Fairhill House Hotel

Address: Clonbur, Connemara, Co, Galway, Clonbur, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Clonbur, Connemara, Co, Galway, Clonbur, is near Ireland's School of Falconry at Ashland Castle.
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      A Day in Galway.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... in, but the door wouldn't shut - she had to pay! Ours became vacant to we thought we'd be smart and go in together, paid our 20p€ - fool proof, the door wouldn't shut as it knew there were two of us!!! There was a young guy from Zambesi watching all this going on, he laughed and said a friend of his got stuck in one and was washed!!! The on/off bus. We like to do these buses as there is always a very good commentary ...

      The Emerald Isle - Ireland

      A travel blog entry by mortlipp on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... do we run into but one of the girls! Our accommodation was a farm based B&B just out of Castlemaine. Very peaceful and quiet with friendly hosts. We loved Gerry's accent (could not understand a lot of what he said but it was funny, whatever it was). In this part of Ireland Gaelic is spoken and radio and TV are often in Gaelic. I can see why some accents are very difficult to understand. The B&B was a good base for coming from a day in the Dingle to a day driving ...

      Ireland - Day 7

      A travel blog entry by katnuttravel on Oct 18, 2013

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      ... only one seal out -- perhaps the others were wise about the weather) and an area called Seven Churches, which was really only two churches and associated monastic buildings -- one church built in the 8th century and the other in the 15th - both destroyed by Cromwell who hated the Irish (and the feeling is mutual). Then on to the biggest attraction Dun Aonghasa -- a semi-circular Celtic fort built around 2000 b.c. high on the cliffs above the ocean. ...

      Day 9 - Dublin to Galway

      A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jun 23, 2013

      19 photos

      ... with hardly discernible carvings, but we put our lack of insight down to the icy winds making our otherwise razor sharp brains a little lethargic.

      Our day ends with a scenic drive via the heritage listed peat bogs (I kid you not) to Galway. Our B&B is near the seaside, so we brave the chill one last time to walk the esplanade to a spot recommended for dinner. “It ain’t far”, we’re told. Now where have we heard that ...

      Making Wishes and Living Dreams

      A travel blog entry by rach_travelbug on Aug 30, 2012

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      Dear Diary,

      This is a personal entry rather than a little prep. summary for my blog but who knows if it's not too soppy, I might include it!! This trip has been (so far, I remind myself, it's not over yet baby!!) amazing!! Each city we travel to seems to bowl me over for a different reason.

      Rome was absolutely baffling. I have a tendancy to get easily distracted and the girls often found themselves turning around asking, 'Where's Rachel?' as I'd be off ...