Imperial Hotel

Address: The Imperial Hotel Main Street, Lisdoonvarna, County Clare, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on The Imperial Hotel Main Street, Lisdoonvarna, is near Doolin Ferry Co., Cliffs and Aran Cruises, Doolin Cave, and Mountain View.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free parking

          TripAdvisor Reviews Imperial Hotel Lisdoonvarna

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Lisdoonvarna

          The Craic at last!

          A travel blog entry by jimwencook on May 04, 2014

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          ... group really had the crowd going, helped by a hen's party of over-weight and under-dressed Irish girls. They sang and clapped to every song and when the band started "The Fields of Athenry" the girls were into it big time. A few of the girls took turns trying to do some traditional irish dancing to the faster numbers, which looked like auditioning for "Riverdance Two: ******, Fat and ...

          Ireland - Day 6

          A travel blog entry by katnuttravel on Oct 17, 2013

          11 photos

          ... but she was wearing a dress and rain coat. Also saw Irish military accompanying armored cars making cash pickups/deliveries -- since the Garda (Irish police) aren't armed they send out the army!! By contrast there are swans swimming in the river which leads out to sea. Tonight we have dinner at Glenlo Abbey, formerly the home of two of the fourteen "Tribes of Galway" where the head of the English Department at the ...

          Cliffs, Ancient Tombs and Windswept Peaks

          A travel blog entry by helenlilley on Sep 18, 2013

          6 photos

          ... the visitors' centre, and its paved, accessible viewing platforms, you eventually come to the end of the fence. They don't make it difficult to get past this point, but there are signs everywhere warning of the danger. From this point its about 1km, uphill, along the cliff ledge. It's pretty cool. You can turn and peak over the edge, and see nothing but the waves pounding at the bottom of a sheer drop. The view from out here was perfect. With nothing between ...

          Exploring the west coast of Ireland.

          A travel blog entry by marjen13 on May 12, 2013

          9 photos

          ... again and I have no compass whatsoever so letting me loose to find our way would be disastrous. I don't feel at all confident driving in the narrow streets, weaving in and out of cars. We were hoping to detour to see the Cliffs Mohr today but the clouds were so heavy and black over that way and the rain so heavy we decided to not worry and just try to fit it in on another day. Galway is not a very colourful city. Most of the buildings are a grey ...

          Wonderful Willie Week Wildness

          A travel blog entry by melepua on Jul 07, 2012

          1 comment

          ... it with little mistakes despite my drowsiness. I don’t get to sing songs like that in these circles usually because only traditional music is accepted, but because I was urged to not pass and to sing something new, I felt okay about my decision.

          When the session finished, I talked to many different lingerers, all interested in what I am here to study, all trying to share their knowledge with me, handing me CDs, asking me questions, giving me ...