Rosleague Manor Hotel
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100 km speed limits on these nutsy small, narrow, no shoulder roads!! cannot believe it - I LOVE to drive fast but even 60 km at times was more than enough on the twists and turns on our drive today. My day to drive today - long driving day but o my goodness the beauty!!! We are blown away with the beauty of the Irish countryside - absolutely …
BEST DAY YET!!!! And so incredibly FULL!!. We knew we wanted lots of walking after a
fairly long sitting in the car day yesterday so off we headed to Connemara
National Park with not high expectations, just knew the scenery looked awesome
so we knew we'd have a great walk. The signs indicated 3 routes, easy, medium and hard. We just plodded along – easy was pleasant,over wooden paths through the bogs and led nicely into the next so on we went, ...
... a Geocache at Enniskillen Castle however it appears the cache had gone missing :(
As we hit the area of Mayo, there were flags with green and red flying everywhere as the final of the All Ireland Football was on the coming weekend and Mayo had made the final.
As we reached Connemara, we drove past a cemetery that was located in a spectacular location with a stunning view.
We drove up to the turn off to Kylemore Abbey we decided to check it out. The place ...
... as there are many options for things to see and do in this part of Mayo. At Ceide Fields we learned about the parts of Mayo which was once connected to the Appalachian Mountains of the United States, and while this physical connection has been broken, it's clear that the cultural and musical traditions between them still remain strong (check out my post on Festivals for more). We were a short drive from a closer view of Downpatrick Head and a coastal drive back towards ...
... with no electricity. Connemara runs along next to Lough (meaning Lake) Corrib. This lake drains into the Corrib River which runs right through downtown Galway. We went up along one side of the lake, traveled further north to Cong, and then down the other side of the lake. There was lots of water and mountains which made it a really nice drive. Also, my body decided it did NOT want to get carsick! Big plus! The Connemara region is also know for the Connemara ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosleague Manor Hotel Letterfrack
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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