Sheedy's Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheedy's Country House Hotel Lisdoonvarna
She was extremely helpful! Great accommodations for our first night
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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 ...
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... and black flags that quickly went up during the day that Galwegians take rugby pretty seriously. Unfortunately the home team was not victorious, but I assume it was still a rowdy night out for those who, unlike us, stay out past 8 PM. Today we are off to our final destination, Doolin, where we will spend one night before heading to the Shannon Airport. With its majestic cliffs and small town charm, we will likely end on a high ...
... with the swimmers.
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... 8221; Ashley asked the sales clerk.
“There.” She said pointing to the shelf. We made the purchase and went to a pub across the street.
“So we aren’t biking back.” I said, more as a statement than a question.
“Of course.” Ashley said.
“Excuse me,” I said to the bartender. “Would you be able to call us a cab big enough that we could throw our bikes in the back? ...