Peacockes Hotel

Maam Cross Village, Maam Cross, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Maam Cross Village, Maam Cross, is near Galway Cathedral, Corrib Princess, Glengowla Mines, and National University of Ireland-Galway (UCG).
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    Travel Blogs from Maam Cross

    I Don't Want to See Another Bike After This!

    A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Sep 13, 2014

    26 photos

    ... the rocks were kind of slick, but once we got up there the view was breathtaking! The fort ruins were from Dun Aonghasa. It was 2500 years old!

    Then back down we went, and we had to be back in town by 4:30 to get on the last ferry of the day. Some of us headed back along the coast trail again, others took the other trails they had. On the island, they sell Aran sweaters. They are homemade sweaters that ...

    Wandering minstrels

    A travel blog entry by watties42 on Jul 14, 2014

    ... You didn't get to see much inside of the Abby... It still is an operating abbey of the Benedictine nuns. But there was a lovely cathedral and fantastic walled garden. Apparently some rich guy built it all for his wife, but she died quite young and in the end the nuns bought it. Spent quite a few hours there and then headed for Westport, yet another lovely little village with heaps of pubs and nice shops. You could ...

    Ireland - Day 7

    A travel blog entry by katnuttravel on Oct 18, 2013

    7 photos

    ... climbed all the way up to the fort -- amazing to think how old and well preserved the site is in spite of the wind (I had to brace myself against a wall just to take pictures) and weather. The fort consisted of three nested walls and a large central plain. Inis Mor's landscape and geological features are much like the Burren, of which it was a part before the forces of plate tectonics tore the islands apart -- huge limestone fields. The climb up was ...

    Galivanting in galway

    A travel blog entry by brae88 on May 16, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    So I have figured out that I absolutely suck at putting on an irish accent. I'll admit defeat before I continue mocking and offending half of the population. Galway is a big uni city and the surrounding country side has some of the most contrasting landscapes I have ever seen. A friend from home introduced me to a paramedic in Galway, whom kindly showed me around the city. Together, with his gorgeous family drove me around ...

    6 months in Galway, the vibrant city of the West

    A travel blog entry by willou on Jan 16, 2012

    52 photos

    ... to see around Galway. I have been for some rides close to Kinvarra on the south of the Bay (there is a nice castle on the bay) or in Barna (west of Galway). If you have the car, you can also go in County Clare in the south, there is the impressive Cliffs of Moher, and if you want to see the Connemara, you just have to drive little more than one hour north from Galway to be at Clifden, the heart of Connemara. In Galway city, you can visit Saint Nicolas church (close to ...