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

    New Farm!

    A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Oct 17, 2014

    So I should be awarded worst blogger of the year, becuase I am not doing a very good job. :) Anyway, we have been at our new farm for almost 2 weeks already and it is has been kind of hard becuase we don't have internet so we have to either walk or get a taxi to the pub down the hill. We took a couple days getting up here and visited Ennis, the Cliffs of Moher, Sligo and Derry on the way up here to Greencastle a ...

    Shamrocking in the UK

    A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 11, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the bay
    cold (or in the King River that one time). But they yelped and moaned and
    almost went in but didn’t and almost did and didn’t. Humorous doesn’t describe
    it. Now Briony’s only concern was that if she left a part of her soul in the
    waters they would then act as a Horcux. Now what better Horcux than the sea you
    cant kill the sea!

    Our lunch break is in a town called Dingle.
    Want to know what Dingle is famous for? It should ...

    Cong & Connemara Marble Factory

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 05, 2013

    5 photos

    ... potholes. We cross the river Robe. All road signs are in English and Gaelic. Some signs are in miles and some in kilometres. We're in county Mayo. We stop for coffee in Cong at Molly Blooms cafe with excellent scones. The town is situated between two Loughs. To make it easier for transport a canal was dug between the two Loughs to the sea in 1854 but the ground was sandstone so it didn't hold water. It's 12ft deep but mostly dry so no boats have used ...

    Laying down roots

    A travel blog entry by obicat on Mar 08, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... involved. I'm now sat by the fire attempting poetry! Tomorrow should be a good day, I'm going to Galway with Chris and Shivam to an event about alternative communities and living that Shivam has been invited to speak at. After that me and Chris are going to an alternative party for a dance at a club where they have no alcohol which should actually be refreshingly good fun! (Especially considering I have no money!). My thoughts are with those whom I love back home. Peace and love ...

    Madrid dia dos

    A travel blog entry by drewduhon on Jun 18, 2012

    15 photos

    ... could cheat the system in a very productive way. We acted skeptical and uninterested in the bars that they advertised until they offered us free drinks if we went in. Then we would get our free drink and peace out. We did this at three consecutive bars, and then we got bold and did it twice in a row at one of the bars. The first thing we noticed about madrids bar scene was the startling, mind blowing ratio of guys to girls--in a bad way. There were like 200 dudes and 5 ...