Ballywarren House

Cross, Cong., Cross, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cross, Cong., Cross, is near Slea Head Drive, Leacanabuaile Fort, and Carrigaholt Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Cross

    The Cliffs of Moher & Doolin

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 26, 2014

    22 photos

    ... of Moher. Like every other rural locale we've seen, abandoned stone cottages dot the countryside. Just outside of Kilaree, Kaeleb yells "There's a bumblebee in the back!" I look back and sure enough there's a bumblebee flying around clinging to the back window. Kaeleb is all antsy as Chris finds a place to pull over. I open the trunk and the stupid bee can't figure out how to get out. As I scan the trunk for something to use to prod it out it flies away. Guess we can't ...

    Another Doyle day.

    A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on Jun 11, 2014

    25 photos

    ... in memory of his father Jerimiah Doyle. We took in the crowded graveyard, and noticed how many small worn stones there were. Possibly these worn, small and unreadable stones are indicative of the high mortality rates during the famine. Hard to say for sure. Joan said that it was the pride of the Doyle's and the O'Sullivan's that they lost not a person to the great famine. We ended at the "new" cemetery where Joan showed ...

    19th to 21st November - Near the Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Nov 22, 2013

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... our drive so the timing was perfect.

    We had been recommended a pub in the town of Dingle. It had a great atmosphere inside, a real Irish pub. We had the place almost to ourselves. The waitress enjoyed chatting with us and it was nice to speak with a local (although she’d come from England). Milly was exhausted. There was live music starting at 9:30 which we had really hoped to see but we’d finished dinner by 7pm so it really wasn’t an option. Home we drove, ...

    Dingle dangles

    A travel blog entry by wnrdog on Oct 08, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... one was an elevated ring shape, mounded with earth. It would have been easy to walk by and never notice it, while others we saw later in the day were much more pronounced. These, and many similar "structures," are referred to as fairy forts. Folklore has it that farmers who disrupted these areas fell into very bad luck. That's what you get for disrupting the fairies! Our first stop was at Dunbeg Fort. It is a stone structure, sitting at the edge of the ...

    Two Scones For The Road

    A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi on May 22, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... to climb when we would cross the barbed-wire fences separating various pieces of land. We took a ridiculous number of photos and stopped periodically to nibble our scones, rest our weary feet (and legs, backs, and shoulders) and try to make friends with the many sheep who grazed in the fields along our path. It was an incredibly beautiful walk, the hills dotted with yellow flowers, but the rocky trail did make it a little treacherous. ...