Smyths Country Lodge Hotel

Feakle, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Feakle

The Emerald Isle - Ireland

A travel blog entry by mortlipp

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... of Moher - great walks around the area and spectacular views both ways along the cliffs. Tuesday was the day for touring the Dingle Peninsula, and I think it was probably the most perfect day in Ireland that you could experience, with not a cloud in the pale blue sky and warm sunshine all day. The dingle is green, green, green, on its cliffs and hills down to the sea. Connor's Pass is a spectacular but narrow passage with the most glorious views either side. We stopped ...

Galway (Ireland Day 2)

A travel blog entry by cdesnoyers

... and they were being so inappropriate so we told them off. On the last train we took, we were exhausted, and because of that we ended up being surrounded by crying babies an. Noisy kids....not a good time. We checked in to our Sleepzone Hostel, which is quite nice and are getting ready for bed! Tomorrow there will be more to ...

Day 8: Galway and Aran Islands

A travel blog entry by travelbutton

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... then caught the ferry and bus back Decided fishnchips was worth the repeat so headed back for some more and then went a walk along the canals. Was a proper Irish day today - cold and rainy. The bus driver thought that might be winter setting in, but hopefully he meant only for the ...

Galway Bay

A travel blog entry by stuftag

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Another beautiful day in Ireland with the sun rising at 8.30
We have been impressed with irish humour and friendliness. Every one we get into a conversation with has a friend or relative in Australia or has one going to Australia. Today we met a lady who is going to work in Gin Gin in a couple of weeks. We had a lovely meal at her Cafe in Oughterard. I bought Lyn a Claddagh ring which is a traditional Irish ring representing ...

Dublin Up on Ireland

A travel blog entry by dgsutherland

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... if you do this and don't think about anything else your wish will come true within a year - unfortunately I thought about where the top/end of the stairs were). On the bus back to Cork we were treated to a group of spanish students playing guitar and singing. They covered songs such as "Tengo una camisa negra" and "la cucaracha". That night I made delicious wraps for us 3 (after tasting, Gemma admitted she had been a bit worried after seeing my omlette fiasco from ...

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This hotel, located in Feakle, is near Dun An Oir.
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