Bellbridge House Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from County Clare
... the cemeteries. The buildings are also sooo very different depending on where you are in the country. We've seen cottages with thatched roofs, very colorful doors and brightly painted city shops. The old gothic looking rock buildings and walls covered in vines and moss, and vintage style country homes that make me think I've traveled back in time.
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... at the time, and at times a little bit painful, but it goes away within minutes. I have had the best year! New York, the wedding, and now Ireland, and my legs have held up. And let me tell you, nothing is more satisfying than making it to the top and seeing that view. Now I know why Chris wanted to go so badly. Despite the freezing cold wind, that sunset was amazing! The water is soooo peaceful and it was kinda cool meeting all those people from the US ...
Unspoiled natural beauty and a spectacular coastline are not the only assets of County Clare... The hospitality of its people, the traditions of Irish Music and Dance, colourful small shops and cozy pubs, traditional cottages and houses are just a few of the attributes of this ...
County ClareCounty Clare is a country renowned for its warmth and hospitality (so the tourist brochures say) First stop was a village called Clarecastle, everything Clare from Clare Pharmacy, Clare Resthome, Clare Fish and Chips so funny to see.i popped into the local post shop to grab some stamps and had to buy a copy of the Clare Champion which is the local newspaper much like the Wairarapa Times Age.We were up early and ...
... saw the whole group. Even as I am typing this I can't believe what horrible stuff my mind comes up with! But when I'm in the moment, I can't do much to prevent it :(
Anyway, it turned out to be no problem at all, thank god! We first went to a pub called 'The Crane Bar' and talked for a bit. Mary, the french girl, currently works in Dublin as part of an au-pair exchange. The two australians - Damien and Graham - are farmers in Australia and currently on a ...