The Burren Coast Hotel & Holiday Complex

Address: Coast Road, Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Coast Road, Ballyvaughan.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Burren Coast Hotel & Holiday Complex Ballyvaughan

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Travel Blogs from Ballyvaughan

Dingle peninsula and onto Ballyvaughan

A travel blog entry by knotts on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... a picture, so Julie took a photo of him to keep him happy. Headed off then to Ballyvaughan going through Tralee, Limerick and Ennis. The "Burren" is an amazing landscape, lovely green valleys and bare limestone hills. Quite a contrast. Arrived at our B&B and then headed to the main pub to have a Guinness or two and dinner, which was excellent. Went for a stroll after dinner and another little bar was just opening up (at 8pm) so we dropped in and had ...

Majestic Cliffs...don't mind the tourists

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... carve a bow and arrow. The gentleman there was very knowledgeable about Irish warrior history as well. You can even shoot a bow and arrow at a target! No, we didn't, we just watched. Next on the itinerary was the Bird of Prey center. Here they have several birds of prey on exhibit and do a show with 3 or 4 of them. They do a very good job of teaching you about the different birds and what they are capable of. This is a very informative show. The weather has held out just nicely and ...

A whirlwind west coast weekend.

A travel blog entry by luckylindey on Sep 24, 2012

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... just about 9 miles from Galway's coast). Those three islands are: Inis Mor, Innis Oirr, and Inis Meainn. Inis Mor was where our ferry ride brought us...and as we arrived we increased their population by about 20%. There are only 800 people that live on the island, and the tourism industry is a major part of their economy. It was a bizarre place...not only because the population is so small but because there are no trees and the land ...

Low lie the Fields of Athenry

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 21, 2012

14 photos

Right so what I missed out of yesterday was the tale of good old Fionn mac Cumhaill, or anglicised as Finn McCool. A giant who fought, *****d and had women fight his battles for him. We found his resting place, and by resting place I mean sleep and by giant, I mean and actual giant, 200 meters tall. Currently he sleeps just off the west coast of Ireland with the three beautiful daughters of the sea god who won his battle for him. You can see him just out from the coast, ...

Just keep swimming

A travel blog entry by kambria13 on Jul 09, 2011

1 comment

... party, and I'm pretty sure the man to be married was flirting with me!! I met this really cute couple from county Clare. The wife decided she was going to teach me to dance "Irish Style" so she grabbed my hand, handed her husband both our drinks and handed her friend both our bags and she flung us out into the middle of the dance floor! no one else was dancing at the time, so everyone just watched us! it was amazingly fun! Soon enough ...