Smyths Country Lodge Hotel

Address: Feakle, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Feakle, is near Dun An Oir.
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Travel Blogs from Feakle

P. S. I Love You's Galway Girl

A travel blog entry by mdulfer on Oct 24, 2015

6 comments, 63 photos

... was so rough, we might not have survived either adventure. It was enough to survive the drive to get to the cliffs. We were on a two way road most of the way, and to say it was a narrow road was an understatement. With almost every car that approached us, Paul pulled toward the side of the road (and remember we were on the left hand side of the road in Ireland), and I saw my life flash before me as we jumped ...

Dublin to Galway!

A travel blog entry by jaredohman on Oct 01, 2015

7 photos

... was absolutely extraordinary. The first half of the train ride was mostly grassy stone walls and tunnels, but finally we came out of the last tunnel and the coast and sea opened up with the sun shinning overhead. The community itself was very small, but it was nestled into the Wicklow “Mountains,” giving it very scenic quality. After hiking up to the top of one of the mountains (they’re more like really big hills) we grabbed some lunch and headed back for ...

Day 85: Galway - Killarney

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 30, 2015

19 photos

I slept surprisingly well considering the first night in the hostel in Dublin I slept like ****. We were already packed and ready to go from the night before so we only needed to put our clothes on and head downstairs to the very basic breakfast of toast and jam. Joe picked us up just after 8:30 and promised a jam packed day full of sight seeing, and he didn't disappoint. Today we were cruising down the west coast of Ireland. Our first stop on the trip was to ...

Castles and Monasteries everywhere.

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Sep 30, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... mesmerised and tapping their feet. It builds in volume and tempo until there is an obvious crescendo before the music stops. The bhodran is played wit a small wooden drumstick in the stretched skin with the other hand holding it on the lap and pressing the skin with changing position and intensity so the sound went higher or lower with the music. Guinness and red wine remain the preferred medications at this point but the research continues. The cliffs of Moher and Dingle call us ...

Last Day :(

A travel blog entry by foley1617 on Jun 19, 2014

15 photos

... before how cosmo Galway is...I read that one in four residents were born outside of Ireland. We have also noticed that the tourists are a goodly mix of European and American with an overwhelmingly number of Germans. French come in a distance second, with Americans. We have seen a number of Russians, but not as tourists, as residents. It's a little shocking when you walk into Finnegan's Irish Pub and are greeted with ...