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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... in Murrisk along Clew Bay turned out to be ideal. The Elmwood B&B is located only a few hundred yards from the parking lot at the trailhead up Croagh Patrick, the conical 2,500 foot (770 meter) tall mountain that dominates the area. It is on the mountain that Saint Patrick, Ireland’s patron saint, is said to have fasted 40 days and nights and from where he banished the snakes from Ireland. That makes the mountain a favorite pilgrimage site ...
... Lodge B&B near Ballina. The final 2 hours of the drive were through relatively flat country that must be a prime location for peat, bogs and the harvesting of peat as a heating and cooking fuel. Large tracts of land had the tell-tale strips of peat removed to a depth of about 1 - 1.5 metres and stacked neatly above the ground for drying. This pattern was repeated over and over again as we drove through this flat, boggy region. After a few ...
... of the island being Northern and the rest being Southern. Some of the northern part of the island itself is in Southern Ireland or Eire and some is Northern Ireland. Sounds a bit Irish to me! So you can cross the border without knowing it, and be driving in kilometres, then cross back without knowing and the signs are in miles. Same goes for euros and pounds. So typing in a name of a place in Northern Ireland and not finding it because you have to change the country ...
... ACHILL ISLAND! The GPS is packed away (needs to be unpacked again!) and I had missed a turn on the iPad!!! We were STILL 1hr from Belmullet. AND Achill wasn't worth the visit. They say it is really beautiful, has lots of beaches and is extremely popular during the summer. Wiki has some entertaining info on it. Despite some development, the island retains a striking natural beauty. The cliffs of Croaghaun on the western end of the island are the ...
... approved down a floor for them, Hurleys go in, we lock up car etc, they're in our room! The proprietor thought Karen was me! FGS! How can you mix us up??!! We laughed. Had a happy hour in their room, before heading up town 8 pm in broad daylight. Dined then sought some music. We really don't like the trad Irish music. After two no goes, (heaps of bars to pick from, and this was only one short street, we remained in the third choice til ...