Mallmore Country House

Ballyconneely Road, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Ballyconneely Road, Clifden, is near Clifden Castle, Alcock and Brown Landing Site, Connemara Championship Links, and Connemara Walking Centre.
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    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Oct 01, 2011

    20 photos

    ... ride... until this woman behind me was coughing... and coughing then I realized from the smell she was NOT coughing she had thrown up all over herself and the floor and was now puking in a bag behind me for a good 20 minutes! I almost died! Thank god one of the island boys he had come over to talk to me, she was going tissue I need a tissue- she needed more than that! Well it was almost comical all these guys running around trying to figure out how to clean ...

    Our First Real Irish Pub Experience

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 29, 2011

    14 photos

    ... Not for the actual fort, but for the views of the island and the amazing cliffs. Many people were laying down at the edge of the cliffs to look straight down 300 feet to the water. Including me.

    The ride back to the ferry dock was even more boring than the ride out had been. In the end I wished we had gone with the mini-bus tour because we would have had a lot more time at the fort and zipped by the only-somewhat-interesting ...

    The Connemara - not to be missed in Ireland.

    A travel blog entry by brian.helen on Apr 28, 2011

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... old faded billboard that promised a beach or a bay if we turned left. Seconds later we wheeled around the corner with Helen grasping for the hand holds as we headed to an unknown beach. Love this kind of touring. Hahaaaa!

    10 minutes later we pulled into what looked like a lazy sunny beachside holiday village. Parked the car and ripped off the shoes as we sauntered down to the white sandy beach in the sun. 'Naw canought be ...

    The Aran Islands...100% Irish

    A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on Apr 08, 2011

    63 photos

    ... near-hour-long bus ride was our first chance to look at a drive along the coast. It amazed me at how narrow the lanes were, and therefore how close the bus was whizzing by the passing cars. The boat departure location was in the middle of a sprawling yet baron and gorgeous countryside, a mere preview to what we would see on the Islands. The closer we got to the departure zone, the more the signs turned from English to Gaelic. It wasn’t long until we could ...

    Do you speak English?

    A travel blog entry by karin1234 on Mar 25, 2011

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... it was. Pretty steep too! I was thrilled to be able to conquer such a feat!

    We also saw a cemetery called the Seven Churches which includes the ruins of two churches and some 15th century monastic houses. We ran into a lovely groundskeeper who had the friendliest Boxer pup I've ever met. We started to miss Little Bit!

    There are also geological wonders like wormholes (not the Star Trek kind), lots and lots of limestone and stone ...