Buttermilk Lodge Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the way. Funny thing, they have signs for Deer, cyclists, people walking but nothing warning about the SHEEP on the road these were taken through the front window
A short stop in Westport for lunch and then on to Sligo.
... was gale force winds and rain on the cliff, but we bravely set out to see the sight. Reports said the river flowing into the ocean was blown back by the wind. Lunch was in a great stop, The Roadside Tavern in Lisdoonvarna near the coast of Aran Islands. the second night was in Quilty at a lovely farmhouse run by Angela. They had chickens, rabbits, ducks, burro and lots of milk cows along with some of the best rooms we ...
... quite a while I was actually the only person in the fort! The wind kept blowing and blowing and I was standing there in the middle, closed my eyes and literally leaned into the wind. At some point, new people came in but that feeling was so amazing that I kept doing it. Don’t know how long I was standing there, but I wish I could have captured the feelings of those moments. Of course pictures or videos or words won’t do it justice. It was everything there that made it ...
... who spruiked the worth of their trips around the island. As it turned out, they all went the same way and charged the same.
First got off at Dun Aonghas. This is a 3000yo Celtic stone fort right on the edge of 100 metre high cliffs. Who knows what they were protecting way back then. The walk up to the fort took about 30 mins, and was bloody hard. Worth it though as i ...
... in Clifden, at approximately midday, there was a Connemara ponies competition. I don't know a lot about ponies and horses, but I just know and I also realized that the Connemara ponies are very tall ponies, they looks like horses. So we looked a little at this competition while eating our sandwich and after we decided to go to the Sky Road. The Sky Road is known to be one or even the most beautiful road of all the Ireland. The road ...