Alcock & Brown Hotel

Address: Clifden Connemara, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, 00000, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Clifden Connemara, Clifden, is near Connemara Heritage and History Centre, Ross Castle, Lough Corrib, and Errislannan Manor.
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    Travel Blogs from Clifden

    Connemara area

    A travel blog entry by journeyguy on Aug 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... gale force winds was the challenging part. From there, we cut inland hoping to blunt the winds. Aughnanure, is an Irish Tower Fort nicely defended on three sides by a river and the fourth by fortifications. We were not able to go inside the tower as it suffered water damage and was closed for repairs in the first time in 41 years. Still, the site is well preserved and worth some time to visit. The weather remained threatening but did not rain as we made our way all the way out ...

    Day 8: Pilgrimage South

    A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... coming off it said it was well worth it but you definitely needed a walking pole (available for rent at the visitor's center.). Seeing the mountain on such a gorgeous sunny and hot day, we both wished we had brought shorts and had left earlier so we could have time to hike it. Maybe next time! (Who knew the weather was going to be so hot and sunny?!). A side note...when approaching Croagh Patrick we got a text from Matthew saying he had gotten a job for the summer ...

    Day 8: The Beauty of Ireland in Full Force

    A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 14, 2013

    ... of the island. In order to get there, we had to walk up a hill – took around 20 minutes. Up until that point I still was in a bit of a bad mood, mainly due to the weather. The walk up was rather tedious because the rain was hurting my face due to the ocean wind. Once I stepped into Dun Aengus though and approached the edge of the cliff, all of that was wiped out. The view from up there was any and every adjective you could think of for a synonym to ‘majestic’. ...

    Goodbye Inishmore

    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Oct 09, 2011

    39 photos

    ... MARCO IS IT YOUR 40th BIRTHDAY TODAY!!!! He didn’t want anyone to know! So I went over to the spar to buy him a birthday card and I run into Barbara there! We both got cards then we run into Marco there! (small island!) we started singing happy birthday at the top of our lungs to him he was like no no no aaallladddieeess nooo!!! He was so embarrassed! So Barbara and I went for lunch and told half the town it was ...

    Connemara Country Byways

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 28, 2011

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... To get back to Clifden we cut through on a local road. This part of the drive was more scenic. Today the clouds had lifted enough that we could see the lakes and mountains found everywhere south of Clifden. The mountains in this part of the Connemara Peninsula are called the Twelve Pins or in Irish the Twelve Bens. We are very much taken with these mountains. There are more mountains and higher mountains than we expected. We marveled all ...