Gregans Castle Hotel

Address: on the N67, Gragan East, Ballyvaughan, County Clare, 01, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on on the N67, Gragan East, Ballyvaughan, is near Poulnabrone Dolmen, Burren Wild Tours, and Quin Franciscan Friary.
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      Travel Blogs from Ballyvaughan

      Dingle peninsula and onto Ballyvaughan

      A travel blog entry by knotts on Sep 11, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... to the owner, who gave us a tour outline for tomorrow along with places that we had to see. Some locals came in and we had a chat to them. The bar is an Irish Whiskey bar, and they even had a menu of all the whiskies that they sell. We had to try one, so Julie had an Irish coffee, and I tried a single malt Irish whiskey. We are staying two nights in Ballyvaughan and will do a trip around the area tomorrow.

      PS: Go the bunnies - big winners today I ...

      Majestic Cliffs...don't mind the tourists

      A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 28, 2014

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... Today we head off in search of castles. Irish castles are either in ruins (damn Cromwellians) or are on the small scale. Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara is an small intact castle that was built in 1520 by the O'Hynes descendants. This castle is built at the edge of the bay where goods were brought in by boat. The castle consists of a keep, tower house, walled garden. The tide was out when we were there but the views from the top were amazing. The castle changed hands many times ...

      Finals in Ireland - A New Experience

      A travel blog entry by kwichman on Dec 06, 2012

      1 comment

      ... they are quite small assignments. If there is no one forcing you to study, there is not much motivation to study. Although I didn't study much throughout the semester, I did not need to study much for the exams because they just were fairly easy. It's weird trying to prove that you learned everything from the course in a mere 2 hour long exam. I guess this is just a custom we're used to and the Irish are used to something else.


      Wonderful Willie Week Wildness

      A travel blog entry by melepua on Jul 07, 2012

      1 comment

      ... stay there, but the Scot and I were not. My housemate went into the bare, stone cold basement packed with a broken piano and stacked chairs and tables and a lingering smell of petrol, shooed away two teenagers who were down there, and pulled out a bare mattress that was leaning against the wall. Apparently this was to be his bed for the next few nights. We only had one duvet and one sleeping bag, so we decided that I’ll get the sleeping bag to myself so that ...

      Misty for most of the day, but I didn't care!

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Jul 25, 2011

      37 photos

      ... at a Catholic school, just like mom!

      We had some delicious apple pie for dessert. We were both glad we’d had a small lunch, otherwise we would not have been able to eat everything.

      After dessert, we had the entertainment portion of the show. It was a mixture of songs and poetry recitals from Irish poets. And it was quite fun. The two performers had very beautiful voices. Beforehand, they had told us not to take ...