Percy French Hotel

Address: Bridge Street, Strokestown, County Roscommon, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Bridge Street, Strokestown.
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    Travel Blogs from Strokestown

    More Craic

    A travel blog entry by katheriner14 on Jul 03, 2015

    9 comments, 26 photos

    ... rival the Cliffs of Moher further up the coast. Jo and I walked for a couple of hours, hardly seeing another soul, just a few cows! Next we made our way towards Galway and the stunning Connemara region. Again we stayed on the Atlantic coast in a little village called Spiddal. Again great local seafood and music at the local pub. That takes us up to today. We drove through Connemara and have ended the day in a little village near Athlone. Absolutely ...

    New Farm!

    A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Oct 17, 2014

    ... 45 minutes from Derry to where our next farm is. We are right on the border of North Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, and so we sense a lot of tension in certain matters, namely religon as you can imagine. We visited the Giants Cuaseway which is not that far from here. We also met a nice Christian couple that have taken us to bible study and taken us out to see Malin Head, the very northernly point in Ireland. It ...

    Shamrocking in the UK

    A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 11, 2014

    19 photos

    ... ladies up
    there they would still refuse. Poor guy must’ve been really, really ugly. After
    the cliffs we head through a different type of Irish landscape. The Burren’s I
    think they are called and it is a large expanse of limestone that covers a
    massive amount of area. It is an odd picture seeing such rocky plateaus in
    amongst such lively greenery. We didn’t stay for long but the sight is quite
    incredible. The next stop is our lunch break in a ...

    Cong & Connemara Marble Factory

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 05, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Wayne and Maureen O'Hara made a movie here "The Quiet Man". It's a pretty little town more like what I expected to see. Oscar Wilde's parents lived nearby. There's an Abbey in ruins from the 1500's. We're in Connemara where the most Gaelic speakers live. Most schools still teach it. Connemara's dry stone walls are called lace walls as you can see through them. The orange flowers on the roadside are called London Pride - lillies and very pretty but hard ...

    Festivus Maximus - Ireland's Festivals

    A travel blog entry by jenny.og on Sep 17, 2012

    ... it's journey) also participated in the festival. Next year I'd love to check out the Roscommon Lamb Festival leading up to Easter!

    May
    For me, May is the start of festival season in Ireland! This year I attended two of my favourite festivals, the Smithwick's Kilkenny Rhythm and Roots Festival and the Cathdral Quarter Arts Festival in Belfast. Both were phenominal outpourings of the talent of the island and there was even a bit of overlap in ...