Ross Lake House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ross Lake House Hotel Oughterard
Travel Blogs from Oughterard
... we were staying just across the road from the Auburn Lodge B&B where Mum and Dad stayed, so Ron and I knocked on the door the next day and introduced ourselves to Olive. We were invited in for coffee and Olive gave us lots of good information about where to go for music. Apart from drinking in small Irish pubs and listening to the music we really didn't do too much in Cork. But the free Irish music in the many pubs nearby was well worth the stay. Out favourite place ...
... the faint hearted but well worth the effort! The island is covered with fields and fences -- you cannot go anywhere so far without stone fences. It's also interesting that many people have ancient ruins in their back yards and leave them there. The ferry ride back was much smoother as the weather had calmed down. Still, being damp and cold led several of us to stay at the hotel for dinner tonight. Early day tomorrow as we load up for Sligo and ...
... to reflect through its beauty the transcendence of God. This is from the welcome brochure. The crypt underneath was pretty spooky with elaborate tombs lining the walls as well as displays of pure gold chalice sets and prayer books from /centuries ago. The cathedral has been on that site for over a thousand years in some form /or other. ran was coming down again so we set off for the hotel. It got darker, the rain heavier and then suddenly it was sleeting. Ice running ...
... school students (more on this later). Jess and I have been hosteling it quite a bit in Ireland. Maybe it's just the time of year, but we've been having trouble getting any couch surf hosts. So we have been staying more at hostels. Hostels are great for meeting a lot of fellow travelers from all over the World. This is what we really enjoy about the people we meet. Jess always checks the ratings of the hostels before she books it, so ...
... as though this was their last night on planet earth. The band at the King's Head pub is ripping through great covers of Irish bands, and it got me thinking how talented the Irish are when it comes to music. You only need compare Ireland and Scotland, both with a common Gaelic music heritage, and similar populations, but whilst Ireland has brought the world the likes of U2 and Van Morrison, Scotland has given us The Proclaimers and Bay City ...