Lisloughrey Lodge

Address: The Quay, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Quay, County Mayo, is near Duiske Abbey, Callan Golf Club, and Ancient Ireland Tours.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lisloughrey Lodge County Mayo

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from County Mayo

Kilkenny Castle and Cork

A travel blog entry by storiastone on May 03, 2014

... the past 8 hours and would sell it for 225 euros. Very expensive, but I suppose it does require a good deal of labor and time investment after all. We drove to Kilkenny shortly after that, parked in a mall called macdonough junction, and ate at a little restaurant within an alley that served vegetarian pasta. It took us forever to find a damn restaurant that ...


A travel blog entry by jennyandtom on Jul 08, 2013

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... we went up the hill to see St. Mary's Church, which Joseph was a member. The gates were locked, so we wandered up the hill some more to see if there was a front entrance. We found a secret little opening in the wall surrounding the hill, and hoped it might be an entrance to the church. Nope, we were peering into someone's yard! So back down the hill we went. The gate to the church was easy to unlock, so we ventured in. The church was ...

Visit to County Wicklow

A travel blog entry by majs on Sep 23, 2012

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... so we went off to the Wicklow Heather Restaurant, where we had been 5 years ago. They were quite full, but did have a table available for us. The meals were once again excellent and each of us enjoyed them. Liam made a lot of friends, with one couple next door giving him a bag of white chocolate buttons.

From here we drove to Laragh, where we again went to the woollen mill. Grandma and Grandpa bought Liam a "maaa" (a ...

It's a long way...

A travel blog entry by baumyj on Sep 07, 2010

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... the roof was destroyed by lightening it was eventually replaced with stone. The entrance was up 10 feet so the clergy could climb in using a ladder then be safe from attackers The guide did say this assumes that the attackers didn't also have a ladder. The archbishop was also a local lord so the buildings were a fortress as well as a religious dwelling.

We saw the outside of the gothic cathedral. The square holes in the building would have been filled with the wood ...

Road Trip, Part 2

A travel blog entry by irishokie on Jul 22, 2007

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County Mayo! Home of the Quiet Man, Grace O'Malley, St. Patrick, and is where the Great Famine hit the island the hardest. We sat out Sunday with goals of driving through Connemara and County Mayo (it is the county directly north of County Galway). We didn't realize that we would first hit County Mayo, then Connemara, then County Mayo again, and back to County Galway. What a time! Our first stop was the city of Cong, ...

Traveler Photos Lisloughrey Lodge County Mayo

Cong - Bed Room Vista
Galway, Ireland