Stella Maris Country House Hotel

Ballycastle, County Mayo, Western Ireland, Ireland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ballycastle

    A few days in Mayo

    A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Aug 20, 2014

    6 photos

    ... and where archaeologists have uncovered evidence of 5000 year old farmland.

    To add to the range of walks we have enjoyed during this trip, we spent several hours doing a great 15km cliff walk at Belmullet along the headland at Erris Heads, spectacular cliffs and ...


    A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe on Aug 08, 2014


    Pronounced Bal-lin-naw was an interesting stop. Unfortunately Joe will only remember the 40 pound parking ticket.
    There were boxes to obtain paid parking, but not on the block we were on. So we didn't put one on our dash. After we went to one exhibit and had lunch we came back to a ticket. The City offices were just across the ...

    Episode 6

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 08, 2014

    47 photos

    ... Gur area there is supposedly a great number of archaeological sites however, when it comes to visiting them very few are open to the public. Even those that it is possible to see often involve a walk through a muddy field past grazing cattle or sheep. We did see the bases of some early bronze age houses, but all we could see really were some rocks covered in lichen set out in circles or squares, not even anything to photograph really. L enjoys looking at these ...

    Heading south, and shingle beach camping

    A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Aug 01, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... very satisfied with life in general.

    We awoke 4 hours later to gale-force winds tossing the tent to and fro. You see, one disadvantage of camping on a stony beach was the impossibility of putting tent pegs in. The only thing keeping the tent on the ground was the weight of our bodies. The wind did not abate (in fact it didn't stop for 2 days) so the rest of the night was a grim and sleepless wait for morning...

    Belmullet, and a bed!

    A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Jul 31, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... br>
    Pushing on, it began raining hard. A word on that. Our rain gear can best be described as...inadequate. Megs sports a yellow number which is in fact a: child's, disposable poncho, which we got at a 98p store in London. Her's is the more robust! My clear poncho is of unknown provenance, but it has a large rip up ...