Maol Reidh Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... building in its day. As the sun was setting at this ruin, I was granted great peace as I soaked in all of the beauty of the this simple, yet amazing place.
Yet another fantastic day in Ireland. I'm going to be so sad to be leaving this country...I'll truly leave a little bit of my heart here.
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... is actually much more to Cong than just movie references. Ashford Castle is a private upmarket hotel now and while the castle itself is for customers only, the 600 acres of forest and walks around it are open to the public. We spent a couple of hours exploring it and found several caves or "priest hole" used during the repression of catholic rites where priest and monks hid during the English raids ...
Well we finally made it to the information centre during waking hours, for which we are very proud, and booked in for a girls bonding session of horse riding later in the afternoon. Then we found a great little Italian café for lunch. I'm not sure if I have already mentioned this but we haven’t really had too many really nice dining experiences thus far, the food on offer is usually fried or burger based. In fact, I don’t think we have been into any ...
Today we headed off to Kylemore Abbey, about an hours drive away. I am starting to get sick of writing it but yet again the scenery was so beautiful. Perhaps this is why all of the Irish people that we meet are so lovely, happy and helpful? I mean they have all of this beauty in their backyard and unlike us they don't have to drive forever to see the countryside as the island is so small, so very lucky. It had been raining most of the morning (ok, so there is always a ...
Really casual day today, headed out late and grabbed some rolls and afternoon tea from the supermarket. Then we found a grassy spot and plonked ourselves down on our towels (makeshift picnic blanket) and relaxed for a few hours. We amused ourselves reading, doing Suduko and kicking the soccer ball around – well I didn't kick the ball around but Lyndon, Lil and Spence did. We were a bit too close to a road to let me loose with the ...