Sanctuary Cove Bed & Breakfast

354 Clontarf Road, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on 354 Clontarf Road, Dublin, is near St. Anne's Park, Dublin, Stena Adventurer, Royal Dublin Golf Club, and Harry Byrnes.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Crossing The Altantic

A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Jul 21, 2014

So far, no icebergs.

Cobh was great. It was a little bit like the ABC show, Doc Martin. A small fishing village with one main road with lots of small cafes, restaurants & pubs. The town went all out to welcome the ship. Australian flags everywhere and all the shop windows featured Australian themed settings and were all judged by the local Business Chamber. This is despite Cobh hosting 54 cruise ships this season. For some reason they just love the Australian ...

Three countries in one day!

A travel blog entry by barblucas on Jun 22, 2014

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Early start to catch the ferry to Dublin. Entered Wales, Left Wales, Entered Wales again! Again no traffic trouble and roads were great. Boys getting used to seeing castles and complain when I get the camera out! A brief walk around Holyhead revealed absolutely nothing.......Roman Fort of sorts which was a wall. Sunday morning and the only people we saw where polishing their front doors! Ferry left on time and the sailing was very ...

The Saga Continues...

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on May 23, 2014

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... we drew near to the library we noted that a line had formed outside for entry. Our energy was beginning to fade, it was raining, and it was cold, so we decided it was good enough to have been in the vicinity of this cool book and moved on.

When we hopped back on the next bus our spirits were lifted by the lively bus driver with comedic commentary on Dublin's history and people. He joked about people crossing the street in front ...

Travels North and Unexpected Turns

A travel blog entry by mikeandbridget on May 02, 2014

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... for use of inflatable slide upon arrival. As we made our way to the rental car pickup, we couldn't help but notice how GREEN everything was (we know it's a cliche observation, but it still took us by surprise).

Our first scheduled stop was to Newgrange, a Neolithic monument older than the pyramids and stonehenge. Mike was honored with the first chance to drive on the "wrong" side of the road, and maneuvered through ...

Ferry to Dublin

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 09, 2014

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... was unforgettable. The great ship, breezing through the Irish sea with a crisp wind and clear sky was something out of a folk tale. It put me in mind of the great famine of Ireland in the mid 19th century, where millions died or were displaced from this great land and sent all over the world. If coming into Dublin was this beautiful, then leaving it to never return must have been heartbreaking.

After getting off the ferry I made my way into town via ...

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