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

The day I almost fell off a 700 ft cliff...

A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Oct 17, 2014

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... coach tour to the Cliffs of Moher, which are south of Galway. We stopped at a castle, the ruins of an old Abbey, and a 5,000 year old tomb in addition to the cliffs, and it was definitely €20 well spent! The cliffs are breathtaking (literally, because it's so windy), and really intimidating. They're over 700 feet high, and you can walk along the very edge of them, which is terrifying. The ...

Going to Galway

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Sep 29, 2014

3 comments, 2 photos

... reminds us also of how much we miss them. We will drink to each of them. The red wine drinking recovered one wants to stay here and is not overly worried about food to slow the alcohol. She said we will have to leave to eat as a good breakfast eleven hours ago is not a good start to a night of grand craic. Apparently, Guinness is not food even though I thought it was. The live music will have to take a priority over watching the ...

Dogs & Bogs

A travel blog entry by donnaleibham on Aug 05, 2014

4 photos

... and used for fuel in days gone by- sort of a mini Heritage park. They featured Irish Wolfhounds, which I have loved forever and would love to have one - took a picture of 2 of them, who literally did not move or even bat an eye when people came around. Other than that, we just hung out, relaxed and recovered from our long drive from Moy House and enjoyed the hospitality. We are off to Dublin and will follow up with another post from Dublin.


Day 6 Day tripping from Galway

A travel blog entry by bru48cas on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Today was a day for exploring the Irish countryside north and west of Galway. The area known as Connemara and Cong. Our hosts are very hospitable and serve up a really nice breakfast and lots of tips to get the most out of the day. Eddie is very informative with that irish sense of humour and his wife Helen, whilst being more conservative does help out with the recipe for some Irish bread. About 9am we hit the trail ...

The Burren

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on May 19, 2013

28 photos

... in one of the portal stones and was re-assembled, so it is not all genuine. The 12ft capstone is the original, and during excavations they found the remains of nearly 30 people buried there 4,000 years ago. The body of a newborn baby buried in 1700BC was also found, indicating that the site was of significance for several thousand years. The dolmen stands proudly on a large stretch of limestone pavement full ...