyglass Crescent, Shannon, is near Dun Aengus - The Fort of Aonghasa, Clare Heritage Centre, Ballycasey Craft and Design Centre, and Tourist Information.
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Travel Blogs from Shannon

The Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by kasey.combs on May 14, 2015

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... first drink we had in Ireland had to be a Guinness. In Ireland it tastes so much better than in the States. It was delicious! We loved our first one so much we decided to stay for another drink. As we were getting another round we started talking to a group of people next to us. We had such a great time! We also found out we were in town during the big Yes/No vote to legalize gay marriage in Ireland. It was really cool to be able to talk to the locals about it! ...

Tootling Around The Peninsula With Our New Friend!

A travel blog entry by liebling on Sep 19, 2014

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... were not able to see the Blasket Islands across from us. He was taking us to a museum & the road suddenly became very narrow, another car was coming towards us, but there was only room for one car. John said, "now it is going to become fun". He had to back up to the end of the road to let the car by.

The museum was awesome. We watched a film about the habitants of the Blasket Islands, who had to be evacuated in 1953 due to the island being too ...

Day 10: The Final Stretch

A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on Jun 01, 2014

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... they were hard to resist! I went for a red one!). Our hostess said she was born and raised on the island, but moved to Galway and raised her family. She returned two years ago to the island and said that she had survived two winters, but was thinking about leaving this winter. "There is only so much walking you can do!," she said. Padraic told us that they take the ferry once a week to go to the mainland. The ferry takes 50 minutes and then they take a coach into Galway (another ...

The Burren

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 19, 2013

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... small Spa and a small Mace, so choice was limited. We did however buy an excellent rhubarb pie in the Mace and some really good home made sausages in the butcher's over the road. We had a walk round the town, which has an above average number of small hotels. The reason for this is that every September there is a matchmaking festival, lasting the whole month, rather like a huge slow motion speed dating event. ...

To Doolin!

A travel blog entry by schwinks on Sep 13, 2012

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... and one window, made fully out of stones with no mortar, similar to the beehive structures. We continued to our last stop, the ruined church of Kilmalkedar. It was a 12 century Irish Romanesque church but even before the church and Christianity arrived it was already considered a holy spot. This is evidenced by the notched ogham stone in front of the building which would have predated the church by almost a thousand years. In addition ...