The Burren Castle Hotel

Address: Bog Road, Lisdoonvarna, County Clare, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bog Road, Lisdoonvarna, is near Doolin Ferry Co., Cliffs and Aran Cruises, Doolin Cave, and Mountain View.
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Travel Blogs from Lisdoonvarna

Sliping Through the Cracks

A travel blog entry by bananasplits on Jun 09, 2013

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... the western coast, we happened across Ballyvaghn. They were having a local art festival. We stopped and looked around and saw a lot of the local artists. While in one of the shops, we found the exact pattern of china that we had seen in one of the castles. We got a small bowl as a reminder our time in Ireland (on top of all of the wonderful memories). Ballyvaghn was a quaint little town that was worth the stop.

One of our main stops while on our tour ...

Cliffs of Moher and Chinese Food in a Small Town

A travel blog entry by maura.gill on May 26, 2013

... in a downpour, to The Ritz, because we could hear music from outside. Turns out it was a one man show, basically singing Elvis and other oldies over the CD. Sometimes he played guitar, but it was basically karaoke with only one person singing. A group of older men eyed the obvious strangers at the bar, and one came to say hello, but we generally just observed the pub crowd, which was light for the night. We ordered our first Guinness of the trip and toasted our ...

A whirlwind west coast weekend.

A travel blog entry by luckylindey on Sep 24, 2012

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... t have very much--except of course for Moneygall, where President Obama has ancestral ties and was served a pint of Guinness last year. We visited Moneygall, and I'm not sure I've ever seen such a patriotic city (and I mean American patriotism). Pictures of President Obama everywhere, stores named after him, and a historic site where his great great grandfather (I may have the lineage confused slightly) lived in the late 1800s/early 1900s. ...

Low lie the Fields of Athenry

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on May 21, 2012

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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, ...

Gerald, Alan and Steves Big Day

A travel blog entry by jadeandpaz on Aug 11, 2011


... talkie, I've been left wondering all day if the person on the other end of that walkie talkie was the man at the carhire desk. We are greeted by a silver Nissan Micra...not our first choice but it actually drives really well and is quite nippy! We have named him Gerald. The reason being because although it's a boy car, he's a little efeminate so although he's Gerald at the moment, come the weekend he'll ...