The Coach House Hotel

Grattan Street, Ballymote, County Sligo, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ballymote

Surf's Up!

A travel blog entry by bwells

9

... After having our lesson we drive to a beach about 20 minutes away because the local beaches had too big of swells for beginners...although we wouldn't have had a problem with it. With our wet suits on the water was't nearly as cold as I thought it would've been. But, my boots did have holes in them so by the end of the lesson I could barely walk to the van. I am proud to say that I actually caught a few good waves in the hour and a half we were out there. I ...

Donegal to Mayo

A travel blog entry by jenh1211

7

... With the size of the place and the car park it's clear that this get very crowded at times. All the shops are packed religious items, many that even glow in the dark. I had no idea there were so many saints. They tell stories including a saint and laugh at their joke about a particular saint's suitability for a particular person, of course expecting everyone would ...

Tuesday

A travel blog entry by jws123

... he played with me and liked my earrings, but I didn't like that he kept calling me a baby (Daddy says I'm a toddler.) Ann bought me a new toy and some chocolate buttons....they're yummy! Then Mary and John came over. It was so much fun, I didn't want to go to bed. Every time they tried, I cried and cried until they came and got me (that always works.) I finally went to sleep at ...

Day 11 - pottery, poets & spirited Sligo

A travel blog entry by franmart

11

We join a local expert to see Derry's Walls and the Guildhall and the city's Cathedral. Cross the border to see O'Donnells Castle in Donegal. Drive south to visit capital Belleek Pottery centre. Continue to church yard at Drumcliff, the last resting place of Irish poet W B Yeats. Onto Sligo Harbour. Hotel Radissons
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Yeats and Seaweed

A travel blog entry by helenlilley

6

... but was fine once I got used to it. The seaweed also gives the water a silky, kind of oil constancy. Rubbing it on myself felt like being rubbed with the finest bath oils. I left the Bath feeling like I was walking on air, and my skin felt amazing for days afterwards. If I lived there, you'd never get me out of the place.

From the bath was a rather boring drive through to Westport. I got in fairly late, but it was worth it for such an interesting, and totally unplanned, day.
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This hotel, located on Grattan Street, Ballymote, is near Eagles Flying, Ballymote Castle, Rathmulcagh, and Rathdooney Beg.
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