Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant

Address: Ardagh, Ballyconneely Road R341, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ardagh, Ballyconneely Road R341, Clifden, is near Connemara Heritage and History Centre, Dan O'Hara's Homestead Farm, The Lynch Memorial, and Ross Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Clifden

    Aran At Last

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... that he hadn't drank Guinness in awhile and it was a great first night.

    The next morning we grabbed breakfast in the hotel before taking the bus to Galway. Once in Galway, we checked into the hotel and then explored the city. Our first stop was the Cellar restaurant. The Cellar & Gino's gelato are both officially traditions of Galway. We had a great lunch and gelato and walked all around the stores. We stopped in at the Claddagh store where dad spoiled ...

    Westport and Clifwhat? Clifden.

    A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 31, 2014

    ... in, make breakfast pack and leave, Brazil and French hanky panky, store, sky rrrrroad, Lynn pee, rush for food and stuff after hike, showing up at stop with couple who knew Lawrence, host pickup, sweetass room and conserv, relax and plan all night, toothpaste joke,
    Friday - hitchhike with French and Irish to Letterfrack, ...


    A travel blog entry by vanivan on Aug 27, 2012

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    ... 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 ...


    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Sep 26, 2011

    1 comment

    AGHHHHHHHHH!!! I feel like I am going to have a heart attack and kill someone!

    Why whyyy does any of this surprise me?? In half a way it does the other half it doesn't! So dave left yesterday hes like only 4 people are checking in tomorrow and Marco will be back and he will do everything heres the keys. The WHOLE weekend I was like well dave maybe you should go over some of the stuff with me? Hes like yup yup… ok ok… well get to it ...

    Our First Real Irish Pub Experience

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 29, 2011

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    ... Not for the actual fort, but for the views of the island and the amazing cliffs. Many people were laying down at the edge of the cliffs to look straight down 300 feet to the water. Including me.

    The ride back to the ferry dock was even more boring than the ride out had been. In the end I wished we had gone with the mini-bus tour because we would have had a lot more time at the fort and zipped by the only-somewhat-interesting ...