Gregans Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This entry marks the first of which I hope to be many trips to the less well known (but just as beautiful) areas of Ireland. It is such a relief to part from the rest the seemingly millions of other Americans in Ireland to go somewhere not on the list of "must see" Irish destinations. My two dear friends, Bridget and Molly, woke up at the startling hour of 8 o'clock in the morning on a Friday, the night after Thursday, to join me and embark on this unforgettable ...
... was very good for visiting the Cliffs of Moher, the Aillwee Cave, and Galway is close as well. It is very quiet at night and a good sleep is assured. Breakfast is very extensive and I think poor Kathleen could use some extra help in the mornings. The poor women just doesn't stop! Next on the list is Westport, but due to a bank holiday, we can't find any available B&B's. So this means we will jump past Westport and go to Donegal where we have found a reservation. Talk to you ...
... Her rooms are tastefully decorated. And her breakfast menu includes porridge with brown sugar and a shot of Bailey’s Irish Cream. Tomorrow I have
opted for scrambled eggs, but will probably do the porridge one of the next 2 mornings!
Tonight we go to O’Connor’s pub for eats and traditional music, once Hans tires of taking pictures of the Cliffs of Mohr. Personally, ...
... on every ledge. Even with crowds there it didn't detract from their grandeur and we did the posey thing on the cliff edge like the others and walked along the cliff top. We just ignored the shops pretending to be hobbit caves in the hillside?! And so to Doolin, such an intriguing village, stone houses spread over the fields and difficult at first to tell where the centre is. We settled into Half Door, our b and b and went to the pier to sort ...
... was a fancy three course meal as part of our hotel package. Full formal table setting and all. Good thing we knew our plate settings! The moment was sorta ruined when Greg ordered a Cabernet Sauvignon to go with his beef and the server brought a Sauvignon Blanc no less in a small twist cap bottle! We had to try hard to keep from bursting out laughing. Nevertheless, our meal was superb. We had dessert as well which was simply marvelous!
After dinner ...