Mannin Bay Hotel

Address: Mannin Bay, Ballyconneely, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mannin Bay, Ballyconneely, is near Clifden Castle, Connemara Championship Links, Alcock and Brown Landing Site, and Connemara Walking Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Ballyconneely

Sunday on the Connemara Loop

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Sep 28, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... protects it from the Atlantic. It was grand in design, had a gothic church built nearby to house the remains of the premature death of the castle builder's wife and a most impressive walled garden. The castle/abbey has had no expense spared in its construction and furnishing. It was set on ten thousand acres and was intended as a hunting and fishing retreat from the owner's residence in London. It had a large number of workers who tended ...

Breakfast, Tandem Bike and Cliffs

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Aug 28, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... at the cliffs edge with just the ocean in front of her - if you are going to meditate this may as well be the place. You could see for ever in every direction and I can see why it made a good base for a fort. The weather turned around 2:30PM and we had a wet ride back to return the bikes. We warmed up and then all of us went to dinner at the Pier Restaurant.A good day considering the weather we could have had the entire day versus just half of it.   ...

Doolin to Aran Islands

A travel blog entry by paigeazmt on May 18, 2014

12 photos

... t have any sort of motion sickness. It was raining a bit while we were on the boat, but the sun started to peak out when we got there, and by the time I dropped my bag off at the hotel and started on my journey across the island it had turned into a full blown (and very rare) beautiful day!

I rented a bike and pedaled straight to the most famous site on the island, Dun Lengus. The bike ride involved a bit of a ...

Day 8: The Beauty of Ireland in Full Force

A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 14, 2013

... seem way more special than anything found in any tourist shop to me. Obviously, I had to purchase one or two of them. She also explained why and where she took the photos I chose. I was so enamoured with how nice and lovely the lady was that I wanted to give her a tip on the price (I mean, seriously, the woollen hat I bought only cost 15 euros! I was expecting much more… and the cards 40 cents each). But she simply wouldn’t have it and insisted on giving it back. I then ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan on Aug 27, 2012

35 photos

... lost on me.

Being in the only officially English-speaking country (one out of 20!) for my entire trip was also a little disorienting, in a good way. Granted, Ireland is bilingual and signs are also in Irish Gaelic, but ************e speaks it. If you try to read it...don't bother! (For example, one of the tour guides' name is Aoife. That's pronounced like Eva.) But it was nice not to struggle at all for once. Well, except for that really ...