Sweeney's Oughterard House

Address: Oughterard Village, Oughterard, Connemara, County Galway, Western Ireland, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Oughterard Village, Oughterard.
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Travel Blogs from Oughterard

"The World Is Your Oyster"

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 22, 2015

1 comment, 141 photos

... always makes me think of my dad and parents and originally seeing it in the Kendall MIT movie theatre back in the 90s, and john had a tendency of absolutely BLASTING it on the radio whenever I entered t his car htte last few months! Ha , and I just felt a lot and I had a good cry, a lovely cry over my breakfast. And then the next day as I was cycling to clinic I cycled past a little old woman who spoke to me a few weeks ago, and I even ran into her a 2nd time, but ...

Happy Fathers Day

A travel blog entry by fougereg on Jun 15, 2014

4 photos

... around the island with various stops explaining life now and in the pass of the people who inhabit the island. The first major stop was at Dun Aenghus fort (~2000 year old) that sits 300 feet on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, part of the fort has already collapsed into the ocean. It usually takes 30 minutes to climb up to the fort and 20 minutes to climb down. Janice n I took about 20 or less minutes to climb and Dave n I descended in about 7 minutes. At ...

Connemara -another word for BEAUTIFUL!

A travel blog entry by sandraking on Jul 27, 2013

4 comments, 34 photos

... Her we took a close look at the very clever dry stone walls and some derelict stone cottages that Martin said belong to the ‘Famine time’. Of course, I was fascinated by these.

Driving back into Galway we were again met by a huge downpour. Annabell and I had decided to have an early dinner in the city. So, alighting at the Spanish quarter and with water sloshing in our shoes we made a mad dash into a pub! Hey, we needed to ...

Hanging by the Cliffs

A travel blog entry by rjknowltn on Mar 03, 2013

10 photos

... and Man. In addition there are a number of shops also built into the hill. Shale, sandstone and slit form these remarkable cliffs allowing views to the mountains in County Kerry and the Aran Islands. On a clear day you can see the Statue of Liberty, just kidding...... The cliffs are unguarded which put me at great unease but I conquered my fear and wander out amongst the cliffs for a few Kodak moments. Next ...

Being an account of the craziness of Dublin...

A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 12, 2012

2 comments, 28 photos

... not paid enough to be tour guides of any kind, not even virtual ones.  Also in Cashel, but less known than the Rock, is is a rather impressive collection of prehistoric horns, the largest in the world in fact. I know, not quite as cool as having the largest statue of a perogie, but still rather notable. What do prehistoric horns look like? Get pictures of trumpets out of your head and think smaller versions of Alphorns. They didn't seem to get as big as the ones more south, ...

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