JJ O'Grady'S

Address: Main Street, Collooney, County Sligo, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Main Street, Collooney, is near Tobernalt Holy Well, Union Wood / Ballygawley Lough, Teeling Monument, and The Green Fort.
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Travel Blogs from Collooney

Donegal & Sligo - Ireland's Quiet Northwest

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 07, 2015

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Often when you’re traveling you have a set amount of time
for travel and need to pick and choose from the long list of places and things
you’d like to see. With 11 days on the road in Ireland because of John’s
schedule, we had to choose among the highlights of Ireland and give some other
very worthwhile sounding places a miss. One of those was County Donegal,
Ireland’s northernmost county ...

Burial Sites and Soaring Cliffs

A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 30, 2015

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... surveillance network. The cliffs were tall; the sea breeze condensed as it was pushed up the sheer rock face, forming thick clouds that spilled over the top of the mountain range. Yes, these cliffs are probably bigger than the cliffs of Moher further south. Both were impressive and well worth the visit. Today's example of Irish logic: an ATM with a sign explaining that it only dispenses €50 notes, to a maximum value of €120. We're still scratching our ...

Fjords and Peat Bogs

A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 29, 2015

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... scenic route intermittently since County Kerry. Our journey today skirted around some imposing, rocky mountains keeping close to the coastline. We turned down a narrow track to explore Dogs Bay, a pristine sandy beach sheltered from the direct battering of the Atlantic Ocean. The beach appeared to be a near-perfect arc stretching for three or four hundred metres, flanked by pastures which were well manicured by local sheep. The air was ...

Cruising the Wild Atlantic Way

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Jul 16, 2015

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When we left Crumlin we headed north to the northern coastline of Northern Ireland where we picked up a scenic route called the Wild Atlantic Way. This road travels along the northern and western coastline of both Northern Ireland and Ireland. Our first stop was at a National Trust site called the Giant's Causeway. It's an amazing rock ...

Doolin to Clifden to Sligo (with lots of stops)

A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Jul 09, 2015

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... kept getting better and better and we actually had some blue sky for our ride. The scenery in the area is absolutely spectacular and it was a nice smooth boat ride . I also had a Galway hooker on the tour. (It's a beer.) At the suggestion of the ticket agent at the boat, ...