Ross Lake House Hotel

Address: Rosscahill, Oughterard, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Rosscahill, Oughterard.
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      A day in Galway

      A travel blog entry by jenchuck76 on Aug 01, 2014

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      ... So in about 4 minutes flat, we had all four hubcaps back on complete with cable ties to secure them a bit more (which is common practice here as hubcaps like to jump off in general in Ireland). And the best part? All he wanted was a "fiver". FABULOUS. We then took the car back to the B&B and set out on foot. Our intention was so do some sight seeing. And we did see the old part of the university, the Galway cathedral (which although only from 1965, is still a ...

      Day 7 and off to Limerick via The Cliffs of Mohor

      A travel blog entry by bru48cas on May 17, 2014

      6 photos

      ... Nice home though and very welcoming. Into town for a walk around before dinner and found it to be really disappointing. No old world charm about it at all and a bit run down. We made our way to Doolins, a recommendation for music and dinner only to find that it more looked like a blood house and the music wouldn't start until around 10pm. The final 20 minutes or so of the FA cup was showing and this gave us time for a drink. Carol is now ...

      The Burren

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... are wonderful.

      The limestone pavement of the Burren is a really fascinating landscape. The pavement is made up of “clints” (flat slabs) and “grikes” (deep clefts). In the grikes, sheltered from the prevailing winds, grow all manner of wild flowers which would not normally be found this far north and in such bleak windswept countryside. At this time of year we saw ...

      Living P.S. I Love You

      A travel blog entry by amandajoy09 on Oct 20, 2012

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... in Ireland. The skies were brilliant blue with white, fluffy clouds and the sun shone cheerfully. I'll post pictures, but know that they only capture about 1/4 of it!

      We saw everything on our tour. My Irish obsession is the stone fences. People fashion them out of stone and don't use any sort of adhesive and guess what? THEY STAY. The temperamental weather can't even touch them; the wind blows right through. Although, our tour guide did say that cows and ...

      21st Birthday: An Irish Celebration

      A travel blog entry by floripaman on May 31, 2012

      14 photos

      ... contacting him, and poor scheduling, I casually ran into my brother on the street.

      Lead by our fearless, dreadlocked leader (who we speculated could be a leprachaun due to his ability to spontaneously disappear and reappear throughout the night), about thirty international kids trounced around Dublin. The night was filled with traditional Irish music, laughter, and great company. I feel that I couldn't have completed a more fitting ...