The Downhill Inn

Address: Sligo Road, Ballina, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sligo Road, Ballina, is near Killaloe Heritage Centre, Killaloe Oratories, and Cois na hAbhna.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Downhill Inn Ballina

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Ballina

    Day 22 - Dublin to Clare Ireland

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 09, 2014

    ... has been working with Cosmos/Globus for 5 years and they have many tour options, Tom explained the main differences between Cosmos and Globus are; Globus include more activities during the day (I'm not sure how they fit them in), the coach is more comfortable and has free wifi (our coach has been comfortable - Toby envies Globus patrons who have free wifi access. Everyone on our tour knows how much Toby is dependent on wifi. Last night when we were coming ...

    Ireland, North Wales/England

    A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jun 12, 2014

    4 comments, 731 photos

    ... must have been close to the year 800 that the Book of Kells was written, although there is no way of knowing if the book was produced wholly at Iona or at Kells, or partially at each location" ("Trinity College").

    Trinity College displays different pages of the Book of Kells throughout a given year, so some come to visit on a regular basis. The two pages that were displayed for us were very interesting. The pages are written in Latin, so ...

    Cows and Hurling

    A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on Jun 08, 2014

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... different stories of how it got there, so I am not exactly sure. You have to climb the annoyingly long and narrow staircase up to the roof, and when you reach the roof you have to lay down on your back and bend over the edge and kiss the stone. I wasn't real happy that I was kissing something everyone else kisses, but I enjoyed it. I mostly enjoyed the fact that we were really up high, and we were hanging over the edge. But they at least had bars, so if you fell you ...

    Lovely Limerick

    A travel blog entry by kh2 on May 16, 2013

    ... musicians handing out goblets of mead, a fermented honey wine which was delicious but didn't help us in our efforts to descend the spiral stairs we had just climbed. After arrival in the banquet room which was probably built to accommodate 100 guests but was now filled with around 200 fellow coach travellers we were treated to a 4 course meal with no cutlery other than a knife, (messy but authentic). A very full day indeed and a comfy bed was ...

    Everything is 'Grand'

    A travel blog entry by gouldfish on Sep 04, 2012

    1 photo

    Ireland has many similarities to Canada. The Irish 'lads' I have met so far say that our personalities are very similar, with the exception of our punctuality. Ireland is known to have stores open 08:00 - 16:00 ISH. The 'ish' means that they could close before, and they could stay open late - something that never happens in Canada.
    The part of Ireland I am in right now is extremely Catholic. The schools are divided by gender. The girls are all required to wear skits ...