Lough Ree Lodge

Address: Kiltoom, Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Kiltoom, Athlone, is near Sean's, Athlone Castle, Locke's Distillery Museum, and Viking Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Athlone

Lazy sunday mornings

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 18, 2015

... whole length of the bedroom and had space for 5 people to do their ablutions at the same time without overcrowding! A gourmet breakfast followed this, the Ashling Hotel has one of the best breakfasts in Ireland.....then an equally leisurely packing and we were almost ready to catch our midday train.

Only one thing remained....postcards for smallies...yes well.......this is Ireland on a Sunday ...

"Red" Will Danagher

A travel blog entry by swdsull on Aug 07, 2013

5 comments, 31 photos

... before I head to the City Center and try and get cultured. But no wheezing about the grief of leaving; I'll recount the experiences of the past two days as best I can.

. . . Nope. Not coming to me. Trying to think of the a supremely clever way of describing my drive through the Irish countryside from Dublin to Ath Luain (that's the Irish for Athlone, a town in smack between the east, Dublin, and Galway in the west (in Gaelic, Gaillimh). Cannot, so insterad I'll just ...

E.4 : I drove a car, baby, and a horse cart, too!

A travel blog entry by ju.tremblay on Apr 14, 2013

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... some of you are probably saying" Oh! Oh! A car". However, I will answer you that there's a huge difference between driving a car in Quebec and in Ireland. Indeed, the wheel is in the other way! That's why I felt " like a boss" when my Irish daddy asked me to move the car for him.

However, I still haven't driven a tractor. Jean-Philip told me " You must be an alpha male to drive ...

Dublin: rebellions and Guinness

A travel blog entry by lrbeard on Feb 07, 2013

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... signed a 9000 year lease entitling him to the mountain water that runs through this site in order to keep making the famous drink. However now only part of the actual brewery is still located here and the tourist bit is basically a seven story tourist centre in the shape of a massive pint glass. The tour was really interesting though. It was all self guided and you were given a map and lots of areas had TVs playing stuff on repeat. So level 1 was all about ...

Culloden battlefield

A travel blog entry by anjilmist on Aug 16, 2012

Totay we traveled to the Culloden battlefield. I was surprised to see how small it actually was. This is the place where Bonnie Prince Charles was defeated by the British army in 1746. Due to several incidences, the defeat only took about an hour and a half. You can walk out onto the battlefield and see numerous stones with the names of the clans who died. There is also a fairly new exhibit with much to see and read. We then went on to the Blair Athol (means otter barn ...