Neisha Bed and Breakfast

Address: 4 Ashgrove Newcastle Road, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 Ashgrove Newcastle Road, Galway, is near Galway Cathedral, Glengowla Mines, National University of Ireland-Galway (UCG), and Leenane Cultural Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Galway

The Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Apr 17, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... natural attraction with its magical vistas is Ireland's most visited attraction. The cliffs rise 702 feet at their highest point and extend for 5 miles over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. We enjoyed the walk on this beautiful 66 degree day. Our next stop was Limerick and King John's Castle. Standing for over 800 years, this castle has witnessed events that have helped shape modern day Ireland. ...


A travel blog entry by fitzy.folk01 on Sep 10, 2014

We left Killarney, and a few short bus hours later we arrived in Galway. We stayed at Barnacles in Galway which is on the main street, very close to restaurants/pubs/shops everything. Galway was really cool, bit more of a young/ modern vibe compared to Dublin. We cooked up a massive dinner with some Australians who were also staying there. Gabby headed to bed early that evening and I went to the pub with some people from the hostel. The pubs and nightlife were awesome ...

Cliffs galore

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 25, 2014

63 photos

... barriers are in in place. A strong cold wind coming straight off the ocean which made it pretty brrrr, you definitely wouldn't want to get too close to the edge! There were buses galore but on the cliffs and paths didn't seem at all packed because they are so spread out, so it was a nice time and glad we got to stop in and see them. You can walk all the way along the cliffs to the next town but time was of the essence so an hour or so later we were back on the road. ...

The County of Connection

A travel blog entry by juliannekatz on May 28, 2013

22 photos

... trips:

Cliffs of Moher- a must-do day trip. We went with the Galway Tour Company (also known as the Dublin Tour Company). Great day with a funny host. The cliffs are incredible, and you get to see some other cool things along the way as well (Dunguaire Castle, Ballyalban Fairy Fort, Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb, etc.)

Aran Islands- don't be fooled! This is not a typical island vacation town. We visited Inishmore, the largest of the three ...

Goodbye to Kerry (The county, not the sister)

A travel blog entry by nannakez on Oct 01, 2012

19 photos

... lads with them on though. It is a shame that it wasnt sunny as the emerald green of the grass looks fantastic when it meets the black cliffs. Good idea to take the car ferry but Limmerick was fun. I see you two are still frequenting the pubs, great cheap meals.Wendy

Wonderful photos have travelled every km of the way with you.M

Sitting in 33 degrees Dubai airport and your pics have cooled me down! Looks awesome but too cold for me. ...

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