MacNean House & Restaurant
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews MacNean House & Restaurant Blacklion
Travel Blogs from Blacklion
... on this trip in the British Isles and my third in
While we through a few very scenic mountainous areas on the
long route from Derry to Westport in County Mayo, most of the day was through
rural and small town farm country Ireland – lots of rolling terrain, fields
sectioned off by hedgerows, and grazing cattle and sheep, probably the scenery
of much of Ireland’s relatively flat interior.
... Drive out towards Slieve League Cliffs on the wild Atlantic Coast highway and a walk along deserted Fintragh Bay. # Lunch at the Lough Eske Castle nearby. Blake was a star and slept in his car seat in the restaurant while we wined and dined. # Looked after Blake while Sarah and Andrew went to the post wedding function in ...
Saturday was all about Lance and Tina's wedding. After a rainy start the weather lifted and sun was interspersed with cloud. Andrew had groomsman duties to do most of the morning, and Sarah did really well to organise herself and Blake ready for the church at 1.30 pm. Geoff and I enjoyed lots of Blake time. The wedding was beautiful - lots of gorgeous little flower girls, bridesmaids in cerise ...
... way to the top of the island and then back down through Northern Ireland. It was really weird how there is no boarder, no way of knowing that you've hit some kind of weird worm hole and transported to the UK until your being charged pounds for things and your UK phone starts working!
We wanted to get over to the Giant Causeway but the map is extremely deceiving about the time this drive takes. The folks we met in O'Donnell's Bar the ...
... it out.
It turns out we were at a place called the Burren, which is an area that is not just rocky, it appears to be paved! I approached the bus driver and explained that I had stopped mainly because my daughter didn't want to but am also very curious what I was looking at. He explained that this is "exposed eart". Upon further explanation I learned that this is exposed bedrock and it only occurs on two places on "Eart", here and in ...