Peacockes Hotel

Address: Maam Cross, Maam Cross, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Maam Cross, Maam Cross, is near Galway Cathedral, Corrib Princess, Glengowla Mines, and National University of Ireland-Galway (UCG).
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      Inis Mor

      A travel blog entry by twerp53 on Oct 07, 2014

      12 photos

      ... Every cottage is enclosed by them and their cattle, sheep, and horses are all kept in these stone boundaries. All very beautiful. We returned to our hotel in Galway where we spent a final evening with our travel mates and good friends having drinks and dinner together as tomorrow afternoon marks the end of the tour for us. We will all tour the Connemara region tomorrow before heading off in separate ...

      Ireland - Dublin, Cork and Galway

      A travel blog entry by cartney on Aug 03, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... we headed back to the hotel, went out for a quick drink and went to bed. We decided Cork wasn't too exciting but we were glad we saw the castle and cobh so it was really just somewhere to stop! This morning we drove from Cork to Limerick, which appeared to be closed (the whole city) so we went to the supermarket for breakfast and quickly moved on! We drove to the Cliffs of Moher and went for a wander (sadly I didn't see any puffins) before ...


      A travel blog entry by saraann on May 21, 2014

      6 photos

      ... looked like a postcard, with cows grazing on the green hills, penned in by small stone walls and the gorgeous clouds (I've never been so enamored with clouds before!). The ring itself was enchanting, with trees surrounding it that were so tall, it made the ledge looks deceptively small (see pic). Trust me, I was worried about slipping and falling. It's hard to tell, but the ring is actually made of stone that is covered in grass. Apparently ...

      Day 9: Doing Nothing At All and Also Quite a Lot

      A travel blog entry by lari on Jun 15, 2013

      ... saw the whole group. Even as I am typing this I can't believe what horrible stuff my mind comes up with! But when I'm in the moment, I can't do much to prevent it :(

      Anyway, it turned out to be no problem at all, thank god! We first went to a pub called 'The Crane Bar' and talked for a bit. Mary, the french girl, currently works in Dublin as part of an au-pair exchange. The two australians - Damien and Graham - are farmers in Australia and currently on a ...

      To Doolin!

      A travel blog entry by schwinks on Sep 13, 2012

      3 photos

      ... ogham stone, a sundial and some early stone crosses can be found in the yard. Interestingly the ground surrounding the church are filled with funerary plots both ancient and from the past decade. It is strange to see them crowded right next to each other. The church itself had some interesting artistic details and was much bigger than the Gallus Oratory. Although it was missing a roof. After the Dongle peninsula was good and photographed ...