No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Castlecoote House
Travel Blogs from Castlecoote
... somewhat later and was a
disappointment as the water was extremely choppy, no stop at the cliffs
and no canned music/story about the cliffs. This was G's 3rd excursion
with Doolin2Aran Ferries and the most disappointing. Of course, who can
control or predict what the Atlantic will do?
... across a Red door! which looked like rubbish, but it reminded me of cousin Louise and the red door that will be on her new place that she's moving into and she of course replied back "But... how did you get in...", ha. The night was b eautiful and it was a nice brisk walk and I made it into bed nice and early to wake up all ready for the BodyMed launch! Nice and early, twas a lovely day, and I rushed and filled in the gift bags with brochures, and gifts and gift certificates, ...
Dear Brothers & Sisters
When I first arrived back to Ireland there were tears in my eyes and a feeling of coming home. As the days unfolded and after these amazing journeys of connecting with the land I realised that I was also coming back to collect facets of myself that I had left here many year ago. For whatever reason these were aspects were too painful for me to deal with before. It was now time for me to own them & give them ...
... Sadly we had to go. Later that night we headed to Croke park to watch U.C.F and Penn State in football. Me and Ella got all dressed up in U.F.C colours. U.F.C won of course. Next up Antananarivo which is in ...
First stop venturing from Galway for the day was at the Joyce family's marble factory. They mine locally and manufacture Irish marble jewellery as a family business. Much of the land in Ireland is divided into geometric patterns by rows of piled stone, visible above in aircraft. Rolling hills are punctured by rock, crawling like skeletal bodies beneath the mosses. It is primarily rock bed under the land, therefore cultivation ...