Ashford Court Hotel

Old Mill Rd, Ennis, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ennis

Up the Banner!!

A travel blog entry by paulandashe

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... quite large so we really enjoyed driving through all these small towns and seeing their support.

Once in Ennis we raced down to the town square, where they had a large screen playing the game. I think almost every person who lives in Ennis was there - It was packed!
Clare was playing Cork and it was a very exciting game with Clare in front the entire time until the last few minutes and Cork scored! ...

Dealing with a pocketful of Shrapnel

A travel blog entry by fendall

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... cross with St. Brigid. The story goes that one of the pagan chieftains from the area of Kildair was dying. Brigid was sent for in order to talk to him about Christianity. When she arrived, he was delierious, and it seemed that it was going to be impossible for her to talk with him. Brigid sat down alongside his bed and began consoling him. She found some reeds on the dirt floor and started to weave them into a cross. The sick man asked what she was doing. ...

Emmas Wedding :o) A big Irish affair!

A travel blog entry by bobbette

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... I'm not referring to their footballs anthem, the Aussie Aussie Aussie anthem or their drunken bucks made up song. I mean serious patriotic if you like local songs?

On another evening I caught up with the Collie group of friends that had travelled over for the wedding. We all want out for dinner, so it was my first opportunity to meet my friends daughter. she's almost two and such a cutie. Also an old school friend I haven't seen since those first years out of school, so ...

Sur-reality

A travel blog entry by han.watts

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... side the sun has made a valliant effort in its battle with the cloud and broken through the blanket, and rivers of sunshine stream down on a land that is a patchwork of vibrant green shades of grass stitched together by dark green hedges and stone walls, and decorated with rainbow sheep (they've all just shorn and painted in all sorts of colours - blue, green and pink being the favourites), black and white 'cowandas', modern buildings of ...

Day Aon Cheann Deag De - Daytrip Near Galway

A travel blog entry by lolopdx

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... so they are the ones everyone visits and talks about. From there it was on to Doolin for lunch, where I enjoyed a lovely fish stew. Then it was onto more of the Burren, Dunguaire Castle, and back to Galway. The Burren is definitely a site to behold and is probably the second most beautiful area I've seen after the Dingle Peninsula. That evening I opted to check out a different pub for dinner where I had my first and last Irish coffee; I did not care for the taste ...

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Location

This hotel, located on Old Mill Rd, Ennis, is near Ennis Friary, The Clare Museum, Woodstock Golf Club, and de Valera Library and Museum.
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