Westport Country Lodge Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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When Karsten opened the curtains this morning I was blinded by the sunlight. But we are in Ireland. Enjoy it while you can. Our first adventure and I mean adventure was our hiking tour in the Connemera National Park. We started off in a national park with no admission Costa whatsoever. Astounding what you can do for free. We went into the visitors center and picked up some tips and a map. We then set up to take the long route up the Diamond Hill. ...
... couple of days with them while they are supervising the addition of guest accommodation on their block of land. What the photos don't show is their uninterrupted Atlantic Ocean views.
While there we visited Ceide Fields, which is the oldest Neolithic site in ...
... here. We have a sitting room in our room, downstairs a bar and more sitting rooms. This is my idea of a vacation. We unloaded our luggage and left for Kylemore Abbey. Hard to believe that people actually lived there. Now it is owned by Benedict Nuns. Not much open to the public though, so I was a bit disappointed. The gardens are beautiful. Wish I had a gardner. So we're off to the bar. More on Connemara ...
Up and out at 8:45 after a full breakfast. I have got to stop eating. I know I have put on tons of weight. All we seem to do is eat and drink...... A little wine, Guinness and of course water. We went to the little charming town of Cong on the way to Westport. Our stop was to visit the Ashford Castle, the summer home of the Guinness family. It is now a hotel complete with 18 hole golf course. All I can say is ...
... a vet student and loved it so much she decided to stay. That was 8 years ago and she is a master at her craft. She introduced us to all the birds in the place- an owl, Harris hawks and only one falcon. She taught us so much about raptors in so little time,then took us out on the land and let us try our hand at feeding a young Harris hawk who she was teaching to hunt. One of us would put on a heavy leather glove, the trainer would let the ...