Seafield House

Address: Lower Sky Road, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Lower Sky Road, Clifden, is near Ross Castle, Lough Corrib, Maam Ean, and St. Patrick Statue.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSeafield House Clifden

    Reviewed by bdarrah

    Peaceful and Pleasant B&B by the Sea

    Reviewed Sep 17, 2014
    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Seafield House was fantastic. It was surrounded by iconic coastline scenery. It was convenient, clean, well maintained, simply and tastefully decorated, and the family owners were really nice. The breakfast each day provided a tasty start to the day. The only problem, and it wasn't really a problem, was that the WiFi Internet access was spotty. If you go here, do not waste your time online. I would take the family here again in a heartbeat.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Seafield House Clifden

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    Travel Blogs from Clifden

    Kicking Back on the Irish West Coast

    A travel blog entry by bdarrah on Sep 17, 2014

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    We stayed at the shore near the small town of Clifden for four days. The whole place, for miles around, is simple, relaxing, and pleasant. We found a pub we liked in Clifden called Guy's Bar, and ate there every day because why not. The other pubs were probably just as good, who knows maybe better, but we liked Guy's so much we …

    Off to Westport

    A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on Jun 03, 2015

    13 photos

    Up early to finish packing and make sure we have everything. Berna has a client coming at nine. When he arrives, his father offers to drive us to the bus stop. This is a great help since we have all of our luggage with us. We take the 145 bus to Heuston Station, the last stop. We get in early so we have time for a breakfast at the station. Peter opts for the full Irish breakfast and I just order egg and bacon, plus a scone to take with us. This time we ...

    Day 8: Pilgrimage South

    A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... used for meat and for mowing. I will have to ask our sheep farmers today! (Our B&B is on a sheep farm.). We also asked what "Bally" meant as there are SO many villages with the Bally prefix. He said Bally meant end of the river. He told us that Ballyshannon isn't really at the end of the Shannon...there are two ends of the river Shannon. Mary Ann told us they used to enjoy cruising down the Shannon River. She said the countryside was gorgeous. I immediately ...

    Donegal to Clifden

    A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 06, 2013

    15 photos

    ... here, The Pie Shop".
    Wasn't really hungry but thought if I can have a pie then why not. However would you believe it when we went in, no they did not have gluten free pies, just some cakes and in fact they didn't sell any meat pies at all. A Pie Shop, I ask you!

    We settled for an icecream instead and as it was only a few more kilometres to Westport we ventured on hoping to find a nice place on the harbour to put our feet up and relax for the rest of the day.
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    Aran Islands

    A travel blog entry by 2dogs on May 03, 2012

    5 comments, 18 photos

    On our way to the Aran islands, we crossed the Shannon River at Tarbert, then drove to Doolin another beautiful village on the coast.

    Caught the Arran island ferry. There are 3 islands and I nearly got off at the wrong island, which would have been difficult. Couldn't understand his lingo.

    Anyway we arrived at the largest, inishmore, and were met by a number of ...