Percy French Hotel

Address: Percy French Hotel Bridge Street, Strokestown, County Roscommon, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Percy French Hotel Bridge Street, Strokestown.
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          A travel blog entry by grbecker on Sep 16, 2015

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          ... without warning are one lane dodge 'em kind of roads going about 35-45 mph and slamming on the brakes. There are stone walls so no shoulder, etc. Also sometimes vehicles are just "parked" in the road or half on the road...half on a sidewalk. They also don't believe in having too many signs to let you know what road you're on. It is truly something you can't understand unless you're doing it. Anyway, close to 4 hrs later, we got to see the cliffs. ...

          3, 2, 1... JUMP!

          A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Mar 29, 2015

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          ... so hard to explain, but yes it sounds as hard and crazy as it was. There were two ropes on either side and you had to lean back and pull yourself up this waterfall as water was rushing down. So many people wiped out, luckily they had the helmets on. When I went he said it looks like I have done it before, and I responded that I always climb up waterfalls in my free time.... Anyways some parts had big pools of water that got so deep that you had to swim across. One of our friends ...

          The (Irish) Green Land

          A travel blog entry by bozenamyslinska on Aug 26, 2014

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          ... two hours later when I managed to come across some people. At that point I was hungry and very very tired! My shoes were hurting my feet, and frankly I just wanted to cry. And then I saw it. The sign for the Ailwee Caves and cheese shop. I was so happy....they had cheese there, it meant that I wasn't hungry for much longer! And if you ever have a chance to visit you have to try the piri piri cheese, so creamy tasting! It was like ...

          Dogs & Bogs

          A travel blog entry by donnaleibham on Aug 05, 2014

          4 photos

          ... and used for fuel in days gone by- sort of a mini Heritage park. They featured Irish Wolfhounds, which I have loved forever and would love to have one - took a picture of 2 of them, who literally did not move or even bat an eye when people came around. Other than that, we just hung out, relaxed and recovered from our long drive from Moy House and enjoyed the hospitality. We are off to Dublin and will follow up with another post from Dublin.



          A travel blog entry by sallycurrie on Feb 24, 2014

          43 photos

          ... to Elisabet!), Spain, Switzerland, France (again and again it calls me back), Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovenia, Croatia (shout out to Matea!), Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland (shout out to Canadian Kate!), Germany and Austria (stay tuned for a Currie adventure blog). My country count is getting high and I was proud to trump a little British upstart on a free walking tour in Bratislava who thought he'd visited more places. Ha!

          I've been so lucky to catch ...