Rosleague Manor Hotel
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Just arrived but lovely Mark Foyle (grandson of owner from 1968) has made us feel ever so comfy in Room #1
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This morning after breakfast with Jost and Margo, we packed our bags and made the harrowing trek in the taxi-van back down the hill on the dirt-rock road. The sheep scurried away as we bumped by. Brigid our driver kept us entertained with tales of the island. We arrived at the harbor and boarded the O'Malley's Fast Ferry for our return trip to the …
We were up early and had a nice breakfast at our hotel before heading out to see the Connemara region. It was a little rainy when we set out and the forecast called for rain all morning and likely in the afternoon as well. The clouds made the landscape look really nice, but it didn't photograph well. It's such a different area from the rest of Ireland. It was very rocky and there were little lakes and ponds everywhere. We had a nice drive up ...
This weekend may be our last chance to take a big trip in Ireland. The tourism really dies down in November and doesn't pick up again until March, so places are starting to shut down for the offseason and the days are definitely getting short. We have wanted to see more of County Galway, so we decided to visit it this weekend. It took 4.5 hours to drive here from Kinsale. Luckily we ...
... restaurant (takeaway Chinese) was 30 miles away. Hardly seemed worth the drive so we stopped at the tiny store that sold everything you'd need on the island- bread, whiskey, shovels, glue, scratch tickets, sympathy cards and urns. We made some sandwiches, returned to the local to watch the rugby match and had an early night.
We headed off first thing on Sunday. Past the old cemetery, through the broken land, and back over the tattered bridges.
... rain). The hike gave us our first experience in a bog. It was crazy! The path had been created to make the trail safe and hikeable and was quite heavily used. Either wooden boardwalk planks or gravel packed trails were used. In some areas in ground felt like a sponge when you walked on it. If you jumped, it felt like a drum vibration and you could see the ground wiggling. Their were sheep on the mountainside and lots of huge black slugs ...