Connemara National Park Hostel

Address: Letterfrack, Letterfrack, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 2 star hostel
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


          • Kids activities or Babysitting

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          Travel Blogs from Letterfrack

          Ferry ride to Inismore

          A travel blog entry by usdirish on Aug 25, 2012

          ... But we decided to go to Joe Watty's for dinner and music instead. Sadly. We got there and the music hadn't started yet. I had a Guiness and Kait got a delicious glass of house cab. Then we got down to the business of dinner. The appetizer of garlic bread was delicious, as were the fries that came with my steak. Sadly, the steak I had and the Traditional Irish Stew Kait got were pretty bad. Her stew worse than my steak, but both bad. We left just as the musician began ...

          Aran Island

          A travel blog entry by chrisanddot on Jul 08, 2012

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... on time. it was pretty chilly this morning, so we layered up.  we rented bikes as soon as we got to the island. it is a small island and easy to bike around. Great scenery, which you can see in the video and pics. we even got off road on a cow path, so it felt like we were really biking. Lunch at a tiny cafe. I decided to finally try the hamburger...big mistake. Weird, mushy, crazy sauce, tasted a lot like meatloaf, which I don't ...

          Inis Oirr

          A travel blog entry by leann-robyn on Aug 14, 2011

          47 photos

          ... tourists being Inis Mor. The midsized and quietest being Inis Meain. And lastly, the smallest and according to our research, the perfect in-between of solitude and sightseeing is Inis Oirr. So, for our one day island excursion, Inis Oirr seamed “juuuust right”.

          Lunch in the warm sun room of the Fisherman’s Cottage was followed by some aimless wandering around ...

          5 Exchange Students and a Hired Car

          A travel blog entry by breimer on Oct 02, 2010

          4 comments, 23 photos

          ... couple of pictures. Almost the whole time we were driving along the coast and it was a beautiful view. Whenever we saw a trailer or a shack or crumbling stone walls that may have been a building centuries ago, we'd joke that if we all went in on it together we might be able to afford to live there. Property values in Ireland are outrageous. I've heard teachers in Ireland are the highest paid teachers in Europe but I'm betting when you account ...

          Aran Islands

          A travel blog entry by meece on Jul 05, 2009

          1 comment, 39 photos

          ... notice that kind of thing. I love the waves. And, I didn’t see anyone gripping their seats or getting green.

          Upon arrival we walked a short distance and were asked if we wanted to rent bikes. He also said he’d charge us 5 euro each instead of the 10 that the brochure claimed. We took a look at the bikes and decided to cover the island that way. The bikes were rather nice and had a clip for your bag in the ...