Raheen Woods Hotel

Address: Raheen, Athenry, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Raheen, Athenry, is near Ballyglunin Railway Station and Taibhdhearc Theatre.
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      Travel Blogs from Athenry

      Day 7 and off to Limerick via The Cliffs of Mohor

      A travel blog entry by bru48cas on May 17, 2014

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      ... so it didn't seem like an issue. On the way we stopped at a little cafe Doolin, really only about a dozen houses and yes this little place had WiFi. Get with the game Australia. Everywhere here has free WiFi. That was just an observation, not really relevant otherwise. This drive is not to be missed by future travellers. It was then time for lunch and we ambled into Miltown Malbay, a larger village to find that parking was at a premium and that ...

      The Burren

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... Centre at Kilfenora to get our bearings. Here was a good video presentation showing how the Burren was formed, then realistic displays of the Burren through history. And, of course, a very nice little café with excellent cake. It’s no wonder we put on so much weight while we travel! Next door to the visitor centre were the ruins of the Cathedral of St Fachtna, built on the site of a monastery founded ...

      Galway- Ireland's Cultural Capital

      A travel blog entry by donnartw2012 on Dec 03, 2012

      24 photos

      ... Columbus worshiped here in 1477. While destroying the city, Cromwell stabled his horses inside, allowing them to literally walk over the graves of the people buried here.

    • Spanish Arch/Ancient City Walls- in the 1500’s it was a marketplace for the Spanish and French merchants who arrived on the River Corrib. The town of Claddagh, just across the river, had its own king because Galway was isolated by the walls.
    • Cathedral: This was the ...

    • When I'm in Ireland.... It's a Photo Shoot

      A travel blog entry by tiffanytjohnson on May 26, 2012

      2 comments, 144 photos

      ... br>
      We walked up the castle and took photos. I was a little frustrated, but would not allow anyone or anything to destroy my experience. Jazzi and I took pictures and just tried to have more fun by being silly. The other people that we were with always put distance between us literally and physically so we just adapted to the situation and continued to not worry about them. We all had lunch at a pub on the ...

      Inisheer and Cliffs of Moher

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Jul 26, 2011

      3 comments, 19 photos

      ... ruin. You can’t see the church from the road as it is on top of a hill surrounded by gravestones.

      Then we continued to the castle ruin, riding when we could and pushing our bikes when it got too steep. We had a great view of the whole island from there. Then we went up further to the more recent ruins of a church. Erin wanted to go out to the end of the island again but I didn’t want to, so she went and I rode back ...