Ben View House

Address: Bridge Street, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Bridge Street, Clifden, is near Connemara Heritage and History Centre, Dan O'Hara's Homestead Farm, Ross Castle, and The Lynch Memorial.
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        Travel Blogs from Clifden

        Clifden . . . Coming and Going!

        A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Jul 07, 2015

        26 photos

        RAIN! It rained all night in Doolin and was still raining when we left for Clifden. Not a great day for sightseeing along the trip today.

        Stopped in Galway for lunch. After walking through Eyre Square, found some very yummy pizza in the Latin Quarter. The weather cleared for a bit and we wandered a little after lunch. Unfortunately, it was …

        Day 8: Pilgrimage South

        A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 30, 2014

        13 photos

        ... their guitars and singing. The singer asked where we were from and kept giving John a hard time. They were good, but we missed the local jam session from Dunkineely that had a variety of musical instruments. We were amazed at how blue the skies in the evening. The sun sets around 10:30 or so and even after that it is still light out. The locals are expecting/hoping for more good weather this weekend. We have had wonderful weather and hope it continues our last two ...

        Day 8: The Beauty of Ireland in Full Force

        A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 14, 2013

        ... no walls blocking you from approaching the edge like at the Cliffs of Moher and you could easily walk to the very edge. The wind was blowing so very heavily, that I lost my balance more than once. So imagine this: there was rain, very heavy wind, huge cliffs and the epic sounds of water breaking on the stone walls beneath. It had such a mystical, scary and also breathtaking feel to it – it is indescribable.


        That was the moment my mood had drastically changed and ...

        Day 11 - Omagh to Connemara

        A travel blog entry by lisawesty on Sep 21, 2012

        24 photos

        ... hills of Connemara". As if the boys weren’t talented enough, they also danced!! The Violinist put on his shoes and did a step dance! After a long day we were tired and so we decided to head back to our accommodation. On our way back to the car we overheard some Americans saying they wished they could find a place with a more traditional Irish sound and so we pointed them in the direction of Griffiths Bar. Apparently it got even better after we left! DOH! We still had a fantastic ...

        The Aran Islands

        A travel blog entry by jkloewen on Aug 14, 2012

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... during high tide. The water would splash up as it hit the rocks creating a huge white spray. Very awe-inspiring! One of the waves was a little bigger than the rest and it soaked my right shoe.

        We made it back to the dock with some time to kill before the last ferry left the island. So I had time to wring out and somewhat dry my right sock. All in all we probably hiked over 17km. The trip back to Galway felt very relaxing.

        Ryan ...