St. Clerans Manor House

Address: Craughwell, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in Craughwell, is near Dunguaire Castle's Medieval Banquet.
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Travel Blogs from Craughwell

Galway - Day 2

A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 16, 2014

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... Irish laws. About halfway through the cruise it started to rain so everyone went downstairs to keep dry. We were treated to an Irish Coffee making demonstration by the 2011 Irish Coffee making champion. Yes you read that right folks. There is a championship! AND...oh yes there is more, Ròsín, is the first female champion. She gave us very explicit instructions on how a proper Irish coffee is made and I now know the rest of the world is doing it wrong. ...

Irish west coast

A travel blog entry by anven on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Few days ago, we booked a railroad tour to the cliffs of moher... Aka the bluffs. Due to a less than acceptable wifi in our hostel, we almost missed the email from the tour company saying how our trip was cancelled, but we could go on a more pricey, longer west coast tour instead for same price. Luckily Mike got just enough signal to get the message at 11pm last night. Nonetheless, this morning at 5 am, after freezing cold ...

Ireland Suprise

A travel blog entry by kal4620 on Mar 08, 2014

... Sadly we had to go. Later that night we headed to Croke park to watch U.C.F and Penn State in football. Me and Ella got all dressed up in U.F.C colours. U.F.C won of course. Next up Antananarivo which is in ...

Potatoes, to be sure they're grand

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Aug 16, 2013

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... yes they were indeed cliffs. Pretty good ones too, with the Atlantic Ocean crashing against a rock face up to 200m high, and with ignorant tourists walking outside the walking paths. Naturally we did the same. Also saw the Burren, a weird, rocky hillside which the Irish are particularly proud of, but after a walk around a bloke's farm we are none the wiser as to why. Was cool to see rural Ireland though, and the tourguide was super friendly, showing us ...

Exploring the west coast of Ireland.

A travel blog entry by marjen13 on May 12, 2013

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... grounds of the house are open to the public and there are traditional farms you can view if you want to see how things were done traditionally. Saturday dawned wet, grey and windy again and we have made our way to Galway. It was Market Day in the city and we wandered our way down "Shop Street" and in amongst the stalls before making our way to our B&B. Martin not feeling great so hoping a good nights sleep will restore him. The streets are ...