The Prince of Wales Hotel

Address: Prince of Wales Church Street, Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Prince of Wales Church Street, Athlone, is near Sean's, Athlone Castle, Viking Tours, and Locke's Distillery Museum.
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          Amenities

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          • Restaurant

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

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          TripAdvisor Reviews The Prince of Wales Hotel Athlone

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Athlone

          Last day ... already!

          A travel blog entry by emeraldembrace on Jul 24, 2015

          7 photos

          ... the oldest bar in Ireland dating back to the 900’s AD. We enjoyed some delicious vegetable soup, sandwiches, and Irish coffees. Sean was excited that it is his bar, so we spent time taking pictures and looking around the bar. We walked around the small town a little bit, and found a knick knacky store to buy some unique Ireland souvenirs.

          We checked into our ...

          "Red" Will Danagher

          A travel blog entry by swdsull on Aug 07, 2013

          5 comments, 31 photos

          ... Michael O'Sullivan of Cork. I expressed surprise at the coincidence that my brother had the same name (or would if our ancestors hadn't "Given in to the soup," as he explained how those who dropped the "O'" did so by giving in to the dictates of the British, who fed them), and he was stoked and impressed at the litany of beautiful Irish names in our family and how we love our heritage, and how I can speak a wee bit o' Gaelic. He taught me a few phrases in the native tongue ...

          The region of Connemara

          A travel blog entry by morganmcdonnell on Jun 27, 2013

          5 comments, 58 photos

          ... faire economy in which the flow of trade was not interrupted by starvation. Farmland is pictured below. In peat bogs near the coast, there exists a lack of oxygen that makes for a curiously preservative environment. We continue to drive through the bogland of Connemara, where the bog is 60% moisture. Our destination is the Killary Harbor in Leenane for a catamaran cruise through the 9-mile fjord. A quick stop at Kylemore ...

          The little happiness of the life

          A travel blog entry by ju.tremblay on Mar 24, 2013

          3 comments, 3 photos

          ... happiness of the life that make the greatest moment! That's why I'm open to all new experiences that will come in the coming weeks.


          In the next days, I've planned to borrow a bike and to leave for adventure to discover the small country roads that surrounding my Irish house. I will take my camera with me and I will let me surprised by the beauty of nature!

          See you!

          xxx





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          Day Four – Castles and Tombs

          A travel blog entry by meckley on Oct 14, 2012

          14 photos

          ... into the long hallway to get to the chamber at the back. The tour guide explained how the sun would shine into the chamber for a few days around the shortest day of the year. There is a lottery to get tickets to be in there during the sun rise. However, you are not guaranteed that the weather would cooperate. Since we were not going to get that chance, it was simulated with a 100 watt light bulb. I was scared that ...