Horseshoe House Bed and Breakfast

Address: Sea Road, Doolin, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sea Road, Doolin, is near Cliffs and Aran Cruises, Doolin Ferry Co., Doolin Cave, and Mountain View.
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Travel Blogs from Doolin

See!?! The Cliffs of Insanity!

A travel blog entry by bdarrah on Sep 21, 2014

11 photos

... crossed with lots of low stone walls that divide the stony fields up into small yards. I do not know why, but I suppose this could be a system for controlling where the livestock graze. The walls do not have gates or openings, except that they are made from loose stone, so you could easily make an opening by literally taking a wall apart at any desired location and thereby move livestock from one yard to the next.


Arran Islands and Cliffs of Moher

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Sep 01, 2014

1 comment, 51 photos

... and enjoyed the excitement of the rolling ocean and the rain. When we came within sight of the Cliffs of Moher, it was breathtaking. You can see by the pictures that these volcanic cliffs are really spectacular. It was beautiful to see them in the mist of the fog and rain, their natural environment. We made it home safely and hopped off the boat, much happier than most of the passengers on our trip.

Today brought us much better weather so ...

Hiking the Cliffs of Moher to Nag's Head

A travel blog entry by timsandy on Sep 04, 2013

... through the peninsula.

Warning not to jump off the cliff (or maybe it says, Caution, you ...

Doolin Fiddles

A travel blog entry by robin512 on Jul 26, 2013

2 comments, 16 photos

... the most amazing talk by PJ Curtis, a musicologist and author from County Clare. He gave us a history of Irish music with recorded examples and most importantly explained how so much of our American music had its roots in Ireland - remember the large number of Irish immigrants? He even played an old Irish piece that much to my chagrin, I did not guess had the basic tune of the Yellow Rose of Texas. The rest of the ...

Snowflakes in my hair.

A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Mar 25, 2013

39 photos

... a no name portal tomb in a field. A dangerous looking heard of Bulls pose for photos and as the sun sets gloriously we found Temple Cronan a ruined medieval oratory over a holy well. Again we have t climb a wall and walk over and uneven field to get to this small little church in the middle of nowhere.

Last found for the day ...