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TravelPod Member ReviewsLeenane Hotel
Lovely hotel, nice views, excellent breakfast, ensuite, no WIFI in room but downstairs.
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... in the same general area for the day and followed some of the wild atlantic way scenic drive routes. We've done a lot of miles of the wild atlantic way at this point. There were several little peninsulas that we could access by car and a few of them had nice beaches so we had a good time exploring the area all day. We also stopped at the Connemara National Park and started to do a hiking trail, but it started to rain and we weren't ...
... to bed. Our hotel [Connemara Sands] was outstanding. We were able to get one of the holiday homes, so we had a two bedroom townhouse. It was nice to have so much space and I think we were the only people staying in the building so we didn't bother anyone with our noise. I've included a few pictures from this area that we didn't actually take until Saturday morning. The area was gorgeous. ...
... As you do. 4 years later she died tragically at 42. He then built a cathedral in smaller scale in memory to her. The property is now a Benedictine monastery run by Belgium nuns. The gardens are stunning and kept planted true to the 19th century.
Well worth a visit.
Next a 2 1/2 hour drive along even more barren land full of rocks to the Cliffs of Moher. It was only 72 km away. The long and winding road. Full of stones. Even mountains of stones that ...
... the Thatch pub, which had a real thatched roof and Kevin knew all the staff. I had a type of fish called plaice and potatoes in all it's forms (mashed, baked, and fried), and was so full afterwards the thought of tea or dessert made me groan. But there was no time for digestion. Back in the car we jumped, Eoghan took control of the SatNav (because Kevin didn't trust the 'stupid yoke') and after a long detour, we made it to Leap Castle, an old run-down building now owned by a ...
... it had it all. Top that off with our very own rented Ford Fiesta - a chipper little car, even if they did mess up and put the steering wheel and gear shifts on the wrong sides - and in comparison to some of our previous destinations (Morocco, we're looking at you) these small luxuries felt equivalent to being in a quaint townhouse in Nice getting ready to entertain some fashionable socialites from Paris who were just ironic enough about their elitism to make it ...