Roundstone House Hotel

Address: Roundstone Village, Roundstone, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Roundstone Village, Roundstone, is near Roundstone Music & Crafts.
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      Our First Day on the Left

      A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Sep 18, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... how to shift gears in a standard transmission car. Along with extra insurance costs, renting an automatic doubles the cost of the rental car. Sooooo -- after having not owned a "shifter" for 30 years, and having not driven a "shifter" in about 8 years, I not only had to remember to push in the clutch, I had to shift with my left hand. Who in hell designs a car where the driver has to shift with her non-dominate hand? ...


      A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 18, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... it flows into Clifden Bay. The town was founded at the start of the 19th century by John D'Arcy (1785–1839). Erin in 1855, Sisters of Mercy from Galway came to Clifden and established St. Joseph's Convent, followed by an orphanage and St. Joseph's Industrial School in 1858. We arrived at Trish and Ray's (Noel's brother) holiday house. Clifden is where Noel and his family have spent holidays all their lives, and we can see why. We went shopping at Aldi for supplies, while ...

      Inishmore by Bike

      A travel blog entry by simonv on Aug 27, 2012

      22 photos

      To Inishmore
      I will not spend too much time on words for my blog today as I think the pictures will speak for themselves. Inishmore is the largest of the three Islands that make up the Aran Islands. The majority of the inhabitants of the islands are Irish native speakers and only speak English to interact with the tourists. It is at the end of the tourist season, so it was not as crowded as I had expected. ...

      Ferry ride to Inismore

      A travel blog entry by usdirish on Aug 25, 2012

      ... Kilmurvey and our BnB. Friendly greeting and nice room. We set off for dun aengus amd got free admission since we were guests at k-house. Dun aengus was beautiful. 87m high cliffs on one side and a walled fort on the other. Built forever ago.

      Then we had a nap and got ready for dinner at joe wattys. We had the option to stay for dinner at Kilmurvey, the dinner the lady was preparing smelled soooo good, well, the garlic did anyway. There was going to be music as ...


      A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Oct 01, 2011

      20 photos

      ... wrong with you! I’m panting what...time...buss... wipe sweat from forehead! It’s now 447 and she’s like it’s at 530! I was like AGHH MARCO! So I had 45 minutes to kill ok Ill go to the shop and buy something to eat when I was walking out of the shop this woman is yelling at me from a ways back I look at her like what?? Is she yelling at me?? im looking around then I realize wait she looks familiar! on tuesday I had run into her at the ...