Hotel Doolin

Address: Doolin, County Clare, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in Doolin, is near Cliffs and Aran Cruises, Doolin Ferry Co., Doolin Cave, and Mountain View.
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    Travel Blogs from Doolin

    Day Sixty

    A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Oct 22, 2014

    We woke up pretty early today to try and do the cliffs of moher on our own. We quickly realized that it would be cheaper and easier to take a tour instead. We had an hour to kill before the tour started so we walk around town. I found an amazing Irish sweater! It was a little expensive but it's so worth it! We made our way to the bus station and got on our tour bus! We got to see sooo many castle ruins on our bus ride! Our ...

    Arran Islands and Cliffs of Moher

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Sep 01, 2014

    1 comment, 51 photos

    ... to the Cliffs of Moher to see them from a different vantage point. We went to the Visitor Center and walked along the top of the cliffs from the far lookout to O'Brien's tower at the other end. The view of the Atlantic was magnificent. Enjoy the photos!

    We're all packed now and tomorrow we leave for Portugal and Praia de Luz on the Algarve. We're looking forward to sunshine, warm weather and the Mediterranean ocean. Talk to you all soon!
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    Doolin Fiddles

    A travel blog entry by robin512 on Jul 26, 2013

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... spent visiting the ancient Poulnabrone Dolmen, a portal tomb that had remains dating back to 3600 B.C. and the Burren, one of the most unusual regions of Ireland. There are no bogs and very few pastures, instead there are huge pavements of limestone called 'clints' with vertical fissures called 'grikes'. We saw flowers of central Texas, no surprise since it was limestone. We finished the day with some rain but also ...

    Cliifs, Pubs and Lots of Wind

    A travel blog entry by frances.bates on Sep 27, 2012

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... shops :o) ) with accordion music, folk songs and really good grub.

    We dined at the pub (Gus O’Connells) for dinner and Jeff had his first Guinness of the trip! Then returned to tonight’s home and found free Wifi so here we are again, with another update!

    Tomorrow we hope to head to Tralee somehow (still the plan the journey yet), along the Dingle Peninsula and through to Killarney, our third night stop.

    Til then!! ...

    Like four seasons in one day...

    A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 22, 2012

    14 photos

    Inishmore, or Inis Mór, is a the largest island of three islands that make up the Aran Islands out of Galway Bay, accessible by ferry, and best seen by bike. The morning started off rather miserably with rain and wind. This made for a crisp ferry ride. Arriving on the island in the town of Kilronan around 11:00, our tour group went straight to the bike rental shop and all but one of us grabbed ourselves a mountain bike. Today was to be a free day, to explore the island at our own ...

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