Lantern House

Address: Ogonnelloe, Killaloe, Clare, Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ogonnelloe, Killaloe, Clare, Killaloe, is near Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden, Roundstone Bay, and Twelve Bens of Connemara.
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Travel Blogs from Killaloe

"Knowing that u will find everything u need"

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on May 03, 2015

235 photos

... and I thought that'd calm me down and yep, I shut my eyes and was out.

so today, oh! ok yeah so friday and saturday Buses all over Ireland were on strike, so I figured I may just cycle to howth since its fairly close and well I cant get a bus into the city, so that was that, and I was catching a CityLink bus at noon to Galway, and Mags was kind enough to give me a lift into city centre, for a hot chocolate and cake at Foam - that hipster restaurant I had been in a few ...

Killaloe & a technicoloured yawn!

A travel blog entry by 111days on Oct 27, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... I vomited. We got back in the car (not knowing why I had just had a laugh at the ground), and I drank a lot of water to help myself feel better. We stopped off again to go to a tea house that looked nice. Once again I vomited - all the water I had just drunk. By then, mum and dad decided it was time to go to a doctor.
After finding the Ballyvaughan Medical Centre, and waiting about 2 hours to get in, we were attended to. Turns out I have tonsil-tummy (a specific ...

Ghostly Connemara

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 17, 2014

18 photos

... dog demonstration and ring fort in favor of the new scenery waiting for us in Connemara. We're in and out of Galway before noon.

Outside Galway we take the small road to County Connemara, the least populated County in Ireland. The road is practically empty, just a few stragglers pass us. We drive along the Connemara coast. The blue green waves crash on the rocky beaches. As we get further and further from Galway we see fewer homes. The landscape morphs into woody hills broken ...


A travel blog entry by saraann on May 21, 2014

6 photos

... looked like a postcard, with cows grazing on the green hills, penned in by small stone walls and the gorgeous clouds (I've never been so enamored with clouds before!). The ring itself was enchanting, with trees surrounding it that were so tall, it made the ledge looks deceptively small (see pic). Trust me, I was worried about slipping and falling. It's hard to tell, but the ring is actually made of stone that is covered in grass. Apparently ...

Happy Anniversary to us!!!

A travel blog entry by lileyfamily on Jul 14, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... the pics!

After the cliffs we took a more scenic route home along the coast. It was breathtaking and well worth the extra time! When we got back close enough to the expressway my mom and aunt took 2 of our 3 cars and all the kids and went back to the house so Jason and I and Bob and Am could go out for an anniversary dinner. It was so nice!!!!

So chatty Amanita met a lady at a craft fair we stopped at on our way home and ...