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, Tourist Information, and Ballycasey Craft and Design Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Shannon

To the Gold Coast via Bunratty

A travel blog entry by wombat99 on Sep 30, 2014

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... for me. A lovely young lady instructed us to "turn right out the gate and when you come to a T-section about a mile down the road, go straight ahead." She said this twice before correcting it to cross road. :)
We pulled into the local hotel with the feel of a fishing village next to a golf course. Too tired for a swim tonight, a welcome meal at the bar saw us ready for ...

Tootling Around The Peninsula With Our New Friend!

A travel blog entry by liebling on Sep 19, 2014

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... amp; shops. I was on a mission to find the Irish perfume that I had worn on our wedding day, no luck.

Had a wonderful dinner of fresh smoked salmon, mussels & a seafood pot pie. We thought we would be hanging out more in the old traditional neighborhood pubs, but was told that these are about to be a thing of the past as pubs were getting more modernized. The good news is that their wine selections have improved & that's good enough for me!

Day 10: The Final Stretch

A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on Jun 01, 2014

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... the "squeeze as much in as we can to get a flavor" kind of stretch. There were many things we just didn't have time to do. I really hadn't "planned" on doing anything particular on this day except making our way down to the airport in Shannon. The roads are not like our interstates and take a lot more time and energy to drive. We noticed that we saw much more traffic on the southwest roads and MANY more tour buses (which caused John to grit his teeth on several occasions while ...

Leaving Kilarney traveling to Drumoland Castle

A travel blog entry by kfarley on Jun 27, 2013

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We had a sweet goodbye and started North to Dromoland Castle. When we arrived we toured the grounds. The castle is well preserved with a lot of original architecture. We biked the trails and found a lilly pond and a walled garden. John liked to walk the gardens as a King would... hands clasped behind him. We had coffee in the Gallery in front of the fireplace... 2 hours later we headed to our room. We were upgraded to an ...

Cliffs of Moher on a blustery day!

A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Dec 18, 2012

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... jobs by having the locals build these walls.

During our hike we pass a strange tree, covered with strips of fabric and other mementos. They call it the Fairy Tree. While the Irish are very Catholic, they still have strong Pagan traditions. The fairies were believed to be life-size creatures with very pale skin. They fought a battle (can’t remember against whom…) and lost. As a result they were condemned to live forever ...