Admiral's Rest

Address: Fanore, Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Fanore, Ballyvaughan, is near Poulnabrone Dolmen, Burren Wild Tours, and Quin Franciscan Friary.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Admiral's Rest Ballyvaughan

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Travel Blogs from Ballyvaughan

Nice cliffs and ancient relics in the Burren

A travel blog entry by dennislavin on Oct 18, 2014

10/18 - We had a nice drive from Westport - on 10/19 we visited the Burren and spent time at the Visitor Centre - it was great - very informative and there is a lot of pre-roman Christian places. Remember - Christianity was in Ireland before good old St Pat arrived.
10/19 - we visited the cliffs of Moher - nice
10/18 - had dinner in great Italian restaurant on Ballyvaughnan - Uncle Mike got his ...

Majestic Cliffs...don't mind the tourists

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 28, 2014

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... to see St. Nicholas' Church. This is the largest medieval parish church in Ireland still in constant use. It was built in 1320 on the site of an earlier chapel. In 1652 Cromwell's forces came in and destroyed many of the churches features. One angel did survive high on a pillar. Many of the stained glass windows are newer but are still very nice. One of the oldest parts of the church is a tomb of the Crusader from the Knights Templar dated back to the 13th or 14th century. It ...

Traditional Music at Gus O'Connor's Pub

A travel blog entry by hans-brenda on Sep 13, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... the pub. The men played a flute, guitar and squeeze box (small accordion); the woman played some kind of percussion. The guitar player sang occasionally. I have uploaded a few pictures and a video that gives you the idea of the music. The flash doesn't work during video so is dark - but you can hear it.
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From Aran Isles to Galway and west

A travel blog entry by deniseandted on Jun 11, 2012

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... it was great to be in the wetland area, but again hard to understand how people eke a living there. There were some rock quarries later on and of course most of the construction for miles is of rock. We shook our heads at new houses being built in a small area carved out of rock on three sides, often with a huge sheer wall behind. Why would you, we wondered? At Carna we got chatting with the publican and as always learned a lot. (BTW we haven't ...

Seeing the Burren and heading to Ennis

A travel blog entry by gluxonthego on Jul 09, 2011

1 comment, 9 photos

... breakfast, but this one didn't have the roasted tomatoes and mushroom, nor the traditional black or white pudding. I felt ripped off. The meal was good though with coffee and tea.

After breakfast, we packed up the car and headed out to explore the Burren. Our first stop was The Burren Centre in Kilfenora. It's a small center with an exhibit about the history of the Burren as well as a short film. After visiting that we drove through the Burren stopping ...

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