Mamean Valley Bed & Breakfast

Philomena Lydon, Maam Cross, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Philomena Lydon, Maam Cross.
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    Travel Blogs from Maam Cross

    CONG/INIS MOR, ARAN ISLANDS.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 18, 2014

    24 photos

    ... thru the maze (that's what it's like, a maze of narrow stone walled lanes) to another pub for a drink and to hear the music, only to find he music wouldn't be starting til 10pm! Breakfast here is from 9 - 11am!!! The young man on reception isn't from here and said when he first arrived he found it so frustrating tring to get things done, but the realised that a casual effortless pace has the same results as running around like a headless ...

    Clifden

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    Our day started at 6am to prepare to head to Clifden, Galway. We had a four hour drive ahead of us. Noel's brother got us a car, Ford Focus. The scenery as we got closer to Clifden is exactly like picture books we have seen. Beautiful mountains, lakes and leafy roads that are very narrow in parts. Clifden is a town on the west coast of County Galway Ireland and being Connemara's largest town, it is often referred to as "the Capital of Connemara". It is located on the Owenglen ...

    Ireland - Day 7

    A travel blog entry by katnuttravel on Oct 18, 2013

    7 photos

    ... only one seal out -- perhaps the others were wise about the weather) and an area called Seven Churches, which was really only two churches and associated monastic buildings -- one church built in the 8th century and the other in the 15th - both destroyed by Cromwell who hated the Irish (and the feeling is mutual). Then on to the biggest attraction Dun Aonghasa -- a semi-circular Celtic fort built around 2000 b.c. high on the cliffs above the ocean. ...

    Galway, Ireland

    A travel blog entry by justina.patch on May 19, 2013

    32 photos

    ... seats 8 people maximum. I was a bit nervous about this aspect because sometimes planes are not my favorite but it was actually not too bad. After taking the plane over we rented bikes for the day to take to the top of Dun Aonghus where you can lay over the edge of the cliffs. Mark had mentioned that he definitely conquered his fears by looking over the cliffs. After our day at the cliffs we made our way to Westport.
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    6 months in Galway, the vibrant city of the West

    A travel blog entry by willou on Jan 16, 2012

    52 photos

    ... team with some friends at the local stadium, the Sportsground. One of those game was against the rival province, Munster. Even if it is a small stadium there (capacity of 7000), the atmosphere is great. People are sometimes singing and it's like they are 40000 in the stadium as they really give voice.

    Galway is also really enjoyable to live because of the sea. I used to go running on the Claddagh and cycling around the Galway Bay, there is lot of ...