Castlecoote House

Address: Castlecoote, County Roscommon, Province of Connaught, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Castlecoote, is near Roscommon Castle.
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        Travel Blogs from Castlecoote

        BodyMed/Aoife's 21st/"ohh Shtop"

        A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Apr 13, 2015

        63 photos

        ... petted Lexi, and felt great sitting, as the very open kitchen with all the windows warmed up the room so nicely, and before I knew it I had fallen fast asleep, and woke up to cute Lexi lying with her back along my leg and she had fallen asleep too :-) Too cute, probably got a good half hour nap in there. The rest of the night was spent stretching and catching up on one of mmy favorite shows, Batles Motel, a modern prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's classic movie, Psycho, ...

        Myths & Legends/ Lo, Lie the Fields of Athenry

        A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 15, 2015

        106 photos

        ... seeing the sea on both sides of me on this path, the beautiful crashing waves on the beach and the huge ferries coming out of Dublin along the lighthouse, and I saw Howth again in the near distance, and I cant CANT wait for a beautiful, sunny day some weekend when I have nothing to do to cycle up to Howth, you'll see. I'll show you.

        Tonight I saw the play, The Pillowman, by Martin McDonagh at the Gaiety Theatre in the city and my my my. 1st off, I love Martin McDonagh, hes ...

        A Journey Of Life and Death

        A travel blog entry by tammy.neville.3 on Sep 05, 2014

        2 photos

        ... After watching someone die for so long, you almost have visions of how it is going to make you feel. You think you won't be able to cope, you think you are going to hug the toilet, throwing up. You think you can see yourself in bed crying until you have no tears left to cry.

        I cried, I hyperventilated, I stared in complete silence and stillness whilst feeling tears drop down my cheek, until my head became sore and my vision was ...

        Our journey to the Cliffs of Moher & beyond

        A travel blog entry by minaco on Jul 27, 2014

        3 comments, 3 photos

        ... hiding from the Nazis. Such history contained within those walls. As we walked through the cemetery, we found many headstones which were unreadable due to age and weathering. But, we did find one dating back to 1790. We continued our travels down roads which were becoming increasingly more narrow with each kilometre travelled. I have heard from friends the roads here are nothing compared to some we will experience in other places in Europe in the coming weeks. ...

        Heart attack waiting to happen...learning to drive

        A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Dec 12, 2013

        5 photos

        ... lovely hostess made us breakfast to order, and we watched the mist come up, to reveal the coast line across the fields of green. Surf splashed up against the rocks, the rain stopped, the sun began to shine, and the tea was plentiful. The bacon here is more like Canadian bacon, and so tasty. Scrambled eggs with broiled tomatoes, toast, creamy yogurt, orange marmalade to die for, and fruit, all filled us back to happy again.
        New day, new adventures!