Sheedy's Country House Hotel

Address: Main Street, Lisdoonvarna, County Clare, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Main Street, Lisdoonvarna, is near Doolin Ferry Co., Cliffs and Aran Cruises, Doolin Cave, and Mountain View.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSheedy's Country House Hotel Lisdoonvarna

    Reviewed by maura.gill

    Martina

    Reviewed May 24, 2013
    by (4 reviews) Wyoming , United States Flag of United States

    She was extremely helpful! Great accommodations for our first night

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Sheedy's Country House Hotel Lisdoonvarna

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    Travel Blogs from Lisdoonvarna

    Ireland part 2 - All Ireland Adventures with Kevin

    A travel blog entry by sophevans on Jul 20, 2013

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    ... in, circa 16th/17th century). We climbed over a fence covered in 'Trespassers will be persecuted' and 'do not enter' signs, and walked up to the spire for some photos, Kevin giving me a history lesson on the way. We went home and picked up Mary and Eoghan and they took me to a place called Clonmacnoise, on the Shannon River. It used to be a monastery, and the centre of a town with the same name that stretched all the way to where Kevin and Mary live. Now it's a huge ...

    Sliping Through the Cracks

    A travel blog entry by bananasplits on Jun 09, 2013

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    "There isn't tree to hang a man, water to drown a man nor soil to bury a man" - Oliver Cromwell

    The Burren, is one of the weirdest places in the world. Oliver Cromwell's quote is quite fitting. On the surface, there isn't much greenery and even fewer trees. It stood in sharp contrast with the rest of Ireland. The geography and ecology of this region are truly unique. It's name means great rock. The region's rolling hills are covered in a limestone ...

    Ring of Kerry, Cliffs of Moher, Lisdoonvarna

    A travel blog entry by lalbares on May 31, 2013

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    Rugby, Hurling, Kayaking, Gaelic Football...

    A travel blog entry by kwichman on Sep 23, 2012

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    ... beginners session on Saturday. We went to early and were able to get gear. We kayak in the canal which is slightly gross and pretty cold. Luckily, they have wetsuits for us and it was a sunny day. The kayaking was lots of fun except for the fact that I don't fit very well into a kayak. I was pretty uncomfortable by the end of the session. We'll see if I go again. I might go to the sailing practices instead. After the session was over we headed to the ...

    A Bicycle Ride for Two

    A travel blog entry by monnat07 on May 27, 2012

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    ... 8221; Ashley asked the sales clerk.

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    “Of course.” Ashley said.

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