Halpins Townhouse Hotel

Address: 2 Erin Street, Kilkee, County Clare, Ireland | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 2 Erin Street, Kilkee, is near Slea Head Drive, Leacanabuaile Fort, Kilkee Waterworld, and Daniel O'Connell's Birth Place.
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Travel Blogs from Kilkee

The Aran Islands

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Sep 22, 2014

2 comments, 65 photos

... to their roots! The island truly is a rock pile. I read that every speck of dirt and dust is/was brought in by the wind or some other Mother Nature source. No dirt is native! Some one said that the English didn't want the islands because there wasn't enough wood to hang an Irishman and not enough dirt to bury him! So, what's the fun of being there?!

On our return boat ...

Copenhagen to Kilkee via Dublin

A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Aug 25, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... beautiful green countryside seen for miles. Kilkee (Cill Chaoi in Gaelic) is a holiday village and home to Jean's sister and nieces during the school holidays which are on now. Kilkee is a lovely little town and I recommend you visit it on GoogleEarth. Built around a horseshoe shaped bay and protected from the wild North Atlantic, this village suffered greatly on February 15th this year when ...

Ghostly Connemara

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 17, 2014

18 photos

... It's a stark reminder of the devastation and cruelty of this land and those who ruled it with iron fists.

We stop at the National Famine Memorial, a sculpture of a coffin ship, so named as they would carry the desperate and starving to a new world. The ships were barely seaworthy and only took the famine survivors because it could no longer carry "profitable" cargo. Most of these meager souls didn't survive the journey perishing from the close and cramped quarters where ...

Doolin to Aran Islands

A travel blog entry by paigeazmt on May 18, 2014

12 photos

... crashing, it’s amazing.

I sat by the water for a while and watched the tide come in, and I’m about to grab some super fresh fish for dinner. I love this place, I don’t want to leave tomorrow, but I do want to make my way to Donegal and I know I’ll be back. The lesson here is: the Irish countryside is where its at! I am so incredibly grateful to be on this tiny island pedaling my Irish heart out! ...


A travel blog entry by merrypalmer on Aug 29, 2013

12 photos

... hard to find places in such a busy season. Dinner that night wasn't too far away, just a few mins down the road to a little place where we had delightful pasta dishes. Noah of course had the obvious meatball tomato pasta, while josh and Gary had a seafood pasta made with freshly caught local scallops. A good meal and a good drink is always appreciated at the end of long days. Sleep time before our journey to Arran tomorrow. Cheers! ...