St. Clerans Manor House

Address: Craughwell, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in Craughwell, is near Dunguaire Castle's Medieval Banquet.
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Travel Blogs from Craughwell

Galway

A travel blog entry by judysadventures on Jul 20, 2015

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We made it!!! Our flight from Chicago made it to Shannon airport and are we happy to put our feet down on this soil. We were picked by John at the airport and transported to Galway where the tour group waited for us to start the city walking tour. We walked around getting acquainted with the city, bussed to the Connemarre marble factory, and back to St.. Nicholas church. All were left downtown then to have lunch and become more acquainted with the city. The bus came back at four ...

Strandhill / Galway / Lisdoonvarna / Killarney

A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell on May 11, 2015

... of Moher. It was a beautiful bus ride through the Burren and I was sad not to be able to stop every 10 minutes to admire it all further. While in Lisdoonvarna I saw the Cliffs of Moher which was better than expected. I wasn't sure how a bunch of cliffs could make such a tourist attraction, but it turns out they were nice cliffs. I met a couple of Americans who had fit visiting the cliffs into their tight itinerary in the most ridiculous way. They essentially flew ...

Cliffs of Moher & Burren Tour.

A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 22, 2014

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... a very unusual prolonged period of snow). Since grass will grow once the temperature rises above 6°C, this means that the Burren (like the neighbouring Aran Islands) has one of the longest growing seasons in Ireland or Britain, and supports diverse and rich plant growth. Late May is the sunniest time,and also likely the best time to view flowers, with the gentians and avens peaking (but orchid species blooming later. Roads in the burren are and always will be narrow, ...

Kenmare to Doolin

A travel blog entry by foley1617 on Jun 17, 2014

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... But the views were absolutely worth it. This island sits across from the Cliffs and offered spectacular views from the top of the island at the site of O'Brien's Castle ruins. Just down from O'Brien's Castle were the ruins of St. Cavan's Church and Cemetary. St. Cavan was the brother of St. Kevin whose chapel we visited in Glendalough on Saturday. Surrounding the ruins of St. Cavan's was a time-forgotten cemetery, but yet, as with Cashel, we ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by nconnormoore on May 11, 2013

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... it- didn't know sheep could run so fast! The drive was stunning, and we got out a few times. We next stopped at Connemara National Park. We walked the shorter loop that had very limited views- at the end we wished we had done the longer path. There are a few options of paths, with the option to take a two and a half hour walk to the top of the mountain. There was a cafe (we didn't eat there) and nice picnic facilities inside and out. They also had a mare and foal in ...